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7 minutes | Apr 7, 2020
Using AI to help those with learning disabilities and autism
In this episode of AI Buzz, the ways that machine learning will be able to provide extra assistance to those with learning disabilities will be discussed. How the tech can help those with autism spectrum disorder will also be discussed.
8 minutes | Apr 5, 2020
Detecting emotions and combating loneliness with AI voice assistants
In this episode of AI Buzz, natural language processing technology advances will illustrate how problems in customer service can be solved. Elderly loneliness can also be eased by giving elders an entity to talk to and listen to them.
7 minutes | Apr 4, 2020
Predicting earthquakes with machine learning
In this episode of AI Buzz, I will discuss the current methods of earthquake alarms and detection. New methods developed by MIT researchers promise to help us gather a better picture of earthquakes due to machine learning.
8 minutes | Apr 1, 2020
Seeing through obstructions and smart energy monitoring
In this episode of AI Buzz, I will discuss how AI is assisting mapping with being able to see through obstructions and detect types of roads that are present. Additionally, the ability to monitor energy utilities in a smart way will be discussed.
6 minutes | Mar 31, 2020
The Perfect AI Lie Detector
In this episode of AI buzz, the perfect lie detector enabled by artificial intelligence and machine learning methods will be discussed. Ethical questions such as whether or not this should be used will be asked.
8 minutes | Mar 30, 2020
Coronavirus and COVID-19: AI and machine learning helping in the fight
In this episode of AI buzz, the latest research on utilizing machine learning and artifical intelligence in the fight against coronavirus will be discussed. Between image recognition and identifying 3D structures of proteins, machine learning is making a mark in the battle against COVID-19.
7 minutes | Mar 29, 2020
DoD Develops New AI Ethics Rules
In this episode of AI Buzz, the new set of guidelines laid forth by the Department of Defense for new AI development will be discussed.
8 minutes | Feb 29, 2020
AI invents powerful new antibiotic
In this episode of AI Buzz, we discuss how AI is accelerating the drug discovery process. By cutting down on the time needed to find optimal drugs to test in clinical trials, scientists can develop drugs quicker and get them into the hands of patients faster.
16 minutes | Dec 30, 2019
AI Buzz: Intel acquires Habana Labs, China using AI in tax collection, and predicting heart attacks
In this episode of AI Buzz, I discuss the recent Intel acquisition of Habana Labs and what it means for the chipmakers future, how China is using AI to detect tax fraud, and the use of AI to predict heart attacks
23 minutes | Dec 21, 2019
AI Buzz: DataRobot acquires Paxata, Affect Recognition, NeurIPS 2019 Recap
In this episode of AI Buzz, I will discuss the DataRobot acquisition of data cleaning company, Paxata, and how this will impact the future of their flagship products. Affect recognition and the negative effects this could have on our lives if the technology is not carefully vetted before being applied to areas such as job interviewing. An in-depth recap of the 2019 NeurIPS conference will also be presented where nine papers are highlighted and their main findings are explored.
19 minutes | Dec 10, 2019
AI Buzz: AWS ReInvent Recap, Streetlight Data, and Fighting Fraud
In this episode of AI Buzz, I will discuss the latest releases from AWS at the AWS ReInvent Conference, how a new company called Streetlight data is changing how traffic measurements are made, and how machine learning can be used in the fight against fraud.
20 minutes | Dec 7, 2019
AI Buzz: Debating with Watson, AI in psychiatry and AI regulation
In this episode of AI Buzz, I will discuss how the latest project from IBM Watson, Project Debater, can hold its own with human-level debater. Also, the impact that AI will have on the field of psychiatry will be talked about along with how the United States is currently tackling AI regulation.
20 minutes | Nov 27, 2019
Identify other authors in Shakespeare, AI and the job market, and energy requirements
In this episode of AI Buzz, I will discuss how machine learning is helping to identify authorship in old literary works, the future of AI and the labor market, and the extreme energy requirements of artificial intelligence.
12 minutes | Nov 22, 2019
AI converts 2D to 3D, PLUMES, Machine Laziness, and AI in Politics
In this episode of AI Buzz, I discuss how AI can convert 2D images to 3D in the field of fluorescence microscopy, development of the PLUMES technique to explore high value seawater, how machines can be lazy too, and why AI needs to be discussed more in politics.
16 minutes | Nov 21, 2019
The world’s brightest light source, ML Hardware, Deep Brew at Starbucks, and indoor farming
In this episode of AI Buzz, I discuss how machine learning is making the world’s brightest light source more focused, the specialized machine learning hardware market, Starbucks Deep Brewing up data analytics solutions, and how artificial intelligence applied to farming will help optimize crop yields.
18 minutes | Nov 9, 2019
Sidewalk delivery bots, Teachable Machine 2.0, Ginette making Gin, and the Steppingstone Principle
In this episode of AI Buzz, I will discuss Yandex working on developing sidewalk delivery bots for its food delivery service, Google releasing Teachable Machine 2.0, an AI named Ginette making its own gin from A to Z, and the steppingstone principle being a foundational new movement in artificial intelligence.
21 minutes | Nov 8, 2019
Benchmarking ML models, IBM Watson and NFL, BERT, Google and FitBit
In this episode of AI Buzz, I discuss how machine learning models can be benchmarked with MLPerf, how IBM Watson is digesting diverse data sources for fantasy football predictions, BERT and how the field of NLP is forever changed, and how Google may use FitBit after its recent acquisition.
21 minutes | Nov 7, 2019
AI Buzz: NOAA counting fish with AI, Neural Magic, and OpenSpace
In this episode of AI Buzz, I’ll discuss how NOAA is using computer vision to accurately count fish populations, what Chooch AI is doing to help emergency responders fight fires in California, the approach Neural Magic is using to speed up the machine learning process, and how OpenSpace is using AI to track construction projects over time.
15 minutes | Nov 6, 2019
AI Buzz: Navigating intersections, AutoML on Kaggle, GPT-2 Full Release
In this episode of AI Buzz, I will discuss how MIT is researching navigating interactions with autonomous cars, Google has deployed AutoML to Kaggle notebooks, how vocals can be isolated from instrumentals with a cool new tool, and how OpenAI has released GPT-2 to the world in full.
19 minutes | Nov 5, 2019
Improving traffic with machine learning, Ocado optimizing food delivery, and Microsoft Office AI
In this episode of AI Buzz, I will discuss how researchers are helping reduce California traffic with machine learning models, how food delivery company Ocado is working to optimize their operation, why the US is falling behind in AI development, and what intelligent updates Microsoft Office will be getting in its product line.
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