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Training the Untrained Eye with AI to Classify Fine Art

Beauty, it is said, resides in the eye of the beholder. What if that beholder is a machine learning model being trained to describe and classify fine works of ...Full Article

California’s Sonoma County Adds AI to Wildfire Alert Network to Detect Destructive Blazes

California continues to prepare for another round of wildfires by deploying AI-based early-warning systems designed to spot outbreaks before they become infernos. Sonoma County is the latest to adopt ...Full Article

MIT Researchers See Neural Nets in a New Light

Convolutional neural networks that perform well in computer vision applications also can be used to predict behavioral and other brain-like data related to object recognition. One current limitation, however, ...Full Article

Space-Based AI Sharpens Earth Observations

There are countless eyes on the sky, but the European Space Agency (ESA) and its technology partners that include Intel Corp. claim to be the first to apply AI ...Full Article

Hardware Acceleration of Recurrent Neural Networks: the Need and the Challenges

Recurrent neural networks (RNNs) have shown phenomenal success in several sequence learning tasks such as machine translation, language processing, image captioning, scene labeling, action recognition, time-series forecasting, and music ...Full Article

Deep Neural Networks are Easily Fooled – Here’s How Explainable AI Can Help

Many deep neural networks (DNNs) make their predictions from behind an incomprehensible “black box,” which leads domain experts to question the internal reasoning behind why the model made certain ...Full Article

Optalysys Switches on Commercial Optical Co-Processor

Optalysys, Ltd., a U.K. company seeking to advance it optical co-processor technology, moved a step closer this week with the unveiling of what it claims is the first commercial optical ...Full Article
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