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  • [New] Over the next few years, we can expect to see suppliers turning to AI and machine learning for tasks like identifying design vulnerabilities, threat modeling, and remediation. / Veracode
  • [New] No wonder that a recent study on ResearchAndMarkets.com indicates that AI in industrial machines is expected to touch $415M worldwide by 2024 with collaborative robot growth at 42.5% CAGR. / Analytics Insight
  • [New] Machine learning - a form of artificial intelligence where a machine is taught how to learn to predict something - is already an integral part of many solar projects around the world, and is used to predict output hours in advance. / reneweconomy
  • [New] A team based at the University of California, Berkeley, has devised a machine learning system to tap the problem-solving potential of satellite imaging, using low-cost, easy-to-use technology that could bring access and analytical power to researchers and governments worldwide. / Eurasia Review
  • [New] Artificial intelligence and machine learning are expected to grow within the Internet of things domain by US$ 3.6 billion by the end of 2026. / Analytics Insight
  • [New] The Global Artificial Intelligence in Diagnostic Market was valued at USD 532.22 Million in 2020 and is projected to reach USD 5371.11 Million by 2028, growing at a CAGR of 33.23% from 2021 to 2028. / Verified Market Research
  • [New] Through the utilization of risk models and machine learning, Climate X can project the costs to specific assets or a geographic region of a natural disaster or general threat of global emission. / Dispatch by Dynamo Ventures
  • [New] Researchers at Stanford University have developed a machine learning model that can predict a patient's biological age by identifying markers of inflammation associated with heart disease. / Center for Data Innovation
  • [New] IBM's latest experiment only applies to a specific type of classification problems in machine learning, and does not mean that all learning problems will benefit from the use of quantum kernels. / ZDNet
  • [New] A recent JAMA study highlights risk factors associated with the severity of COVID-19 in individuals using machine learning models and predictive analytics. / HealthITAnalytics
  • [New] The Smart Home, also called home automation, is the most used field of connected objects; a study anticipates a 200% increase in the number of connected objects by the end of 2021. / The Times (UK)
  • [New] The rapid use of AI, machine learning, intelligent automation, virtual reality, augmented reality, and other sophisticated technology-based solutions have advanced and will continue through 2021. / Verzeo Blogs
  • [New] The World Economic Forum concluded in a recent report that a new generation of smart machines, fueled by rapid advances in artificial intelligence and robotics, could potentially replace a large proportion of existing human jobs. / CitiNewsroom.com
  • The addition of Oracle Analytics Cloud and Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse will help TTX streamline access to data, expand reporting capabilities with metrics, KPIs and other analytics, and use embedded machine learning capabilities to enable faster and smarter decisions. / Oracle
  • In 2021, we expect to see more regulators becoming persuaded of the benefits of AI and machine learning for processing data. / suptech-trends-in-2021-data-analytics-security
  • AT&T Network Edge with Google Cloud will enable enterprises to deploy applications at Google edge points of presence (POPs) AT&T's 5G and fiber networks. / RTInsights
  • Researchers at The University of Tokyo Institute of Industrial Science have implemented a machine learning algorithm that can use the measured size of single cells over time to predict their future size. / ScienceDaily
  • Country: Israel InnVentis is a pharmaceutical company that uses big data and machine learning aiming at providing services that could speed up drug development, and creating an ecosystem for Arthritis management. / Top
  • Artificial intelligence, machine learning and big data are transforming global society, and questions of how to harness their potential while avoiding their risks are among the most pressing issues confronting an increasingly connected world. / Eurasia Review
  • Over 75% of workers using ERP solutions will now harness the power of AI to develop their skills in the workplace. / Data Science Central
  • Emerging technologies: Breakthrough technologies such as artificial intelligence, including deep learning and machine learning, are allowing early adopters - both fintechs and established companies - to gain massive differentiation and will produce significant disruption over the coming years. / insideBIGDATA
  • The pace of technology adoption is expected to remain unabated and may accelerate in some areas, and that by 2025, the amount of time spent on work tasks by humans and machines will be equal. / House of Commons
  • Though there are some potential risks in using AI and machine learning models, it is becoming popular across the world. / Analytics Insight

Last updated: 25 July 2021


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