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Building the Complete Virtual Assistant with Watson Assistant

IBM Blog – 5.6.20 (5.5.20)

We are now well into 2020, and the world continues to face a once-in-a-century global pandemic. The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has altered nearly every aspect of our personal and professional lives. As the business world reels from the disruptions generated by COVID-19, it has become more clear than ever that AI is no longer a “nice-to-have” technology for the modern enterprise.

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Healthcare AI systems that put people at the center

Google Blog – 4.29.20 (4.25.20)

Over the past four years, Google has advanced its AI technologies to address critical problems in healthcare. We’ve developed tools to detect eye disease, AI systems to identify cardiovascular risk factors and signs of anemia, and to improve breast cancer screening.

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How Ford Uses AI to Create Diverse Driving Data | NVIDIA Blog

NVIDIA Blog – 4.23.20

When it comes to teaching autonomous vehicles, you can never have too much training data. That’s where Nikita Jaipuria and Rohan Bhasin come in.

Jaipuria, a research scientist in computer vision and machine learning, and Bhasin, a research engineer, spoke with AI Podcast host Noah Kravitz about their roles at Ford Motor Company, as well as their GTC Digital session.

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How Sense Recognizes the Electric Vehicle in Your Driveway

Sense Blog – 2.21.20 (2.20.20)

Electric vehicle owners are among the most passionate advocates for energy conservation. They share our zeal to save energy (and money), push the envelope of innovation, and live responsibly on the planet. Many Sense customers drive electric vehicles and charge them at home, so we’ve made it a priority to identify EV charging in the Sense app.

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Artificial intelligence makes a splash in efforts to protect Alaska’s ice seals and beluga whales

Microsoft Blogs – 2.19.20

When Erin Moreland set out to become a research zoologist, she envisioned days spent sitting on cliffs, drawing seals and other animals to record their lives for efforts to understand their activities and protect their habitats.

Instead, Moreland found herself stuck in front of a computer screen, clicking through thousands of aerial photographs of sea ice as she scanned for signs of life in Alaskan waters. It took her team so long to sort through each survey — akin to looking for lone grains of rice on vast mounds of sand — that the information was outdated by the time it was published.

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