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  • State-of-the-Art Statistical Science to Tackle Famous Number Theory Conjectures
    15.04.2020
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    The methodology described here has broad applications, leading to new statistical tests, new type of ANOVA (analysis of variance), improved design of experiments, interesting fractional factorial designs, a better understanding of irrational numbers leading to cryptography, gaming and Fintech applications, and high quality random number generators (and when you really need them). It also features exact arithmetic / high performance computing and distributed algorithms to compute millions of binary digits for an infinite family of real numbers, including detection of auto- and cross-correlations (or lack of) in the digit distributions.

  • The next generation org chart: humans and robots working together
    15.03.2020
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    You could soon be sharing your coffee break with a robot. But wait – they don’t take breaks. They’ll go on working tirelessly so you can focus on more interesting and innovative work – and might even free you up to take some occasional downtime.

  • Creating human impact with artificial intelligence
    15.03.2020
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    The rising prominence of artificial intelligence (AI) in our conversations, the way we work and do business, protect communities against crime and even the way news is reported to us on television is unprecedented. Its ability to learn and process massive amount of data far outstrips any other current technologies and will only continue to grow as we make greater strides in computer processing power and deep learning algorithms.

  • Could we forgive a machine? Study explores forgiveness in the context of robotics and AI
    15.03.2020
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    As more robots make their way into society, it is important to consider the ethical and moral implications of having them complete tasks that can have a significant impact on people’s lives. If robots and machines are to become widely used in situations where they could seriously affect human lives, for instance by driving cars or giving elderly people the medication they need on a daily basis, developers should first consider the associated implications. With this in mind, Michael Nagenborg, a researcher at the University of Twente in the Netherlands, has recently carried out a study investigating what could happen if a robot or machine makes a terrible mistake that has detrimental consequences for its users.

  • Things You Should Know About Artificial Intelligence
    15.03.2020
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    In today’s world that we live in, it seems as if every industry is using artificial intelligence in one way or another and raving about its benefits. Artificial intelligence has made it possible for machines to receive information, process it using the record of past patterns in their database, and perform tasks that could previously only be performed by humans. From automated systems to self-driving cars and smart applications, there are many examples of artificial intelligence that we come across every day. However, the concept still appears to be unclear to most people. The common man does not know what AI is, how it used in different industries, and the fantastic benefits it has to offer.

  • Difference Between Data Mining, Machine Learning and Big Data
    15.03.2020
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    The amount of digital data that currently exists is now growing at a rapid pace. The number is doubling every two years and it is completely transforming our basic mode of existence. According to a paper from IBM, about 2.5 billion gigabytes of data had been generated on a daily basis in the year 2012. Another article from Forbes informs us that data is growing at a pace which is faster than ever. The same article suggests that this year, 2020, about 1.7 billion of new information will be developed per second for all the human inhabitants on this planet.

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