While the rise of machine learning in the consumer space is widely discussed, its uses in mature industrial technologies are lesser-known, yet very important.
What if computers could dream? In fact, they can. Google’s groundbreaking DeepDream software is turning AI neural networks inside out to understand how computers think.
In an arena where any slight edge could mean the difference between winning and losing, machine learning has never been more important in sports. As the industry becomes more and more inundated with data, sifting through information to create meaningful insights is paramount to the success of sports organizations around the world.
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The Power of Predictive Analytics to Improve Maintenance and Reliability in the Industrial Sector.
Amazon: now offering instant product ordering in exchange for detailed consumer data
Digital technology is changing the world of policing. The Boston Police Department (BPD), like its peers throughout the US and the world, is adapting its operating model to leverage new digital tools and approaches in traditional policing contexts and to prepare for new policing contexts which will be created by digital technology (e.g., cybercrime). While the BPD is close to the leading edge of this adaptation, there is more that it could be doing.
“Stitch Fix is squarely at the intersection of both online and offline (so hot right now) and human and algorithm (even hotter)” – WSJ