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VentureBeat | March 10, 2020

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Businesses and developers making conversational AI experiences should start with the understanding that you’re going to have to use unsupervised learning to scale, said Prem Natarajan, Amazon head of product and VP of Alexa AI and NLP. He spoke with Barak Turovsky, Google AI director of product for the NLU team, at VentureBeat’s Transform 2020 AI conference today as part of a conversation about future trends for AI assistants....

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Esri | January 28, 2021

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ESRI LAUNCHES NEW PLATFORM AS A SERVICE

Esri, the worldwide pioneer in area insight, today declared the dispatch of ArcGIS Platform, a geospatial platform as an assistance (PaaS) for engineers that need to coordinate area capacities into their applications, business frameworks, and items. ArcGIS Platform gives designers direct admittance to Esri's incredible area administrations utilizing their preferred APIs and web structures. "ArcGIS Platform lets users build their own products or integrate Esri services int...

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Omron | July 06, 2020

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OMRON LAUNCHES INDUSTRY’S FIRST DEFECT DETECTION AI TECHNOLOGY THAT CAPTURES DEFECTS WITH HUMAN-LIKE SENSITIVITY

The company says the artificial intelligence-based technology “captures defects with human-like sensitivity”. It claims the system reproduces human sensibility and the techniques of skilled inspectors, reliably detects defects that were once difficult to capture, automating human vision-based visual inspection. Skilled inspectors are hard to come by these days, and labor costs have risen sharply, says Omron. Manufacturers are now facing intense pressure to automate processes that rel...

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VentureBeat | March 10, 2020

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FACEBOOK’S RIDE ENCOURAGES AI AGENTS TO EXPLORE THEIR ENVIRONMENTS

A preprint paper coauthored by scientists at Facebook AI Research describes Rewarding Impact-Driven Exploration (RIDE), an intrinsic reward method that encourages AI-driven agents to take actions in an environment. The researchers say that it outperforms state-of-the-art methods on hard exploration tasks in procedurally generated worlds, a sign it might be a candidate for devices like robot vacuums that must often navigate new environments. As the researchers explain, reinforcement learning, whe...

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Alexa | July 16, 2020

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ALEXA AND GOOGLE ASSISTANT EXECS PREDICT THE FUTURE OF AI ASSISTANTS

Businesses and developers making conversational AI experiences should start with the understanding that you’re going to have to use unsupervised learning to scale, said Prem Natarajan, Amazon head of product and VP of Alexa AI and NLP. He spoke with Barak Turovsky, Google AI director of product for the NLU team, at VentureBeat’s Transform 2020 AI conference today as part of a conversation about future trends for AI assistants....

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