Travel AI with Pana

Travel’s an interesting industry because it’s inherently global which makes it inherently complex, and it’s so behind other industries when it comes to innovative and advanced technology being applied. A great example of that is when you buy a ticket on an Expedia or Priceline, etc., it’s likely that 75% of the time that a fax is sent to the hotel to tell them that you’ll be staying there that

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Best AI and ML Applications of the Past Two Weeks—April 19, 2018

In our last newsletter, we mentioned academics around the world were boycotting South Korea’s KAIST University because researchers there were working on AI-powered weaponry. While the following aren’t weapons, some very interesting surveillance-related applications surfaced this past week that we think are worth the spotlight, considering how much military use of AI has been in the news recently. But I’m behind a wall One of the most fascinating (and potentially scary) developments in the past two weeks

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5 Steps to Finding Love with the Help of AI

5 Steps to Finding Love with the Help of AI By Natalie Daelemans We’re all searching for love. What if artificial intelligence could help you meet that special someone? Step 1. Put Your Best “Selfie” out There Online dating has become a popular platform for putting yourself out there and meeting new people. Your online dating profile is the first thing potential dates will come across, so you need to

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Best AI and ML Applications of the Week—April 05, 2018

The last few days, the news has been swirling with talk of researchers worldwide boycotting work with South Korea’s KAIST University, as the university works on developing AI-powered weapons. Boycotters want stricter controls over AI-powered weaponry, and hopefully this pushback by scientists and academics has a powerful influence over weapon development. Now on to other applications that have garnered attention since last Thursday: “Wow, I can get information at the same time as my hearing peers!” –Joseph

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Best AI and ML Applications of the Week—March 29, 2018

Flying Jellyfish, Somersaulting Spiders, and . . . a Really Cool Workstation Festo, a German company known for its unusual, flashy robots (like co-working ants, airborne jellyfish, and somersaulting spiders), has created the BionicWorkplace, a workstation that uses machine learning and artificial intelligence to improve efficiency. People working at the station can interact with and control the bionic arm using movement, speech, or touch. Watch it at work here: Jaywalker Shaming

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