Drones and AI

We are joined by the host of podcast Commercial Drones FM, Ian Smith, who gives us a fascinating understanding of how drones are being used today and in the future. From petri-dish wielding drones that follow whales, to miniature drones working in warehouses, to thermal sensing drones in the mining industry—drones are starting to be used extensively and will continue to grow in the future. We go over the technology,

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Best AI and ML Applications of the Past Two Weeks—May 03, 2018

A lot has happened recently in the AI and machine learning realm, most notably a new academic boycott: the highly acclaimed journal Nature, which has one of the highest impact factors for academic journals, is aiming to start a closed-access machine learning journal, and some big names in the space, like Ian Goodfellow, Jeff Dean, and Yoshua Bengio, don’t like it. By signing this petition, they voiced their opinion that academic research in machine

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6 Ways AI Is Making the World a More Secure Place

6 Ways AI Is Making the World a More Secure Place By Natalie Daelemans Home Security Cameras There are lots of companies out there selling home security systems designed to keep your house safe from intruders. However, the cameras these systems use can be pretty limited. They detect motion and pick up sounds, but then send alerts to you—the human—to sort through notifications that could be potential threats or could

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