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- A 3-D printer powered by machine vision and artificial intelligenceby Zach Winn | MIT News Office on 4.6.2019 at 04:00
MIT startup Inkbit is overcoming traditional constraints to 3-D printing by giving its machines “eyes and brains.”
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- When should someone trust an AI assistant’s predictions?by Adam Zewe | MIT News Office on 19.1.2022 at 05:00
Researchers have created a method to help workers collaborate with artificial intelligence systems.
- The promise and pitfalls of artificial intelligence explored at TEDxMIT eventby Steve Nadis | MIT CSAIL on 11.1.2022 at 19:45
MIT scientists discuss the future of AI with applications across many sectors, as a tool that can be both beneficial and harmful.
- Physics and the machine-learning “black box”by Mary Beth Gallagher | Department of Mechanical Engineering on 10.1.2022 at 20:15
In 2.C01, George Barbastathis demonstrates how mechanical engineers can use their knowledge of physical systems to keep algorithms in check and develop more accurate predictions.
- Tackling hard computational problemsby Steve Nadis | Institute for Data, Systems, and Society on 10.1.2022 at 19:45
David Gamarnik has developed a new tool, the overlap gap property, for understanding computational problems that appear intractable.
- Understanding air pollution from spaceby Julia C. Keller | School of Science on 9.1.2022 at 05:00
Arlene Fiore uses satellite data paired with ground observations to refine our understanding of ozone smog and interactions with meteorology and climate.
- Meta’s new learning algorithm can teach AI to multi-taskby Will Douglas Heaven on 20.1.2022 at 17:00
If you can recognize a dog by sight, then you can probably recognize a dog when it is described to you in words. Not so for today’s artificial intelligence. Deep neural networks have become very good at identifying objects in photos and conversing in natural language, but not at the same time: there are AI…
- All charges against China Initiative defendant Gang Chen have been dismissedby Eileen Guo on 20.1.2022 at 14:00
This story has been updated after charges were officially dismissed, and to include statements from Dr. Gang Chen, Rachael Rollins, the US Attorney for the District of Massachusetts and MIT president L. Rafael Reif. A judge has approved the government’s motion to dismiss all charges against MIT mechanical engineering professor and nanotechnologist Gang Chen, nearly…
- This group of tech firms just signed up to a safer metaverseby Tanya Basu on 20.1.2022 at 10:18
The internet can feel like a bottomless pit of the worst aspects of humanity. So far, there’s little indication that the metaverse—an envisioned virtual digital world where we work, play, and live—will be much better. As I reported last month, a beta tester in Meta’s virtual social platform, Horizon Worlds, has already complained of being…
- Sustainability starts in the design process, and AI can helpby MIT Technology Review Insights on 19.1.2022 at 16:56
Artificial intelligence helps build physical infrastructure like modular housing, skyscrapers, and factory floors. “…many problems that we wrestle with in all forms of engineering and design are very, very complex problems…those problems are beginning to reach the limits of human capacity,” says Mike Haley, the vice president of research at Autodesk. But there’s hope with…
- Tonga’s volcano blast cut it off from the world. Here’s what it will take to get it reconnected.by Chris Stokel-Walker on 18.1.2022 at 16:07
Hunga Tonga–Hunga Ha‘apai, an underwater volcano off the coast of Tonga, has erupted several times in the last 13 years, but the most recent, on January 15, was likely its most destructive. The blast has had global consequences: more than 6,000 miles away, waves caused by the eruption drowned two people in Peru. But the effect…
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- DeepMind co-founder Mustafa Suleyman is leaving Google to join Greylock Partners; Suleyman was stripped of some duties in 2019 for allegedly bullying staff (New York Times)on 20.1.2022 at 22:05
New York Times: DeepMind co-founder Mustafa Suleyman is leaving Google to join Greylock Partners; Suleyman was stripped of some duties in 2019 for allegedly bullying staff — Mustafa Suleyman, a pioneer in the field of artificial intelligence, is leaving Google to join the venture capital firm Greylock Partners.
- Netflix reports Q4 revenue of $7.71B, up 16% YoY, net income of $607M, 222M paid subscribers, and $30B in 2021 revenue, up 19%; stock down 15%+ on weak guidance (Todd Spangler/Variety)on 20.1.2022 at 21:20
Todd Spangler / Variety: Netflix reports Q4 revenue of $7.71B, up 16% YoY, net income of $607M, 222M paid subscribers, and $30B in 2021 revenue, up 19%; stock down 15%+ on weak guidance — Netflix ended 2021 with a slightly lower-than-expected subscriber gain in the fourth quarter, and its stock took a dive with a weak Q1 outlook.
- The US Federal Reserve releases its long-awaited report on a digital dollar but doesn’t take a position on issuing one, and seeks public feedback for 120 days (Jeff Cox/CNBC)on 20.1.2022 at 20:01
Jeff Cox / CNBC: The US Federal Reserve releases its long-awaited report on a digital dollar but doesn’t take a position on issuing one, and seeks public feedback for 120 days — – The Federal Reserve on Thursday released its long-awaited exploration of a digital dollar but took no position on the issuance of a central bank digital currency.
- Prophecy, which lets data engineers build workflows by switching between a visual interface and a code editor, raises a $25M Series A led by Insight Partners (Frederic Lardinois/TechCrunch)on 20.1.2022 at 19:40
Frederic Lardinois / TechCrunch: Prophecy, which lets data engineers build workflows by switching between a visual interface and a code editor, raises a $25M Series A led by Insight Partners — Prophecy, a low-code platform for data engineering, today announced that it has raised a $25 million Series A round led by Insight Partners.
- Apple names longtime company spokesperson Kristin Huguet as VP of worldwide communications, replacing Stella Low, who is leaving after joining Apple in May 2021 (John Paczkowski/BuzzFeed News)on 20.1.2022 at 19:30
John Paczkowski / BuzzFeed News: Apple names longtime company spokesperson Kristin Huguet as VP of worldwide communications, replacing Stella Low, who is leaving after joining Apple in May 2021 — Apple has tapped a new head of PR: longtime company spokesperson Kristin Huguet. She’ll replace Stella Low …
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- The Take: Global Tech Antitrust Picks Up Where Anti-Globalization Left Offby SAP News on 20.1.2022 at 20:45
Antitrust momentum has been reinvigorated.
- Outgrowing Your IT Infrastructure: Choosing the Appropriate Next Stepsby Joe Zarb on 20.1.2022 at 13:15
Cloud-based solutions offer a myriad of benefits for SAP customers. These include freeing up resources for innovation rather than administration, paying only for what is…
- The Take: New Technology Could All But Prevent Counterfeit Drugs from Reaching Consumersby SAP News on 19.1.2022 at 22:05
In the U.S., the pedigree documentation system is likely to be improved by next year.
- SAP to Release Fourth Quarter and Year-End 2021 Resultsby SAP News on 19.1.2022 at 14:25
WALLDORF — Results will be released on Thursday, January 27.
- The Road to Fix the Massive Truck Driver Shortage Is Paved with Databy Susan Galer on 19.1.2022 at 13:15
Hidden in the furor about disrupted supply chains is how the experience of the drivers delivering all those goods directly impacts the customer experience. That’s…
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- dunnhumby Partners with SAP for Retail Innovation by Andrea Hilao on 19.1.2022 at 20:00
The innovation partnership of dunnhumby and SAP for retail advancement is centred on providing enhanced multi-channel experiences for customers. Multinational data science enterprise dunnhumby has been delivering cutting-edge solutions to retailers and brands harnessing data science to build customer-centric strategies. With a global footprint spanning 29 countries including Australia, Africa, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Italy, and The post dunnhumby Partners with SAP for Retail Innovation appeared first on InsideSAP.
- Liftango Joins SAP.iO Foundry Paris Sustainability Cohort by Andrea Hilao on 18.1.2022 at 20:00
NSW-based Liftango is one of the tech startups selected to join the latest SAP.iO accelerator program in France centred on developing sustainable solutions for the service industries. SAP.iO Foundry Paris debuted the 7th edition of its accelerator programme featuring eight international startups that offer next-generation solutions for sustainability. The latest cohort will be developing solutions The post Liftango Joins SAP.iO Foundry Paris Sustainability Cohort appeared first on InsideSAP.
- Twinings, Asda Pick RISE with SAP for Digital Transformation in the Cloudby Leah Alibangbang on 18.1.2022 at 03:55
Following the release of the German enterprise software giant’s preliminary 2021 Q4 and full-year business results, we take a look at some of the customers that recently selected RISE with SAP for digital transformation projects to help build resilient supply chains and accelerate their move to the cloud. SAP CEO Christian Klein emphasised the company’s momentum The post Twinings, Asda Pick RISE with SAP for Digital Transformation in the Cloud appeared first on InsideSAP.
- SAP Cloud Offerings Boost 2021 Q4, Full-Year Results by Andrea Hilao on 16.1.2022 at 20:00
SAP cloud offerings, most especially the Business Transformation as a Service (BTaaS) offering RISE with SAP, propelled the German software giant’s preliminary 2021 quarter four and full-year business results. Coming from a high-performing third quarter underpinned by a strong cloud business, SAP has shared another solid fourth-quarter preliminary financial results contributing to a promising 2021 The post SAP Cloud Offerings Boost 2021 Q4, Full-Year Results appeared first on InsideSAP.
- Fender Taps Lemongrass for SAP to Cloud Migrationby Leah Alibangbang on 13.1.2022 at 22:00
In partnership with Lemongrass, a software-enabled services provider known for delivering SAP to cloud migration to enterprise customers, leading guitar maker Fender Musical Instruments Corporation (FMIC) moved its SAP systems to Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud. Leading organisations, including experience management (XM) software provider Qualtrics, are already leading the way in reimagining SAP solutions by leveraging The post Fender Taps Lemongrass for SAP to Cloud Migration appeared first on InsideSAP.
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- This Fallout TV Show Is a Terrible Idea—Unless It’s a Comedyby Will Bedingfield on 20.1.2022 at 18:27
Game studio Bethesda’s successful franchise is full of surrealist comedy, and Amazon’s forthcoming adaptation should reflect this.
- 10 Great Deals on Robot Vacuums, Mattresses, and Air Purifiersby Brenda Stolyar on 20.1.2022 at 18:10
Keep your home tidy and cozy with these discounts.
- Smartphone Cameras Might Soon Capture Polarization Databy Julian Chokkattu on 20.1.2022 at 17:00
Normal cameras can process color and light. New tech from Metalenz collects information that could help your phone better understand the world around you.
- Scientists Are Racing to Understand the Fury of Tonga’s Volcanoby Robin Andrews on 20.1.2022 at 15:17
The Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai volcanic eruption and tsunami that have devastated Tonga are unlike anything volcanologists have seen before.
- Are Rhythm Games Ready for a Comeback?by Vincent Acovino on 20.1.2022 at 14:00
Big publishers stepped away from the genre that spawned Guitar Hero and Rock Band. But a few small studios—and hungry fans—are keeping the dream alive.
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- Celebrating 10 Million AppExchange Installs and Trailblazer Successby kbayer on 20.1.2022 at 15:00
With this new milestone, we’re taking time to honor the customers and partners who made this moment possible.
- Loneliness Is Bad for Business – How to Make Employees Feel More Togetherby abendersky on 19.1.2022 at 22:38
It’s a lonely time for some employees, between hybrid and remote work and the impact of the omicron variant. Here are some tips for fostering a more connected workplace.
- How Salesforce Built Its First Email Design System – And How You Can, Tooby kimberly.peterson on 19.1.2022 at 19:19
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- Launch Your Salesforce Admin Career With Trailhead Academyby kbayer on 19.1.2022 at 15:09
Get helpful admin tips from Salesforce Certified Instructors and learn how high-touch, expert-led classes can teach you the fundamentals of being a Salesforce Administrator.
- Win the Talent War With Better Employee Upskillingby abendersky on 18.1.2022 at 15:00
Many companies have started offering more on-the-job training, but most people believe those organizations are still lagging. Here’s how better employee upskilling can help retain and attract workers.