I am regularly asked to summarize my many posts. I thought it would be a good idea to publish on this blog, every Monday, some of the most relevant articles that I have already shared with you on my social networks. Today I will share some of the most relevant articles about Artificial Intelligence and in what form you can find it in today’s life. I will also comment on the articles.
On Microsoft.com: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/research/blog/aaai-2021-accelerating-the-impact-of-artificial-intelligence/
AAAI 2021: Accelerating the impact of artificial intelligence. The purpose of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence, according to its bylaws, is twofold. The first is to promote research in the area of AI, and the second is to promote the responsible use of these types of technology. The result was a 35th AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-21) schedule that broadens the possibilities of AI and is heavily reflective of a pivotal time in AI research when experts are asking bigger questions about how best to responsibly develop, deploy, and integrate the technology.
On Lexology.com: https://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=cbd7dd0e-eff1-45d3-bc06-b254ca612045
Artificial Intelligence and Patents: Inventing Inventors. Who are the inventors of patents? Since George Washington signed the first patent in 1790, the United States has issued patents to people of various ages, ethnicities, and genders, with some patent inventors being as young as two when they filed. The varied backgrounds of these inventors stems from the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s (“USPTO”) broad definition of an inventor, laying out an inventor to “mean the individual or, if a joint invention, the individuals collectively who invented or discovered the subject matter the invention.” But what happens when the inventor is a machine?
On ZDnet.com: https://www.zdnet.com/article/spy-agency-artificial-intelligence-is-already-a-vital-part-of-our-missions/
Spy agency: Artificial intelligence is already a vital part of our missions. The UK’s GCHQ has unveiled plans to ramp up its use of algorithms. What could go wrong? The UK’s top intelligence and security body, GCHQ, is betting big on artificial intelligence: the organization has revealed how it wants to use AI to boost national security. In a new paper titled “Pioneering a New National Security,” GCHQ’s analysts went to lengths to explain why AI holds the key to better protection of the nation. The volumes of data that the organization deals with, argued GCHQ, places security agencies and law enforcement bodies under huge pressure; AI could ease that burden, improving not only the speed, but also the quality of experts’ decision making.
On Statetechmagazine.com: https://statetechmagazine.com/article/2021/02/artificial-intelligence-can-help-states-manage-unemployment-crisis
Artificial Intelligence Can Help States Manage the Unemployment Crisis. AI and chatbots can alleviate stress on government service delivery and help agencies meet citizens’ needs. A very interesting article and another angle on how AI can help with a consistent problem in our economies.
On Foodengineeringmag.com https://www.foodengineeringmag.com/articles/99351-artificial-intelligence-simplifies-industrial-control-for-operations-staff-who-are-not-data-analytics-experts
Artificial intelligence simplifies industrial control for operations staff who are not data analytics experts. If you’re a photographer, you can mess with, for example, masks, burns-and-dodges and local retouching in Photoshop to get landscape horizons/skies and portraits right (including lips, teeth, eyes, blemishes, etc.)—or you can use an AI-based tool like LuminarAI to do the heavy lifting (simply adjust a few sliders) when your workflow means getting projects out the door. Likewise, AI-based industrial tools should keep your processes running transparently.
On analytcsinsight.net https://www.analyticsinsight.net/aparna-pujar-improving-elderly-care-with-artificial-intelligence-and-technological-innovations/
Aparna Pujar: Improving elderly care with artificial intelligence and technological innovations. Zemplee is a technology platform for aging-in-place. It enables self-managing elderly loved ones to live in their own homes for as long as they want. Zemplee is a non-wearable, non-invasive, non-intrusive IOT/AI platform that uses 5G, Edge Computing and AI to offer passive real-time monitoring of the elderly while keeping their families and other care stakeholders informed and engaged.
On Bizjournals.com: https://www.bizjournals.com/charlotte/news/2021/02/25/how-and-why-one-fintech-mortgage-lender-invested.html
How and why one fintech mortgage lender invested in augmented intelligence, not artificial intelligence. Industries across the globe are embracing artificial intelligence (AI) as the way of doing business in the future. In the mortgage industry, this AI is a form of automation – or the process of using technology to complete human tasks. Software robots can access the loan origination system, gather data, open documents and send communications to a consumer. This frees up loan officers and operations team members from menial tasks to focus on customer service and build their business. This is a clever way to describe AI, I have always presented it as human augmented and with the term Augmented Intelligence this is exactly what the article is saying.