Reverse Engineering and AI Self-Driving Cars – AI Trends

By Lance Eliot, the AI Trends Insider At an annual auto show there was a Tesla Model 3 chassis shown on the convention floor, being displayed by a company other than Tesla. Notice that I said it was just the chassis, and not the entire…

Stephanie Kovalchik Interview – Love Love: AI and ML in Tennis

In this, the final show in our AI in Sports series, I’m joined by Stephanie Kovalchik, Research Fellow at Victoria University and Senior Sports Scientist at Tennis Australia. Stephanie and I had a great conversation about a few of the many interesting projects underway at…

Jim Saleh Interview – Data Platforms for Decision Automation at Scotiabank

In this show, part of our PegaWorld 18 series, I’m joined by Jim Saleh, Senior Director of process and decision automation at Scotiabank. Jim is tasked with helping the bank transition from a world where customer interactions are based on historical analytics to one where…

Kirk Borne Interview – Towards the Self-Driving Enterprise

In this show, the first of our PegaWorld 18 series, I’m joined by Kirk Borne, Principal Data Scientist at management consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton. In our conversation, Kirk shares his views on automation as it applies to enterprises and their customers. We discuss his…

Nicholas Osborn Interview – How a Global Energy Company Adopts ML & AI

On today’s show I’m excited to share this interview with Nick Osborn, a longtime listener of the show and Leader of the Global Machine Learning Project Management Office at AES Corporation, a Fortune 200 power company. Nick and I met at my AI Summit a…

Song Han Interview – Deep Gradient Compression for Distributed Training

On today’s show I chat with Song Han, assistant professor in MIT’s EECS department, about his research on Deep Gradient Compression. In our conversation, we explore the challenge of distributed training for deep neural networks and the idea of compressing the gradient exchange to allow…

Qazaleh Mirsharif Interview – Training Data for Computer Vision at Figure Eight

For today’s show, the last in our TrainAI series, I’m joined by Qazaleh Mirsharif, a machine learning scientist working on computer vision at Figure Eight. Qazaleh and I caught up at the TrainAI conference to discuss a couple of the projects she’s worked on in…

David Van Valen Interview – Deep Learning for Live-Cell Imaging

In today’s show, I sit down with David Van Valen, assistant professor of Bioengineering & Biology at Caltech. David joined me after his talk at the Figure Eight TrainAI conference to chat about his research using image recognition and segmentation techniques in biological settings. In…

Artificial intelligence front and center at Google I/O developer conference

… a White House summit on artificial intelligence — and the announcements centered … of the show was about artificial intelligence. “I think the big … ; Of course, another major place artificial intelligence could impact our lives is … VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Author:

Saving and running programs explained | Hello world for programming beginners (Part 2)

Hello world programs show us how to communicate with the outside world from inside our programs. Let’s look at this in more detail. Saving our programs in files is how we begin to build more sophisticated programs. Once our code is saved, we will interact…