Topic: ai

Code Watch: Can we code conscious programs?

A few months ago, I pondered the growing gap between the way we solve problems in our day-to-day programming and the way problems are being solved by new techniques involving Big Data and statistical machine-learning techniques. The ImageNet Large Scale Visual Recognition Challenge has seen a leap in performance with the widespread adoption of convolutional … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Oct. 23, 2014—Google partners with Oxford University and Ebay open sources Kylin

Google partners with Oxford University on artificial intelligence research Google is advancing its artificial intelligence research. The company recently announced DeepMind’s plans to work with two of Oxford’s artificial research teams. The teams will work toward enabling machines to better understand its users. “These exciting partnerships underline how committed Google DeepMind is to supporting the … continue reading

Artificial intelligence meets Web application performance monitoring

Applications have gotten smarter, and with methodologies like agile, continuous delivery and DevOps, releases and updates have gotten faster. But are application-monitoring approaches keeping up? “The way people build applications today has fundamentally changed over the last three to four years. But while applications have evolved, application monitoring is still about showing people charts and … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Sept. 12, 2014—HP to buy Eucalyptus, Microsoft expands support for middleware providers

HP acquires cloud startup Eucalyptus HP has revealed plans to buy cloud startup Eucalyptus Software, with Eucalyptus CEO Marten Mickos joining HP to manage the company’s cloud business. The deal is expected to close in the fourth fiscal quarter of 2014, and Reuters reported the acquisition will be for less than US$100 million. Eucalyptus offers … continue reading

IBM’s Watson steps out again

A Mobile Developer Challenge, and forays into online retail, healthcare and food, mark a busy season for the supercomputer … continue reading

The Trouble with Gerrold: The Last Temptation of Spock

Emotions have a logical use for humans, so naturally they have a logical use for artificial intelligence, too … continue reading

The Trouble with Gerrold: Majel

From Eliza to Majel, developers are coming up with more clever interactive programs, but not yet artificial intelligence … continue reading

Zeichick’s Take: Is that really you, Dave?

Can computers be trained to verify a user’s identity by monitoring their behavior? They just might … continue reading

Top five ways to bring machine learning into your project

Artificial intelligence is the new hotness, so here are a few ways to take advantage of it inside of your enterprise … continue reading

AI innovator Judea Pearl wins 2011 Turing Award

Work in how computers handle uncertainty and assess relationships got this UCLA professor the top prize … continue reading

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