Tag Archive for: Machine Learning

Radiation Oncology, AI and Machine Learning in Research

By Babette Ten Haken

Radiation oncology appears to be a provocative sandbox for incorporating artificially intelligent computer systems as a tool for cancer prognosis and treatment.… Read More

By Babette Ten Haken
Founder & President, Sales Aerobics for EngineersĀ®, LLC

July 26, 2017

Cognitive Computing Improves Customer Retention for Telecoms

By Arthur Cole

With cognitive computing, telecoms can strengthen brand loyalty, improve customer retention and kick product development into high gear. Read More

By Arthur Cole
Freelance Writer

July 26, 2017

Data Center Infrastructure Management Enhanced by Machine Learning

By Jacqueline Lee

As the data center grows in size and complexity, many hyperscale operators are hiring fewer engineers and relying on machine learning for management. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

July 24, 2017

Most People Will Share Data With Artificial Intelligence

By Jacqueline Lee

Artificial intelligence requires personal data to learn, which raises privacy issues. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

July 21, 2017

Thinking Outside the Box With an AI-Enabled Network

By Doug Bonderud

A ready-made market and significant tech investment are paving the way for the AI-enabled network. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

July 19, 2017

Practical AI puts Theory into Play for Business and Industry

By Babette Ten Haken

Practical AI (artificial intelligence) is what happens when the training wheels come off of data science theory. Then, an AI algorithm is applied to a practical… Read More

By Babette Ten Haken
Founder & President, Sales Aerobics for EngineersĀ®, LLC

July 17, 2017

Job Automation Poised to Reduce Manual Tasks for Businesses

By Kelley Katsanos

A new report reveals 74 percent of business leaders and employees believe job automation may end up relieving some of their tasks. Read More

By Kelley Katsanos
News Writer

July 17, 2017

Artificial Intelligence to Double Economic Growth Rates

By Jacqueline Lee

Artificial intelligence could double economic growth rates in the world's top 12 developed countries by 2035, a new study finds. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

July 12, 2017

Artificial Intelligence to Add Trillions to the Global Economy

By Kelley Katsanos

The widespread adoption of artificial intelligence may contribute up to $15.7 trillion to the global economy by 2030, PwC finds. Read More

By Kelley Katsanos
News Writer

July 5, 2017

IBM News: Cognitive Compliance Tools Help Companies Navigate EU Laws

By Jeff Bertolucci

For companies wrestling with tough new data privacy rules in the EU's upcoming General Data Protection Regulation, recent IBM news might help. Read More

By Jeff Bertolucci
News Writer

June 27, 2017