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Only A Handful Of Companies Have Figured Out How To Use Ai To Its Full Extent, Report Says
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According to a new Accenture report, only 12% of companies have figured out how to use AI to “achieve superior growth and business transformation.” In other words, when it comes to becoming an AI achiever, there is still much work to be done. The relationship between AI use and corporate

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The Ukrainian Fintech Industry Keeps Growing Despite The War
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Despite the war and its awful challenges, the Ukrainian fintech industry is working to enhance the nation’s infrastructure and rules to attract credible companies and institutional investors from various backgrounds. Undoubtedly, many investors think it’s dangerous to invest in Ukraine right now. But for regional fintech companies, business continues as

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Vulnerability Exploitation And Spyware Activities Picked Up In July, With Abnormally High Amounts Of Activity Observed In Incursions Connected To Spyware, According To Research Conducted By Recorded Future.
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Vulnerability exploitation and spyware activities picked up in July, with abnormally high amounts of activity observed in incursions connected to spyware, according to research conducted by Recorded Future. The creators of mercenary spyware appear to have been unusually active in weaponizing common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs). It is unknown, however, whether

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Paddlepaddle Has Recently Received New Updates From Baidu, Along With 10 Large Deep Learning Models
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PaddlePaddle has recently received new updates from Baidu, along with 10 large deep learning models covering computational biology, vision, and natural language processing. Despite the growing popularity of more recent innovations, TensorFlow, PyTorch, and Keras remain the three deep-learning frameworks that have long dominated AI. The most widely used Chinese

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In Order To Track And Modify The Digital Manufacturing Processes In Real-Time, Researchers Trained A New Ai.
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To track and modify the digital manufacturing processes in real-time, researchers trained a new AI. Although scientists and engineers are continually creating new materials with special features that can be utilized for 3D printing, figuring out how to print with them can be challenging and expensive. A simulation teaches the digital

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Tiktok Data Privacy Concerns Push Companies To Review Their Social Media Strategy
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Businesses may want to rethink how they use TikTok as a platform because of the concerns raised by US politicians regarding the company’s data privacy practices. Consumers have elevated privacy to a top priority across all digital channels. Many people are becoming more selective about what they share on social

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The Rules Of Cyber Warfare Are Being Rewritten With The Ukraine-Russia War
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The laws of cyber-warfare are being rewritten in Europe. The Russo-Ukrainian War is not limited to the hot conflict at fire zones of the front. It is possible to hear the echoes of war in the cyber world too. In our digital world, data is one of the most valuable

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Analog Ai Hardware Aims To Reduce Costs And Carbon Emission
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Could machine learning’s escalating costs and carbon footprint be reduced by using analog AI hardware instead of digital to tap into quick, low-power processing? Researchers Logan Wright and Tatsuhiro Onodera from Cornell University and NTT Research foresee a time when machine learning (ML) will be carried out using cutting-edge physical

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Qudit Computers Open Endless Possibilities By Exceeding The Binary System
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Most quantum computers rely on quantum bits, or “qubits,” which may individually represent two numbers, 0 or 1. Researchers have now created a quantum computer based on quantum digits, also known as “qudits,” each of which can encode seven numbers. In addition to offering more processing capability with fewer parts,

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It Is Crucial For Insurance Industry To Start The Digitization Process.
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The lengthy and prone-to-failure communication between the provider, intermediary, and customer in the insurance industry makes the advancement of digitization a crucial debate. In the German insurance market alone, more than 500 insurance companies and over 45,000 brokers are in operation. The several branches are in charge of managing policies

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