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Alan Turing - Turing Test
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“Can machines think?” asked Alan Turing in 1950. Yes, they can, if a human can’t tell the difference between a computer and a person. The highly influential yet widely criticized Turing test became one of the most important concepts in AI philosophy.  Seventy years later, AI applications are part of

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AI-driven analytics
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To stay competitive in today’s world, organizations must have their fingers on their customers’ pulse at all times. Fortunately, increasing amounts of data about consumer preferences and behaviors allow marketing teams to identify the evolution of markets and customer demands. Effectively using big data for marketing efforts is now far

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Women leading AI
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On March 8 every year, International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating women’s social, economic, cultural, and political achievements, and that – of course – includes women in AI. The tech industry and the AI sector face an ongoing and constant diversity and equality crisis. In a study from

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Perion launches Paragone.ai social advertising
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This article was originally published at Grit Daily and is reproduced with permission. Perion – a digital advertising company – has today announced the launch of Paragone.ai’s Actionable Performance Monitoring (APM). Paragone’s APM adds multi-channel social advertising management platform to the company’s offerings and is now deployed with clients such as

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Best books and podcasts on data science and AI 2021
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Data science and AI are among the best (and highest paying) careers in the world right now, so it makes sense to keep increasing your knowledge, and learning from the best. But doing that in an age of information overload isn’t easy. One way to stay ahead of the game

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Disruptive innovation
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On 1 March 2021, EWOR kicked off off another round of its prestigious EWOR Fellowship program.  “The concept,” its founder Daniel Dippold explains, “is uniquely designed to help corporations realize disruptive innovation and individuals to start ventures of global scale.” This March, an exciting mix of people, including former Miss

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AI maternal-fetal medicine
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AI has a booming interest in the area of maternal and fetal medicine. Even though previous inventions in this delicate aspect of healthcare banked on an expert rule-based system to predict the risk of pre-term births in pregnant women, it is now up for more exciting AI advances.  Maternal and Fetal Medicine is

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This article was originally published at VentureBeat and is reproduced with permission. January AI, a startup developing a platform that predicts diabetic patients’ responses to certain foods, today announced that it raised $8.8 million. Notable investors in the round included Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff, YouTube cofounder Steve Chen, and former

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Auction stretagy
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Auction strategy has changed dramatically as artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and advanced analytics inform strategies for the better. Or have they?  Machines are taking over. Digital marketing is becoming dominated by real-time bidding environments, which are largely controlled by algorithms and platform technologies. Yet, these are becoming more

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Can artificial intelligence influence human decision-making
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Artificial intelligence has made many breakthroughs in the last decade, including beating champion players at Jeopardy!, learning to identify cats, seeing better than humans, and driving cars autonomously. A new study (PDF) by researchers from the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation’s (CSIRO) Data61, along with the Australian National University

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