AI News, Artificial Intelligence & Dynatrace | Dynatrace blog artificial intelligence

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence, which commenced publication in 1970, is now the generally accepted premier international forum for the publication of results of current research in this field.

The journal welcomes foundational and applied papers describing mature work involving computational accounts of aspects of intelligence.

Artificial Intelligence (AIJ) also invites papers on applications, which should describe a principled solution, emphasize its novelty, and present an in-depth evaluation of the AI techniques being exploited.

The journal publishes an annual issue devoted to survey articles and also hosts a 'competition section' devoted to reporting results from AI competitions.

10 Powerful Examples Of Artificial Intelligence In Use Today

From voice-powered personal assistants like Siri and Alexa, tomore underlying and fundamental technologies such as behavioral algorithms, suggestivesearches and autonomously-powered self-driving vehicles boasting powerful predictive capabilities, there are several examples and applications of artificial intellgience in use today.

While companies like Apple, Facebook and Tesla rollout ground-breaking updates and revolutionary changes to how we interact with machine-learning technology, many of us are still clueless on just how being used today by businesses both big and small.

And although the past 100 years have seen the most dramatictechnological upheavalsto life than in all of human history, the next 100 years is set to pave the way for a multi-generational leap forward.

Quantum computers will not only solve all of life's most complex problems and mysteries regarding the environment, aging, disease, war, poverty, famine, the origins of the universe and deep-space exploration, just to name a few, it'll soon power all of our A.I.

Considering that the world lacks any formidable quantum resistant cryptography (QRC), how will a country like the United States or Russia protect its assets from rogue nations or bad actors that are hellbent on using quantum computers to hack the world's most secretive and lucrativeinformation?

The internet will not be secure,as we rely on algorithms which are broken by quantum computersto secure our connections to web sites, download emails andeverything else.

Even updates to phones, and downloadingapplications from App stores will be broken and unreliable.Banking transactions via chip-and-PIN could [also] be rendered insecure(depending on exactly how the system is implemented ineach country).'

However, it's usefulness and its uncanny ability to decipher speech from anywhere in the room has made it a revolutionary product that can help us scour the web for information, shop, schedule appointments, set alarms and a million other things, but also help power our smart homes and be a conduit for those that might have limited mobility.

#4 -- Cogito Originally co-founded byCEO, Joshua Feast and, Dr. Sandy Pentland,Cogito is quite possibly one of the most powerful examples of behavioral adaptation to improve the emotional intelligence of customer support representatives that exists on the market today.

#5 -- Boxever Boxever, co-founded by CEO, Dave O’Flanagan, is a company that leans heavily on machine learning to improve the customer's experience in the travel industry and deliver 'micro-moments,' or experiences that delight the customers along the way.

Based on 400 musical characteristics, each song is first manually analyzed by a team of professional musicians based on this criteria, and the system has an incredible track record for recommending songs that would otherwise go unnoticed but that people inherently love.

The Nest learning thermostat, which, by the way, can now be voice-controlled by Alexa, uses behavioral algorithms to predictively learn from your heating and cooling needs, thus anticipating and adjusting the temperature in your home or office based on your own personal needs, and also now includes a suite of other products such as the Nest cameras.

Artificial Intelligence: AI(2001)

To get one thing straight, Kubrick decided Spielberg would be the better man for directing it, and I think this was a very wise decision, many of the ideas are pure Kubrick, but Spielberg has the neccassary attributes to direct such a film, and great credit has to go to Kubrick for handing it to him.Haley Joel Osment is amazing, the robot/human emotion must be amazingly difficult to pull off effectively, but Osment does it with such relative ease to the point where you do believe he is a robot, not that he is just acting as a robot.

You may hate it, you may love it, but no matter what, it will effect your emotions in some way and you will discuss the film afterwards.This film will be truely judged in 20 years or so, when it can be assessed purely as a film, as with 'Blade Runner', '2001', and even 'The Thing', it will get better with age.

Getting Started With - AI based test automation

This video gives a quick overview of the different features of and how we use AI based learning to make your tests simpler, smarter, faster and more ...

Evanios AIOps Webinar

Evanios AIOps: Learn How to Reduce Unnecessary Alerts and Low-level Manual Decision Making From Complex IT Environments. During this 30 minute demo ...

AWS AI Services Scratch Extension Demo

Demo of AWS AI Services Scratch Extension. For more information on developing the extension, see my blog

What is AIOps and Why Do You Need it?

AIOps is a platform solution that uses smart algorithms to solve known IT issues and intelligently automate repetitive jobs Find out if your business needs AIOps.

Why You Need to Build a Chatbot Now

If you're not building a bot, you're already behind. Learn more about how bots are shaping the future of marketing: chatbots, bots, ..

Champion DevOps to NoOps with AIOps

How awesome would it be if machines resolve known and repetitive problems while humans solve new complex ones? Thanks to AIOps, that day isn't far.

Catching up on Power BI updates (Tooltips, Hololens and more)

Power BI Service and Mobile February Feature Summary ...