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AI for People with Physical Disabilities Michael Matuschek
Artificial intelligence can support, and in some cases, provide entirely new possibilities for people with physical disabilities such as impaired vision, speech disorders or missing or damaged limbs. However, providing these benefits to more people can create issues and challenges.

Smart Future on the Horizon: Cities Built on AI Wang Dongang
Smart cities promise revolutionary changes to the economy and society. AI can be used to construct many aspects of smart cities, including transportation systems, sustainable urban development, e-government systems, and smart communities. In this blog, we will show how AI technologies enable smart cities.

Building a Better AI Recommendation Engine Stephen Cassar
Have you noticed that recommendation engines aren’t that smart? Rotten Tomatoes tells you what critics and audiences think, but you might not like a movie with a 90+ rating. And, you might find a movie with a score under 30 points enjoyable. Could AI improve the odds?

Reinforcement Learning Is Advancing AI Applications Michael Matuschek
Reinforcement learning and its sub-genres of feature learning, artificial neural networks, and deep learning represent new potentials—and challenges—for AI applications aiming to achieve artificial intelligence on a human level.

5G Enables AI to Unleash Its Vast Potential Wang Jing
5G’s high bandwidth, low latency, and massive connectivity will drive the rapid AI development. Here, we illustrate the power of 5G via a few application scenarios and demonstrate how the technology can push AI to release its full potential.

Programming Decoded: AI vs. Algorithms vs. ML Stephen Cassar
Artificial intelligence, machine learning and algorithms are terms often used interchangeably. But they shouldn’t be. Let’s look at the differences, why they were created and how and when they’re used.

Sensor-based Diagnostics in Modern Medicine Christopher Gundler
With advances in sensors and artificial intelligence, objective tests, measurements, and interpretations are replacing subjective ones of days past. Such advances are also enabling testing outside of medical facilities and linking patient data to empirical studies.

Transferring Human Knowledge to AI Michael Matuschek
Customer-provided data from social-media posts, reviews, etc. provide a gold mine of insights that can guide business and product development. Sentiment analysis in artificial intelligence helps machines understand this unstructured data and interpret opinions as positive, negative, or neutral.

How AI Safety Engineering Will Transform Engineering Roman Yampolskiy
Future AI development will focus on safety and risk management throughout every part of the development process. Engineers will need AI Safety standards and account for safety in the design process, use cases, and vulnerability assessment.

Voice Control Enables Appliances to Talk and Listen Wang Jing
Learn how cloud architecture is used as the framework for the Internet of Things, cloud computing, and natural language processing to explain how voice control technology enables home appliances to obey commands and respond.

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