CLE groups are working together to develop cameras that use artificial intelligence to slow down illegal dumping

CLEVELAND — Illegal dumping is off to a fast start in Cleveland in 2023, and so is the city in its effort to combat the perennial problem by developing monitoring systems using artificial intelligence. The city has teamed up with Cleveland State University and Case Western Reserve University through the Internet of Things, or IOT … Read more

Colorado lawmakers are looking to artificial intelligence to detect wildfires early

A helicopter drops water on the flames of the Alturas Fire across Powers Blvd. From an Amazon Distribution Center on Thursday, May 12, 2022. A bill introduced in the Colorado legislature would create a $2 million pilot program to use cameras, likely with artificial intelligence technology, in high-risk locations to help identify fires before they … Read more

10 places real estate professionals are safe from artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence will affect the real estate industry and improve efficiency in many areas. However, there are certain aspects of the industry that will remain unchanged. It’s Agent Appreciation Month here in Inman. Join us to celebrate everything the agents do all month long. Do you want full access? Take advantage of our dealer appreciation … Read more

How will Google solve the dilemma of artificial intelligence?

In the AI ​​arms race that has just broken out in the tech industry, Google, where a lot of the latest technology has been invented, should be well positioned to be one of the big winners. There’s just one problem: With politicians and regulators breathing heavily, and a business model too lucrative to defend, the … Read more

News Literacy Week: Algorithms and Artificial Intelligence

BUFFALO, NY (WKBW) — As News Literacy Week continues, our effort at 7 News, along with our parent company, Scripps, highlight the important role media plays in our society. WKBW Inside Medill University. Thursday 7 News Senior News Correspondent Eileen Buckley visited the Medill University campus to talk with students and the professor about what … Read more

How will artificial intelligence bring significant benefits to agriculture?

Driven by the rapid development of innovative technologies and partnerships between agribusiness and technology, modern agriculture is on the verge of the kind of digital transformation process we are seeing in many other industries. In fact, research predicts that by 2026, the agricultural AI market will grow by more than 25% annually to reach $4 … Read more

Cannes World Festival of Artificial Intelligence: Speakers to Watch in 2023

Paris, January 24, 2023– (Business Wire) –The Cannes World Festival of Artificial Intelligence will be held in Cannes on February 9, 10 and 11, 2023. This is the premier global event dedicated exclusively to artificial intelligence and innovative technology leaders in the field of AI and economic, human and societal issues that will influence our … Read more

The global contact center artificial intelligence market is expected to grow by $1.90 billion during the period 2021-2025, at a CAGR of 22.40% during the forecast period.

ReportLinker Global Call Center Artificial Intelligence Market 2021-2025. The analyst has been monitoring the AI ​​contact center market and it is expected to grow by $1.90 billion during 2021-2025, progressing at a CAGR of 22.40% over the forecast period. NEW YORK, Jan. 23, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the “Global Call … Read more

The FTC’s non-compete proposal, competition in ticketing services, and the effectiveness of artificial intelligence in content moderation

This week in Washington IP News, Congress is back for a light hearing including a Senate hearing on competition in live entertainment. Elsewhere, there’s a USPTO training session on the patent appeals process, and a discussion of President Biden’s technology agenda from ITIF. Tuesday 24 January Hudson Institute The Federal Trade Commission, Labor Markets, and … Read more

Meta’s chief artificial intelligence scientist says ChatGPT is “not particularly innovative” and “nothing revolutionary”

Why hasn’t the public seen programs like ChatGPT from Meta or from Google? “The answer is that both Google and Meta have a lot to lose by putting out systems that make things,” says Yann LeCun, Meta’s chief artificial intelligence scientist. collective[i] weather forecast A lot of ink has been thrown lately about the enormous … Read more