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AI put to work at SA’s largest port

Flinders Ports has an ambition – to make it as easy as possible to move containers back and forth as they work their way through South Australia’s major logistics hub. So it is perhaps poetic that the Adelaide company has brought artificial intelligence to bear, to crunch the numbers on…

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A Company Applies Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to Simplify Expense Auditing

The pandemic has brought about significant changes in employee spend and expense behavior. As workers transitioned from the office to working from home, uncertainty about what was an allowable expense led to accidental policy violations for many companies. In fact, we see in SAP Concur data that the proportion of…

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Patent Protection Filed For Invention Devices Generated By AI

The proliferation of artificial intelligence (AI) into new and unexpected aspects of modern life turned a new corner in recent months when patent applications were filed in the United States, Europe, the United Kingdom, and with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) on behalf of an AI machine named "DABUS"…

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Researchers Use Artificial Intelligence to Determine Extent of Damage in Kidney Disease

Researchers from Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) have developed a novel artificial intelligence (AI) tool to predict the grade of interstitial fibrosis and tubular atrophy (IFTA), a known structural correlate of progressive and chronic kidney disease.Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is caused by diabetes and hypertension. In 2017, the global…

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Using machine learning to predict high-impact research

An artificial intelligence framework built by MIT researchers can give an 'early-alert' signal for future high-impact technologies, by learning from patterns gleaned from previous scientific publications.In a retrospective test of its capabilities, DELPHI, short for Dynamic Early-warning by Learning to Predict High Impact, was able to identify all pioneering papers…

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Yahoo Japan offers free AI that allow clients to censor comments

Yahoo Japan has begun providing to clients, and even its rivals, a free service that uses artificial intelligence to determine if comments posted in Japanese on online forums are appropriate to its clients.The service will then allow the client companies to delete the posts or warn writers if they are…

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LG’s research lab aims to develop super-giant AI resembling human brain

The artificial intelligence research laboratory of South Korea's LG Group unveiled the goal of developing a super-giant AI platform that resembles a human brain structure and can deduce data and understand images and videos as well as language in a three-year project that would cost more than $100 million.LG AI…

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New Creation Could Give Robots Human-Like Sense of Touch

Robots and machines are getting smarter with the advancement of artificial intelligence, but they still lack the ability to touch and feel their subtle and complex surroundings like human beings. Now, researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) have invented a smart foam that can give machines more than…

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A southern port city is South Korea was selected for state project to demonstrate AI-based marine logistics platform

The southern port city of Ulsan was selected to host a 43 billion won ($38 million) state project that aims to demonstrate and test the efficacy of an artificial intelligence-based marine logistics platform. When commercialized, the platform will help the digital transformation of ports to increase work efficiency and cargo processing…

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How a financial company uses AI to approve auto loans

Ally Financial says it has found a way to take much of the manual work out of processing auto loan applications. It's using artificial intelligence software developed by a San Francisco fintech called Informed that verifies documents and data in real time. The technology extracts data points from loan documents…

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