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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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A Technology Company Introduced Proprietary Software that Utilizes Artificial Intelligence to Optimize Distribution and Transportation Systems

Puget Technologies, Inc. (Puget; OTC PINK: PUGE), a Nevada corporation subject to reporting pursuant to Sections 13 and 15(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, announces that the companys Chief Technologies Officer (CTO), Victor Germn Quintero Toro has contributed proprietary software to Puget, subject to retained royalty…

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Finance enters the brave new world of Robotic Process Automation

"I predict that, because of artificial intelligence and its ability to automate certain tasks, .not only will we have a much wealthier civilisation, but the quality of work will go up . and a higher fraction of people will have callings and careers .." - Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon.Enter…

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Artificial intelligence could influence our choices in love and politics: Cheeky new experiment

ince the advent of the smart phone, those damned algorithms have been working to control our thoughts and feelings.For those people who are rolling their eyes at this claim, artificial intelligence – AI – is making you do that too. Any time now.In a new series of experiments, AI algorithms…

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Citizen Scientists Train Artificial Intelligence For Healthy Oceans

Ocean enthusiasts from New Zealand and around the world can contribute directly to scientific research by analysing underwater footage from marine reserves.Spyfish Aotearoa is a newly launched collaboration between the Department of Conservation (DOC) and Wildlife.AI, a charitable organisation applying artificial intelligence to conservation.Within the Spyfish website, volunteers watch 10-second…

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UN launches intelligence tool for natural capital accounting

An innovative artificial intelligence (AI) tool that will make it easier for countries to measure the contributions of nature to their economic prosperity and well-being was launched by the United Nations and the Basque Centre for Climate Change (BC3).Developed by the Statistics Division of the United Nations Department of Economic…

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Why brands should use AI to create more effective influencer campaigns

For a layperson, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a buzzword. Useful in the tech field but just a label in others. It is not. Artificial intelligence is an underutilised technology that can create greater value for brands.It has the potential to answer and solve the lion’s share of challenges in influencer…

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Cognicor Launches Three New AI-powered Digital Assistants For Wealth Management Firms And Financial Advisers

CogniCor, a provider of artificial intelligence-powered digital assistants for the wealth management industry, has launched three new digital assistant modules to help wealth management firms support their employees and advisors with scalable solutions to their most labour-intensive and time-consuming operational issues and raise the efficiency and productivity of firms’ internal…

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Artificial Intelligence grading your ‘neuroticism’? Welcome to colleges’ new frontier

Students newly accepted by colleges and universities this spring are being deluged by emails and texts in the hope that they will put down their deposits and enroll. If they have questions about deadlines, financial aid and even where to eat on campus, they can get instant answers.The messages are…

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