Artificial Intelligence / AI Reading for 07/02/2017

Why Chatbots Are Failing Your Customers “Chatbots aren’t being used to their full potential. Marketers are forcing them to perform traditional functions and, as a result, cutting themselves short. For example, they plug simple, automated responses into their messaging services instead of taking the opportunity to reimagine the entire customer…

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Artificial Intelligence / AI Reading for 05/30/2017

Google Announces Tensorflow Lite: A Neural Network Library for Mobile Phones “This new library, called Tensorflow Lite, would enable developers to run their artificial intelligence applications in real time on the phones of users. According to Burke, the library is designed to be fast and small while still enabling state-of-the-art…

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Artificial Intelligence / AI Reading for 05/29/2017

This is What Happens When a Neural Network Names Metal Bands – Geek.com tags:ai bands The AI fight is escalating: This is the IT giants’ next move | Computerworld “The [IBM] Watson range includes tools for creating chat bots, discovering patterns and structure in textual data, and extracting knowledge from…

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Math, Data Science, and Cognitive Reading for 12/12/2015

AIML – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia “AIML, or Artificial Intelligence Markup Language, is an XML dialect for creating natural language software agents.” tags: m python ai aiml AI Chat Bot in Python with AIML | DevDungeon “Artificial intelligence chat bots are easy to write in Python with the AIML package.…

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Daily Math and Data Science Reading for 08/19/2015

Beyond Just “Big” Data – IEEE Spectrum “Just how much information are we talking about here? Estimates vary widely, but big-data buffs sometimes speak of storage in units of brontobytes, a term that appears to be based on brontosaurus, one of the largest creatures ever to rattle the Earth.” tags:…

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What I’m Reading on 01/20/2015

Open source Ubuntu Core connects robots, drones and smart homes – CNET “The smallest version of the Ubuntu operating system, Snappy Ubuntu Core, is now opening up to smart devices and other Internet of Things (IoT) devices. Builders of drones, robots and smart-home kit will be able to develop, simulate…

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General Reading for 08/05/2013

Quantum Machine Learning for Big Data “In a nutshell, Lloyd’s q-app (pronounced “quapp”) encodes Google-like queries with q-bits that enable quantum computers to not only perform real-time searches through even the most gigantic databases, but which also insures their absolute privacy, since attempts to eavesdrop on the query by the…

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