Top schools for AI: New study ranks the leading U.S. artificial intelligence grad programs
Artificial intelligence is poised to become one of the most disruptive technologies of the century. A new study of the top graduate programs for artificial intelligence, part of the closely watched U.S. News & World Report rankings, reveals which universities are poised to lead this revolution.
Here are the top five graduate-level artificial intelligence programs, according to the report:
- Carnegie Mellon University
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Stanford University
- University of California — Berkeley
- University of Washington
ROBO Robotics, AI and Automation ETF Delivers Broad Exposure
ROBO Global, Symbol : ROBO (Nasdaq) is an index, advisory, and research company focused 100% on helping investors capture the unique opportunities of fast-growing robotics, automation, and artificial intelligence (RAAI) companies around the world. ROBO Global is approaching $4 billion in total assets under management, and the ROBO ETF has roughly $2.3 billion in assets .
2018-03-23 00:00:00 https://www.forbes.com/sites/juliecooling/2018/03/23/robo-robotics-ai-and-automation-etf-delivers-broad-exposure/
CloudQuant Thoughts: This symbol has been trading since October 2013, its average volume started to rise early 2017 but has fallen off since early February, in the same period its price rose from the mid $20s to the mid $40s. Why not build your own group of symbols in CloudQuant and see if you can beat its performance?
AVBytes AI & ML Developments this week
- IBM’s Machine Learning Library is 46 Times Faster than TensorFlow!
- Baidu has Released a Gigantic Self-Driving Dataset named ApolloScape
- Amazon Unveils the Technology Behind the AWS SageMaker
- IBM Launches Deep Learning as a Service for ML and AI Developers
- SAS’s Machine Learning Model Ranks the Best Places to Live in the World
- West Perth, Australia
- Feijenoord, Rotterdam, Netherlands
- New York, NY, United States
- Sandy Bay, Australia
- Hebden Bridge, United Kingdom
- Google is Using Deep Learning to Make Computers Better with Age!
2018-03-26 09:58:03+05:30 https://www.analyticsvidhya.com/blog/2018/03/avbytes-ai-ml-developments-this-week-260318/
CloudQuant Thoughts: Electric cars get more efficient with age as our Electricity grid gets more efficient, now Google Deep Learning is making our old computers faster by working out what to pre-fetch, the future looks rosy! I’m not so sure about that “Best Places to Live” Machine Learning, where is Austin?
Affectiva emotion tracking AI for drivers
Affectiva announced the launch, March 21st 2018, of its Automotive AI service that lets creators of autonomous vehicles and other transportation systems track users’ emotional response.
An MIT Media Lab spinoff, Affectiva launched a voice analysis tool last year for the makers of AI assistants and social robots, but its computing services have been available to marketers and advertisers since 2010.
Affectiva can pick up emotions like joy, surprise, fear, or anger from a person’s face and things like laughter and arousal levels from their voice.
Link : https://venturebeat.com/2018/03/21/affectiva-launches-emotion-tracking-ai-for-drivers-in-autonomous-vehicles/
CloudQuant Thoughts: As you develop ML systems and then watch these video-based ML systems you can immediately see their features and how well they are working. In this demonstration they seem to be working so well I am worried about my insurance rates!
Amy Webb : For the sake of us all, AI practitioners need a Hippocratic oath
Last week at SXSW, renowned futurist Amy Webb rolled out her 2018 Tech Trends Report, which focused heavily on artificial intelligence.
China plans to become the world leader in AI by 2030, but Webb’s presentation warned that the nation, spurred on by heavy investment and the biggest data-generating population in the world, is poised to become the “unchallenged AI hegemon” this year.
2018-03-23 00:00:00 https://venturebeat.com/2018/03/23/ai-weekly-for-the-sake-of-us-all-ai-practitioners-need-a-hippocratic-oath/
CloudQuant Thoughts: The 2018 Tech Trends Report and the Design in Tech 2018 report both launched at SXSW last week are both fantastic reads, well worth your time. The audio for Amy’s presentation is available here.
Buff Jeff Bezos and his robot dog get the tech party started at Amazon’s MARS fest
Amazon’s invitation-only conference on machine learning, automation, robotics and space exploration, also known as MARS, has become an annual tradition marked by billionaire CEO Jeff Bezos’ high-tech high jinks.
Last year, Bezos kicked off the Palm Springs meet-up by taking the controls of a giant robot. Today, he showed up as “Buff Bezos,” accompanied by Boston Dynamics’ four-legged, anxiety-inducing SpotMini robot.
2018-03-19 22:33:01+00:00 https://www.geekwire.com/2018/buff-jeff-bezos-robot-dog-get-tech-party-started-amazons-mars-fest/#disqus_thread
CloudQuant Thoughts: I had to post this one.
The Promise and Pitfalls AI and Machine Learning for Trading
JLN talks to four leaders in AI about the common misconceptions surrounding the world of ML and AI.
Video in the link: https://cloudquant.com/2018/03/myths/
The Application of AI to Trading & Investing
April 19, 2018 at 4:30 PM – Cboe – 400 S. LaSalle – Chicago, IL 60605
Come and listen to a distinguished panel of experts explain how artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming the trading and investing landscape.
To register, follow this link: https://cloudquant.com/2018/03/fintank-ai/