Three years ago, Antonio Pietri, President and CEO of AspenTech, announced the company?s intention to pursue a new industrial strategy. At the company?s Global Users conference in Houston, Mr. Pietri announced new activities around asset optimization, analytics, and Big Data. Now, with its latest initiative, AspenTech aims to optimize asset performance in industrial process plants.
"Any year now, machine learning is poised to take online education by storm. If you?re unfamiliar with the term, machine learning is a form of artificial intelligence that helps computer systems analyze data sets while performing certain tasks, and then gradually improve performance based on that data feedback without need for further programming."?Source: LearnDashRead More
Fortinet?s threat research arm predicts cyber adversaries will exploit artificial intelligence and machine learning to launch attacks on organizations? networks and other information technology infrastructure in 2019 and beyond. Researchers from FortiGuard Labs expect cyber criminals to accelerate zero-day attacks through the use of the AI fuzzing technique, the company said Thursday. AI fuzzing works...
Apple wants Siri to become more useful to users when not connected to the internet, including the possibility of an offline mode that does not rely on a backend server to assist with voice recognition or performing the required task, one that would be entirely performed on the user's device.
Businesses are used to asking the IT staff and data scientists to analyze customer data and generate a report. But with the latest version of analytics software ThoughtSpot, users have a new option: S...
South Korea's No. 2 chipmaker SK hynix Inc. said Thursday it developed a new dynamic random-access memory (DRAM), DDR5, which comes with faster speed and improved power efficiency to meet the demand from the field of big-data, artificial-intelligence, and machine-learning.
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Facebook has been increasingly deploying smart analytics to fight off terrorist-related content on its site. By terrorism, Facebook refers only to ISIS and Al-Qaeda against which the social site major took action on 9.4 million pieces of content. Facebook removes terrorist content in less than two minutes after posted.