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AI startup Gather uses drones and computer vision for warehouse inventory

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Gather, a company that uses autonomous drones for warehouse inventory, launched out of stealth today. Founded in 2017, the company of about 10 employees is...
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AI in Action E30: Susan Kelly, Assistant Network Manager at Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet

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Welcome to episode 30 of AI in Action, the podcast that breaks down the hype and explores the impact that Data Science, Machine Learning and...
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AI takes advantage of existing mammography scans to make a cancer diagnosis

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It’s a well-established fact that mammography reduces breast cancer mortality. The high rate of false-positive recalls associated with alternative screenings has accelerated the development of...
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One robot per employee: UiPath’s automation-first approach leads fast-growing RPA market

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Artificial intelligence has propelled many enterprise sectors, but perhaps none faster than the field of robotic process automation, or RPA. A recent Gartner Inc. report...
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How Royal Caribbean is using computer vision to track buffet crowds on its ships

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Royal Carribean’s Spectrum of the Seas — the third-largest class of cruise ship in the world by gross tonnage — can accommodate over 6,000 people...
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Facial Recognition Tech Is Growing Stronger, Thanks to Your Face

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SAN FRANCISCO — Dozens of databases of people’s faces are being compiled without their knowledge by companies and researchers, with many of the images then...
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ICE Used Facial Recognition to Mine State Driver’s License Databases

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WASHINGTON — Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials have mined state driver’s license databases using facial recognition technology, analyzing millions of motorists’ photos without their knowledge....
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The Computer Vision nominees for the Transform AI Innovation Awards

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To cap off our AI-focused Transform 2019 event, taking place July 10-11 in San Francisco, VentureBeat will recognize and award emergent, compelling, and influential work...