One of Nvidia's first deep learning in finance lab courses will be taking place on December 5 at Newsweek's AI and Data Science in Capital Markets event.
Google's AI is so smart it doesn't need any help from humans.
Service members disclosed more symptoms when speaking with a computerized "virtual human."
The VR system could help employ jobless videogamers by “game-ifying” manufacturing positions.
IBM's Watson is used for customer service as well as to cull match highlights.
To kick off the school year, Vladimir Putin donned his professorial hat and covered quite a few topics in a lecture to Russia's youth.
In fintech as in sport, incorporating new tactics and tools is key to staying ahead of the competition. Today, that means applying algorithms and deep learning to market data.
The photo-sharing site is bringing a new, unintended dimension to how data firms can measure product popularity and decide where to invest.
The U.S., Russia and China are all looking to surpass each other with military innovations such as missiles and drones that use artificial intelligence.
Robots and Artificial Intelligence taking people’s jobs is a well-worn narrative. But an equally worrying trend in the age of big-data concerns is access to information, which in the world of capital markets decides who makes money and who doesn’t.
The reality of brain augmentation—where intelligence is enhanced by brain implants—could be part of everyday life by 2030.
Scientists have learned to use artificial intelligence to understand the facial expressions of sheep and figure out when they're in pain.
A new study finds that computers can acquire the same prejudices as people—linking male names with work, math and science, and female names with family and the arts.