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Why AI Applications Need Purpose-Built Servers

Why AI Applications Need Purpose-Built Servers

This is why compute and storage server platforms matter: “the AI revolution that we are witnessing could not have happened without the evolution of the computing hardware and of the computing ecosystem.”

via World Economic Forum

25 Artificial Intelligence Trends to Watch in 2019

25 Artificial Intelligence Trends to Watch in 2019

Artificial intelligence is spreading across every industry. With new developments making headlines every day, it can be tough to sort out the essential news from the hype. Our analysts cut through the noise to identify 25 of the top AI trends to watch this year.”

via CB Insights

Artificial Intelligence Technology Investment will Double

Artificial Intelligence Technology Investment will Double

Worldwide spending on AI systems is forecast to reach $35.8 billion in 2019 — that’s an increase of 44 percent over the amount invested in 2018. IDC expects spending on AI systems will more than double to $79.2 billion in 2022 with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 38 percent over the 2018-2022 forecast period.

via Digital Lifescapes

U.S. Quest for the Elusive ‘AI Ninja’ Skills Set

U.S. Quest for the Elusive 'AI Ninja' Skills Set

American companies face a major skills shortage for AI engineers and other highly technical roles, yet most American students are not pursuing advanced degrees in these fields. American students earn fewer than half of the U.S. doctoral degrees in many STEM fields.

via World Economic Forum

Top 10 Artificial Intelligence Trends in 2019


New White Paper Identifies 10 Predictions for AI in 2019, Including Commercialization of New Technologies, Growth of New Application Markets, Changes in Hardware Architectures and Infrastructure, and Evolution of Business Models and Public Policy.

via Tractica

New Economic Policy for American AI Innovation

New Economic Policy for American AI Innovation

Artificial intelligence (AI) technologies could create more economic opportunity than entire industries. But AI poses threats as well and U.S. political leaders seem unaware of potential consequences. Do we need an AI czar? asks James Heskett.

via HBS

How Deep Learning Improves Machine Vision in Factories

How Deep Learning Improves Machine Vision in Factories

Factory automation is evolving, once again. Machine vision technology remains popular in the manufacturing environment, due to its proven track record of results. However, the introduction of artificial intelligence (AI) technology and machine learning applications will transform many conventional factories.

via Digital Lifescapes