The Evolution of Reinforcement Learning: From Chess to Real-World Applications

Reinforcement learning, a key branch of machine learning, has witnessed an extraordinary journey of evolution and application. Initially popularized through games like chess, where AI algorithms learned and mastered complex strategies, reinforcement learning has now transcended into a multitude of real-world applications, reshaping industries and impacting lives globally.

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Should We Fear Artificial Intelligence?

Aug 12

There are a lot of people out there who are afraid that teaching machines to think like humans will eventually lead the machines we build and develop to overtake humans. They ask themselves if we will be safe in a world full of robots who are being educated to overcome human intelligence.

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It’s the Future of AI in Restaurants

Jul 01

Restaurants are starting to open up at limited capacity as vaccines roll out, and cities start easing restrictions. If you compare going out to eat in 2021 with going out to eat in 2019, several things stand out. First, because of COVID-19, you probably need to make reservations if they want to sit in a restaurant that’s only operating at 30 percent capacity. Second, when you’re seated, you might feel protected by the plexiglass that sits between tables.

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How an AI Camera is Ensuring Food Safety

Jun 25

Artificial intelligence has provided quality control for companies in the food services industry for a while now. For example, cameras can be used to quality check produce, read date codes on the bottoms of canned goods, and check for leaks in food packaging.

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Using Deep Learning to Control Unconsciousness Level of Patients in an Anesthetic State

May 02

Anesthesia has been a part of medicine since the 1800s and has become an essential part of healthcare. Thanks to anesthesia, doctors can perform more invasive procedures that can save lives and improve our livelihood. Even something as ordinary as getting a root canal can be made better with the help of sedation.

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Here’s How Casinos Are Using AI

Apr 24

In-person casinos and online gaming platforms are using AI in unique ways to improve the gaming experience. In addition to helping players have fun (and, thus, spend more money at a slot machine or table), casinos and online gaming platforms use AI to keep players’ information secure and even identify signs of gambling addiction.

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How Can We Use AI in Logistics and Supply Chain Management?

Apr 02

There is tremendous potential for using AI in supply chain and logistics management. Early adopters in logistics and transportation already see increased profit margins by as much as five percent. AI has allowed them to cut down on shipping costs and time dramatically. Meanwhile, those still holding out on AI are in the red, unable to catch up to their more technologically advanced competitors.

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COVID-19 scenario planning using Artificial Intelligence

Feb 25

With over 6 million confirmed cases worldwide, the global COVID-19 pandemic has had a tremendous impact on our day-to-day lives. The main reason for this is that — in order to minimize the spreading of the virus — governments from all over the world had to implement drastic measures. These include shutting down schools and shops, canceling large public events, and even going in a full-blown lockdown at some stage during this crisis.

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What Are The Challenges of Using AI For Citizens And Immigration Services

Feb 02

Governments worldwide have started embracing AI technology and how it can help them serve their citizens. With AI, government agencies and departments can become more efficient as they work to provide their citizens with access to resources and information to improve their lives.

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Is AI Already an Essential Part of Content Marketing?

Jan 21

AI tools can transform the entire marketing production process, helping marketing teams make data-driven decisions about what to write, who to write for, and how to reach readers as effectively as possible. Tools like Smart Compose from Gmail are already producing short-form content that replicates a human tone.

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