Twitter has long offered a way for brands or researchers to analyze events, sentiment and customer service. But an enterprise version for big brands was too expensive for developers, while a free version didn’t provide enough data. So the company...
IBM said Friday it has created a prototype 50 qubit quantum computer. A machine this size is believed to be close to the threshold at which it could perform tasks beyond the reach of conventional supercomputers.
The foundation announced Acumos Project, initiated by AT&T and India-based Tech Mahindra.
The internet giant is actively promoting TensorFlow, software that makes it easier to build AI systems, as a way to forge business ties in the world’s largest online market.
Facial recognition technology has attracted keen interest from government authorities in China who want to be able to detect crimes and threats to social stability before they take place.
Even those bullish on technology, including Google itself, think it will be another decade before either error-corrected or error-free quantum computing is possible.
The Information Technology Industry Council released “AI Principles,” spelling out how governments should approach AI.
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