Autonomous cars must process terabytes of data to understand road conditions and drive safely. We look at the key data as these vehicles roll down the road.
The future is bright for data-enabled intelligence such as machine learning and AI as we move towards smarter use of the information we create and capture. The more data the merrier when it comes to predictive technologies that are changing the way we live, work and play.
Telescopes and satellites have enabled humans to explore deep space: from newly formed stars and galaxies to black holes. Now, data could help people search
* Revised on June 7th, 2019 From the moment they are born, children soak up information from the world around them. Those who grow up
Can a person’s DNA help guide how their disease is treated? Through the use of big data and machine learning in precision medicine, the answer
Is machine learning the same as AI? And where does deep learning fit in the picture? In this blog post, we’ll fill you in on four basic concepts of what machine learning is — and isn’t — so you can start to grasp how this important technique works.
To combat future devastation, scientists across the public and private sectors are turning to data-driven technologies and machine learning to better detect wildfires before they spread.
With the help of data-backed AI-powered algorithms, subscription services allow consumers to skip the endless scrolling, while the companies avoid waste and cut costs by learning precisely what each of their customers want.
The television industry is being turned on its head by video streaming services that use machine learning (ML) to make entertainment more personalized, accessible, and
“We are creating tools that help clinicians transform data into actionable insights.” — Minnan Xu illuminates the work of Philips Healthcare in the video above.