Here are 5 LMS automation features that help eLearning businesses scale up by saving time and money. [Read more…] about How to Automate eLearning Process: 5 Features to Save Time and Money
Data labeling is the process of identifying and tagging items in data samples. The process can be manual or through designated software. The labels tagged on the different class items must be unique, descriptive, and independent to provide a unique sequence, also called an algorithm.
In machine learning, data labeling adds meaningful labels to the identified raw data so that the machine learning model can learn from the data.
Image annotation tools are software that simplifies the process of data annotation and labeling through structured datasets that are used to train computer vision algorithms. You can use the tools on any form of raw data, such as texts, images, databases, and formats such as PowerPoint presentations or whiteboards. [Read more…] about What is Data Labeling, and Why is it Important to Artificial Intelligence?
Nvidia researchers show how training in simulation enables the transfer of complex manipulation skills to a robot hand with project DeXtreme
The human hand is one of the most remarkable outcomes of millions of years of evolution. The ability to pick up all sorts of objects and use them as tools is a crucial differentiator allowing us to shape the world around us.
For robots to work in the everyday human world, the ability to deftly interact with our tools and the environment around them is critical. Without that capability, they will continue to be useful only in specialized domains such as factories or warehouses.
While it has been possible to teach robots with legs how to walk for some time, robots with hands have generally proven to be much trickier to control. A hand with fingers has more joints, and they must move in specific coordinated ways to accomplish a given task. [Read more…] about Reinforcing the value of simulation: Teaching dexterity to a real robot hand
Factors such as a rise in consumerism and eCommerce have contributed to the rapid growth being experienced in the warehouse market globally. Along with this growth, warehouses are also being increasingly automated for increased efficiency and productivity.
This warehouse automation guide will explore some technologies that are changing the future of warehouse automation. Read on. [Read more…] about 8 Technologies Changing the Future of Warehouse Automation
Today, nearly every part of life is flooded with innovations, technology, and tools. The necessity for perpetual knowledge upgrading has been felt frequently in the corporate sector, which is not untouched by this development.
Employees must be up to speed on all the required tools and abilities to do their tasks effectively. Employees must improve their talents to complete their work effectively and successfully.
Not only that, but our growing reliance on mobile devices like smartphones, tablets, and laptops has necessitated a change toward making learning possible with the aid of technology. As a result, learning must adapt to the current environment’s shift to these electronic resources. [Read more…] about Why Using eLearning in Your Business Is Something You Should Think About
Artificial intelligence is no longer the sole domain of science fiction. Machine learning can be found in your cell phone, car, the internet, and the offline world. Machine learning looks for patterns to build the next generation of AI.
Any correct guesses are then recorded. This replication process is repeated until the algorithm is self-sufficient. However, there are drawbacks to this form of educational technology, the most obvious of which are our privacy, security, and individuality.
Artificial intelligence can gather information invisibly and access individuals’ private data worldwide. The wealthy and powerful can exploit AI. Currently, it assists governments in developing innovative strategies for censoring online information. [Read more…] about What Impact Does Artificial Intelligence Have on VPN Technology?
Which learning approach is most efficient for learners taking an online training course? There are, of course, contrasting choices: synchronous and asynchronous approaches.
Learners and instructors in a synchronous learning environment share the same physical space. This could take the form of actual classroom sessions or virtual ones held in real-time online.
Conversely, asynchronous learning refers to any form of instruction where learners and instructors are not physically present together. Training in this format does not necessitate live communication between the instructors and learners. [Read more…] about Tips for Offering an Effective Asynchronous Learning Experience
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is sending $1 million in federal funding to Plymouth State University (PSU) to aid in the construction of a new robotics laboratory to be located on the fourth floor of the Draper & Maynard Building at the Plymouth campus.
In fall 2021, PSU became the first New Hampshire institution to offer a Bachelor of Science in Robotics degree program.
PSU President Donald L. Birx, PhD says the university plans to use the funds to develop the next generation robotics workforce and machine-learning manufacturers with a new, state-of-the-art robotics lab. [Read more…] about Plymouth State University receives $1 million funding for new robotics lab
By Yevhen Krasnokutsky, AI/ML Solution Architect at MobiDev
Fintech startups are flourishing since our lives shifted to an online format. Statista reveals that as of November 2021, there were 10,755 startups in the Americas alone.
This number is still growing in 2022, and that’s why traditional financial companies encounter difficulties trying to withstand competition and remain effective. By adopting machine learning solutions, such companies can optimize main business processes and foster customer loyalty.
So, in this article, we’re going to lift the curtain on machine learning (ML) approaches that enable process automation. [Read more…] about A Quick Guide to Financial Process Automation with Machine Learning
US drivers may be treating their partially-autonomous vehicles as fully self-driving, according to a new study.
Research shows that owners of advanced systems, such as General Motors’ Super Cruise or Tesla’s Autopilot, believe that these technologies have more capabilities than they actually do.
Academics are concerned that such findings could lead to more unnecessary collisions in the future. [Read more…] about Study Shows US Drivers Believe Partially Automated Vehicles Are Fully Self-Driving