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Supervised learning as the name indicates the presence of a supervisor as a teacher.  Basically supervised learning is a learning in which we teach or train the machine using data which is well labeled that means some data is already tagged with the correct answer. After that, the machine is provided with a new set of examples(data) so that supervised learning algorithm analyses the training data(set of training examples) and produces a correct outcome from labeled data.  For instance, suppose you are given an basket filled with different kinds of fruits. Now the first step is to train the machine with all different fruits one by one like this:  If shape of object is rounded and depression at top having color Red then it will be labelled as –Apple.  If shape of object is long curving cylinder having color Green-Yellow then it will be labelled as –Banana.  Now suppose after training the data, you have given a new separate fruit say Banana from basket and asked to identify it.  Since the machine has already learned the things from previous data and this time have to use it wisely. It will first classify the fruit with its shape and color and would confirm the fruit name as BANANA and put it in Banana category. Thus the machine learns the things from training data(basket containing fruits) and then apply the knowledge to test data(new fruit). #ai #artificialintelligence #machinelearning #ml #python #datascience #datascientist #tensorflow #deeplearning #robot #cyberhawkai #cyberhawksecurity #neuralnetwork #news #programming #programmer #programmers #developerlife #softwareengineer #softwaredevelopment #informationtechnology #computerscience #developers @cyberhawkai @cyberhawksecurity
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#love #smartminds & #kind #hearts  Speaking to my expert #datascientist colleague and friend reviewing #machinelearning w #rstudio , #microsoft , #azure #ml #studio, and #datafactory. Connecting #salesforce and #sql #data . Implemented #datascience #experiments  It’s a fun #present and #future @graves_intelligence  #gravesintelligence #gravesi .com
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🎼🤖Enjoy the funky tuned of #artificialintelligence composed #eurovision that I found browsing LinkedIn... Video by @sulkybunny 😯 Sounds much better than I expected.. ☺️ Have a wonderful day y'all!! #drctakeover
...confirmed match! We found him. Great cartoon. As always. Bravo @futurism  By LK + LM _ A facial recognition system is a technology capable of identifying or verifying a person from a digital image or a video frame from a video source. Face recognition technology can be implemented as an independent application or integrated into new or existing solutions face recognition ensures high performance and reliability for live face detection, face matching and multiple face detection _ How a simple facial recognition application works The software identifies 80 nodal points on a human face. In this context, nodal points are endpoints used to measure variables of a person’s face, such as the length or width of the nose, the depth of the eye sockets and the shape of the cheekbones. The system works by capturing data for nodal points on a digital image of an individual’s face and storing the resulting data as a faceprint. The faceprint is then used as a basis for comparison with data captured from faces in an image or video. Even though the facial recognition system only uses 80 nodal points, it can quickly and accurately identify target individuals when the conditions are favorable. However, if the subject’s face is partially obscured or in profile rather than facing forward, or if the light is insufficient, this type of software is less reliable. _ #facerecognition #ai #machinelearning #futurism #cartoon #cartoonist #illustration #safety #security #privacy #technology #facialrecognitionsoftware #machinevision #faceprint #gesturerecognition #ipsurveillance #intelligentvideo #camera #facialrecognitionsystems #data #identity #waldo #whereiswaldo #tnycartoons #cartoonporn #cartoons #whereiswally #dondeestawally #wally #cartoonistsofinstagram
Machine Learning on Cloud ML Engine! #machinelearning #google #tensorflow
#abstract #abstractphotography #neuralstyletransfer #lakeworthstreetpaintingfestival #generativeart #machinelearning  Here are two more experimental style transfer examples using my photos as both content and style source. Using a different algorithm from previous postings.
Mini machine. . #machinelearning #cinema4dart
Facebook yesterday released further details about its highly touted cryptocurrency. Dubbed GlobalCoin, this is the trojan horse that will bring blockchain adoption to the masses, according to José Maria Macedo, Head of Advisory at blockchain advisory firm, AmaZix. Facebook’s 2.4 billion monthly users will be able to change dollars and other international currencies into digital coins, which could then be used to make payments or transfer money without needing a bank account. With an audience 2.32 billion monthly active users, Facebook is the largest social media on the planet. “Facebook thus serves as a de facto authority over the public square, arbitrating a worldwide exchange of information as well as overseeing the security of the individuals and communities who entrust their ideas, work, and private data to this platform. Facebook also collects, aggregates, and sells user information as a matter of business. Its business model allows governments and businesses alike to use its algorithmically conjured advertising categories as sophisticated data-mining and surveillance tools. Facebook has robust AI filtering algorithms running directly on users’ phones for images and text, it will face increasing pressure to analyze video as well, beyond its current reliance on content hashing. If it connected those filters directly to a user’s phone microphone they could identify who has watched the video no matter what medium they consumed it through. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 4 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook yesterday released further details about its highly touted cryptocurrency. Dubbed GlobalCoin, this is the trojan horse that will bring blockchain adoption to the masses, according to José Maria Macedo, Head of Advisory at blockchain advisory firm, AmaZix. Facebook’s 2.4 billion monthly users will be able to change dollars and other international currencies into digital coins, which could then be used to make payments or transfer money without needing a bank account. With an audience 2.32 billion monthly active users, Facebook is the largest social media on the planet. “Facebook thus serves as a de facto authority over the public square, arbitrating a worldwide exchange of information as well as overseeing the security of the individuals and communities who entrust their ideas, work, and private data to this platform. Facebook also collects, aggregates, and sells user information as a matter of business. Its business model allows governments and businesses alike to use its algorithmically conjured advertising categories as sophisticated data-mining and surveillance tools. Facebook has robust AI filtering algorithms running directly on users’ phones for images and text, it will face increasing pressure to analyze video as well, beyond its current reliance on content hashing. If it connected those filters directly to a user’s phone microphone they could identify who has watched the video no matter what medium they consumed it through. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 5 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook yesterday released further details about its highly touted cryptocurrency. Dubbed GlobalCoin, this is the trojan horse that will bring blockchain adoption to the masses, according to José Maria Macedo, Head of Advisory at blockchain advisory firm, AmaZix. Facebook’s 2.4 billion monthly users will be able to change dollars and other international currencies into digital coins, which could then be used to make payments or transfer money without needing a bank account. With an audience 2.32 billion monthly active users, Facebook is the largest social media on the planet. “Facebook thus serves as a de facto authority over the public square, arbitrating a worldwide exchange of information as well as overseeing the security of the individuals and communities who entrust their ideas, work, and private data to this platform. Facebook also collects, aggregates, and sells user information as a matter of business. Its business model allows governments and businesses alike to use its algorithmically conjured advertising categories as sophisticated data-mining and surveillance tools. Facebook has robust AI filtering algorithms running directly on users’ phones for images and text, it will face increasing pressure to analyze video as well, beyond its current reliance on content hashing. If it connected those filters directly to a user’s phone microphone they could identify who has watched the video no matter what medium they consumed it through. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 6 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook yesterday released further details about its highly touted cryptocurrency. Dubbed GlobalCoin, this is the trojan horse that will bring blockchain adoption to the masses, according to José Maria Macedo, Head of Advisory at blockchain advisory firm, AmaZix. Facebook’s 2.4 billion monthly users will be able to change dollars and other international currencies into digital coins, which could then be used to make payments or transfer money without needing a bank account. With an audience 2.32 billion monthly active users, Facebook is the largest social media on the planet. “Facebook thus serves as a de facto authority over the public square, arbitrating a worldwide exchange of information as well as overseeing the security of the individuals and communities who entrust their ideas, work, and private data to this platform. Facebook also collects, aggregates, and sells user information as a matter of business. Its business model allows governments and businesses alike to use its algorithmically conjured advertising categories as sophisticated data-mining and surveillance tools. Facebook has robust AI filtering algorithms running directly on users’ phones for images and text, it will face increasing pressure to analyze video as well, beyond its current reliance on content hashing. If it connected those filters directly to a user’s phone microphone they could identify who has watched the video no matter what medium they consumed it through. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 1 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook yesterday released further details about its highly touted cryptocurrency. Dubbed GlobalCoin, this is the trojan horse that will bring blockchain adoption to the masses, according to José Maria Macedo, Head of Advisory at blockchain advisory firm, AmaZix. Facebook’s 2.4 billion monthly users will be able to change dollars and other international currencies into digital coins, which could then be used to make payments or transfer money without needing a bank account. With an audience 2.32 billion monthly active users, Facebook is the largest social media on the planet. “Facebook thus serves as a de facto authority over the public square, arbitrating a worldwide exchange of information as well as overseeing the security of the individuals and communities who entrust their ideas, work, and private data to this platform. Facebook also collects, aggregates, and sells user information as a matter of business. Its business model allows governments and businesses alike to use its algorithmically conjured advertising categories as sophisticated data-mining and surveillance tools. Facebook has robust AI filtering algorithms running directly on users’ phones for images and text, it will face increasing pressure to analyze video as well, beyond its current reliance on content hashing. If it connected those filters directly to a user’s phone microphone they could identify who has watched the video no matter what medium they consumed it through. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 2 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook yesterday released further details about its highly touted cryptocurrency. Dubbed GlobalCoin, this is the trojan horse that will bring blockchain adoption to the masses, according to José Maria Macedo, Head of Advisory at blockchain advisory firm, AmaZix. Facebook’s 2.4 billion monthly users will be able to change dollars and other international currencies into digital coins, which could then be used to make payments or transfer money without needing a bank account. With an audience 2.32 billion monthly active users, Facebook is the largest social media on the planet. “Facebook thus serves as a de facto authority over the public square, arbitrating a worldwide exchange of information as well as overseeing the security of the individuals and communities who entrust their ideas, work, and private data to this platform. Facebook also collects, aggregates, and sells user information as a matter of business. Its business model allows governments and businesses alike to use its algorithmically conjured advertising categories as sophisticated data-mining and surveillance tools. Facebook has robust AI filtering algorithms running directly on users’ phones for images and text, it will face increasing pressure to analyze video as well, beyond its current reliance on content hashing. If it connected those filters directly to a user’s phone microphone they could identify who has watched the video no matter what medium they consumed it through. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 3 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g #4thindustrialrevolution
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In tech, as with in anything else, in order to truly #levelup you can’t wait for the knowledge or information to COME to you, YOU have to go out and SEEK IT!!! You can’t depend on all of your learning to occur within a school, camp, or special program; that is simply just the base!! You have to seek knowledge on your own through researching, watching videos, reading, reaching, experiencing, and seeking out knowledge by any means necessary. — Are you ready for that? Learn about computer science and all that it entails!! * * * #cantstopwontstop #techentrepreneur #disruptivetechnology #coding #fortheculture #machinelearning #artificialintelligence #augmentedreality #augmentation #blockchaintechnology #blockchain #cybersecurity #codingforkids #kidswhocode #blackgirlscode #technology #kidsintechnology #technologyeducation #iteachtech #javascript #csharp #cplusplus #swift #python #udemy
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Yesterday, at Machine Leaening conference, Subotica, I had a blast holding an extensive workshop - Deep Learning for Computer Vision. Thank you @infostudhub for being such a great host! 😊  #machinelearning #neuralnetworks #conference #workshop #deeplearning #tensorflow #python #artificialintelligence #ai  #ml #tf2 #keras
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Ford Motor Co. is testing delivery robots that could one day replace human workers. Ford is teaming up with Agility Robotics to explore a brand-new frontier in the world of autonomy, to pilot the feasibility of having robots and autonomous vehicles deliver packages to houses and businesses. Digit, a two-legged robot designed and built by Agility Robotics to not only approximate the look of a human but to walk like one, too. Built out of lightweight material and capable of lifting packages that weigh up to 40 pounds, Digit can go up and down stairs, walk naturally through uneven terrain, and even react to things like being bumped without losing its balance and falling over. Digit’s design also allows it to tightly fold itself up for easy storage in the back of a self-driving vehicle until it’s called into action. Once a self-driving car arrives at its destination, Digit can be deployed to grab a package from the vehicle and carry out the final step in the delivery process. (📸: Ford Motor Co.) . Credit: Forbes . #artificialintelligence #machinelearning #industry #data #deeplearning #datascience #ai #technology #tech #impact #startup #futuretech #future #innovation #revolution #ford #delivery #business #entrepreneur #startuplife #airevolution #datascientists #developer #coding #programming #programmer #walk #skills
Amazon.com shareholders overwhelmingly rejected a proposal that the company stop selling facial recognition technology to government agencies, while a resolution to audit the service drew more support, a regulatory filing on Friday showed. Amazon's marketing of facial recognition has resulted in intense scrutiny, and researchers have said its technology struggled to identify the gender of individuals with darker skin, prompting fears of unjust arrests. Some 2.4% of votes were in favor of the ban. A second proposal that called for a study of the extent to which Amazon's "Rekognition" service harmed civil rights and privacy garnered 27.5% support. Amazon's sale of the technology to law enforcement in Oregon and Florida has put the company at the center of a growing U.S. debate over facial recognition, with critics warning of false matches and arrests and proponents arguing it keeps the public safe. Amazon has defended its work and said all users must follow the law. These and other Amazon resolutions by shareholders faced an uphill battle to winning majority support, with Amazon's board recommending against them and founder and Chief Executive Jeff Bezoscontrolling 16% of the stock and voting rights. Calculation of support was based on the total votes for, against and abstaining. The tallies excluded broker non-votes. Law enforcement in the United States have used facial recognition for years, and vendors of the technology have abounded, including France's Idemia, Japan's NEC and newer entrants like Israel's AnyVision and Microsoft, which has called for regulation in recent months. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 10 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning
Amazon.com shareholders overwhelmingly rejected a proposal that the company stop selling facial recognition technology to government agencies, while a resolution to audit the service drew more support, a regulatory filing on Friday showed. Amazon's marketing of facial recognition has resulted in intense scrutiny, and researchers have said its technology struggled to identify the gender of individuals with darker skin, prompting fears of unjust arrests. Some 2.4% of votes were in favor of the ban. A second proposal that called for a study of the extent to which Amazon's "Rekognition" service harmed civil rights and privacy garnered 27.5% support. Amazon's sale of the technology to law enforcement in Oregon and Florida has put the company at the center of a growing U.S. debate over facial recognition, with critics warning of false matches and arrests and proponents arguing it keeps the public safe. Amazon has defended its work and said all users must follow the law. These and other Amazon resolutions by shareholders faced an uphill battle to winning majority support, with Amazon's board recommending against them and founder and Chief Executive Jeff Bezoscontrolling 16% of the stock and voting rights. Calculation of support was based on the total votes for, against and abstaining. The tallies excluded broker non-votes. Law enforcement in the United States have used facial recognition for years, and vendors of the technology have abounded, including France's Idemia, Japan's NEC and newer entrants like Israel's AnyVision and Microsoft, which has called for regulation in recent months. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 11 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning
Amazon.com shareholders overwhelmingly rejected a proposal that the company stop selling facial recognition technology to government agencies, while a resolution to audit the service drew more support, a regulatory filing on Friday showed. Amazon's marketing of facial recognition has resulted in intense scrutiny, and researchers have said its technology struggled to identify the gender of individuals with darker skin, prompting fears of unjust arrests. Some 2.4% of votes were in favor of the ban. A second proposal that called for a study of the extent to which Amazon's "Rekognition" service harmed civil rights and privacy garnered 27.5% support. Amazon's sale of the technology to law enforcement in Oregon and Florida has put the company at the center of a growing U.S. debate over facial recognition, with critics warning of false matches and arrests and proponents arguing it keeps the public safe. Amazon has defended its work and said all users must follow the law. These and other Amazon resolutions by shareholders faced an uphill battle to winning majority support, with Amazon's board recommending against them and founder and Chief Executive Jeff Bezoscontrolling 16% of the stock and voting rights. Calculation of support was based on the total votes for, against and abstaining. The tallies excluded broker non-votes. Law enforcement in the United States have used facial recognition for years, and vendors of the technology have abounded, including France's Idemia, Japan's NEC and newer entrants like Israel's AnyVision and Microsoft, which has called for regulation in recent months. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 12 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning
Amazon.com shareholders overwhelmingly rejected a proposal that the company stop selling facial recognition technology to government agencies, while a resolution to audit the service drew more support, a regulatory filing on Friday showed. Amazon's marketing of facial recognition has resulted in intense scrutiny, and researchers have said its technology struggled to identify the gender of individuals with darker skin, prompting fears of unjust arrests. Some 2.4% of votes were in favor of the ban. A second proposal that called for a study of the extent to which Amazon's "Rekognition" service harmed civil rights and privacy garnered 27.5% support. Amazon's sale of the technology to law enforcement in Oregon and Florida has put the company at the center of a growing U.S. debate over facial recognition, with critics warning of false matches and arrests and proponents arguing it keeps the public safe. Amazon has defended its work and said all users must follow the law. These and other Amazon resolutions by shareholders faced an uphill battle to winning majority support, with Amazon's board recommending against them and founder and Chief Executive Jeff Bezoscontrolling 16% of the stock and voting rights. Calculation of support was based on the total votes for, against and abstaining. The tallies excluded broker non-votes. Law enforcement in the United States have used facial recognition for years, and vendors of the technology have abounded, including France's Idemia, Japan's NEC and newer entrants like Israel's AnyVision and Microsoft, which has called for regulation in recent months. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 7 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning
Amazon.com shareholders overwhelmingly rejected a proposal that the company stop selling facial recognition technology to government agencies, while a resolution to audit the service drew more support, a regulatory filing on Friday showed. Amazon's marketing of facial recognition has resulted in intense scrutiny, and researchers have said its technology struggled to identify the gender of individuals with darker skin, prompting fears of unjust arrests. Some 2.4% of votes were in favor of the ban. A second proposal that called for a study of the extent to which Amazon's "Rekognition" service harmed civil rights and privacy garnered 27.5% support. Amazon's sale of the technology to law enforcement in Oregon and Florida has put the company at the center of a growing U.S. debate over facial recognition, with critics warning of false matches and arrests and proponents arguing it keeps the public safe. Amazon has defended its work and said all users must follow the law. These and other Amazon resolutions by shareholders faced an uphill battle to winning majority support, with Amazon's board recommending against them and founder and Chief Executive Jeff Bezoscontrolling 16% of the stock and voting rights. Calculation of support was based on the total votes for, against and abstaining. The tallies excluded broker non-votes. Law enforcement in the United States have used facial recognition for years, and vendors of the technology have abounded, including France's Idemia, Japan's NEC and newer entrants like Israel's AnyVision and Microsoft, which has called for regulation in recent months. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 8 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning
Amazon.com shareholders overwhelmingly rejected a proposal that the company stop selling facial recognition technology to government agencies, while a resolution to audit the service drew more support, a regulatory filing on Friday showed. Amazon's marketing of facial recognition has resulted in intense scrutiny, and researchers have said its technology struggled to identify the gender of individuals with darker skin, prompting fears of unjust arrests. Some 2.4% of votes were in favor of the ban. A second proposal that called for a study of the extent to which Amazon's "Rekognition" service harmed civil rights and privacy garnered 27.5% support. Amazon's sale of the technology to law enforcement in Oregon and Florida has put the company at the center of a growing U.S. debate over facial recognition, with critics warning of false matches and arrests and proponents arguing it keeps the public safe. Amazon has defended its work and said all users must follow the law. These and other Amazon resolutions by shareholders faced an uphill battle to winning majority support, with Amazon's board recommending against them and founder and Chief Executive Jeff Bezoscontrolling 16% of the stock and voting rights. Calculation of support was based on the total votes for, against and abstaining. The tallies excluded broker non-votes. Law enforcement in the United States have used facial recognition for years, and vendors of the technology have abounded, including France's Idemia, Japan's NEC and newer entrants like Israel's AnyVision and Microsoft, which has called for regulation in recent months. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 9 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning
Amazon.com shareholders overwhelmingly rejected a proposal that the company stop selling facial recognition technology to government agencies, while a resolution to audit the service drew more support, a regulatory filing on Friday showed. Amazon's marketing of facial recognition has resulted in intense scrutiny, and researchers have said its technology struggled to identify the gender of individuals with darker skin, prompting fears of unjust arrests. Some 2.4% of votes were in favor of the ban. A second proposal that called for a study of the extent to which Amazon's "Rekognition" service harmed civil rights and privacy garnered 27.5% support. Amazon's sale of the technology to law enforcement in Oregon and Florida has put the company at the center of a growing U.S. debate over facial recognition, with critics warning of false matches and arrests and proponents arguing it keeps the public safe. Amazon has defended its work and said all users must follow the law. These and other Amazon resolutions by shareholders faced an uphill battle to winning majority support, with Amazon's board recommending against them and founder and Chief Executive Jeff Bezoscontrolling 16% of the stock and voting rights. Calculation of support was based on the total votes for, against and abstaining. The tallies excluded broker non-votes. Law enforcement in the United States have used facial recognition for years, and vendors of the technology have abounded, including France's Idemia, Japan's NEC and newer entrants like Israel's AnyVision and Microsoft, which has called for regulation in recent months. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 4 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning
Amazon.com shareholders overwhelmingly rejected a proposal that the company stop selling facial recognition technology to government agencies, while a resolution to audit the service drew more support, a regulatory filing on Friday showed. Amazon's marketing of facial recognition has resulted in intense scrutiny, and researchers have said its technology struggled to identify the gender of individuals with darker skin, prompting fears of unjust arrests. Some 2.4% of votes were in favor of the ban. A second proposal that called for a study of the extent to which Amazon's "Rekognition" service harmed civil rights and privacy garnered 27.5% support. Amazon's sale of the technology to law enforcement in Oregon and Florida has put the company at the center of a growing U.S. debate over facial recognition, with critics warning of false matches and arrests and proponents arguing it keeps the public safe. Amazon has defended its work and said all users must follow the law. These and other Amazon resolutions by shareholders faced an uphill battle to winning majority support, with Amazon's board recommending against them and founder and Chief Executive Jeff Bezoscontrolling 16% of the stock and voting rights. Calculation of support was based on the total votes for, against and abstaining. The tallies excluded broker non-votes. Law enforcement in the United States have used facial recognition for years, and vendors of the technology have abounded, including France's Idemia, Japan's NEC and newer entrants like Israel's AnyVision and Microsoft, which has called for regulation in recent months. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 5 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning
Amazon.com shareholders overwhelmingly rejected a proposal that the company stop selling facial recognition technology to government agencies, while a resolution to audit the service drew more support, a regulatory filing on Friday showed. Amazon's marketing of facial recognition has resulted in intense scrutiny, and researchers have said its technology struggled to identify the gender of individuals with darker skin, prompting fears of unjust arrests. Some 2.4% of votes were in favor of the ban. A second proposal that called for a study of the extent to which Amazon's "Rekognition" service harmed civil rights and privacy garnered 27.5% support. Amazon's sale of the technology to law enforcement in Oregon and Florida has put the company at the center of a growing U.S. debate over facial recognition, with critics warning of false matches and arrests and proponents arguing it keeps the public safe. Amazon has defended its work and said all users must follow the law. These and other Amazon resolutions by shareholders faced an uphill battle to winning majority support, with Amazon's board recommending against them and founder and Chief Executive Jeff Bezoscontrolling 16% of the stock and voting rights. Calculation of support was based on the total votes for, against and abstaining. The tallies excluded broker non-votes. Law enforcement in the United States have used facial recognition for years, and vendors of the technology have abounded, including France's Idemia, Japan's NEC and newer entrants like Israel's AnyVision and Microsoft, which has called for regulation in recent months. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 6 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning
Amazon.com shareholders overwhelmingly rejected a proposal that the company stop selling facial recognition technology to government agencies, while a resolution to audit the service drew more support, a regulatory filing on Friday showed. Amazon's marketing of facial recognition has resulted in intense scrutiny, and researchers have said its technology struggled to identify the gender of individuals with darker skin, prompting fears of unjust arrests. Some 2.4% of votes were in favor of the ban. A second proposal that called for a study of the extent to which Amazon's "Rekognition" service harmed civil rights and privacy garnered 27.5% support. Amazon's sale of the technology to law enforcement in Oregon and Florida has put the company at the center of a growing U.S. debate over facial recognition, with critics warning of false matches and arrests and proponents arguing it keeps the public safe. Amazon has defended its work and said all users must follow the law. These and other Amazon resolutions by shareholders faced an uphill battle to winning majority support, with Amazon's board recommending against them and founder and Chief Executive Jeff Bezoscontrolling 16% of the stock and voting rights. Calculation of support was based on the total votes for, against and abstaining. The tallies excluded broker non-votes. Law enforcement in the United States have used facial recognition for years, and vendors of the technology have abounded, including France's Idemia, Japan's NEC and newer entrants like Israel's AnyVision and Microsoft, which has called for regulation in recent months. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 3 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning
| LINK-Tagung | Stiftung Niedersachsen | 15. und 16. Mai 2019 |  Verschiedene Referent(inn)en haben sehr gut durchdachte, interessante, interdisziplinäre Vorträge zu "Künstliche Intelligenz in Kunst und Kultur" gehalten, u.a.: ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ************************************************ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Foto 1: Prof. Dr. Kai-Uwe Kühnberger | Universität Osnabrück: „Kann KI kreativ sein? Grundlagen und Beispiele für Künstliche Kreativität“  Foto 2: Prof. Dr. Fabian Schmieder | Hochschule Hannover: "Kreative KI als Schöpferin im Sinne des Urheberrechts"  Foto 3: Lukas Brand | Ruhr-Universität Bochum: „Kompetenz und Performanz — warum Ethik (noch immer) eine hohe Hürde für Künstliche Intelligenz ist“  Foto 4: Prof. Dr. Jürgen Handke | Universität Marburg: "Project H.E.A.R.T. — humanoide Roboter in der Bildung"  Foto 5: Holger Volland | Kulturfestival THE ARTS+ | Frankfurter Buchmesse: "Die kreative Macht der Maschinen — wie sich Künstliche Intelligenz auf die Kreation, Produktion und den Konsum von kulturellen Inhalten auswirkt"  Foto 6: Dr. Doreen Hartmann | Heinz Nixdorf MuseumsForum: „Robotisches vermittelt: Interaktiv-kollaboratives Erleben im Museum“  Foto 7: Armin Berger | 3pc: „Mit KI kuratieren“ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ************************************************ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Zudem konnte man individuell 2 spezifische Workshops belegen. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Insgesamt waren ca. 150 Teilnehmer anwesend, die sich über die Thematik austauschten.  Super Event, danke für den kreativen Input, Hannover! 😍

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