This third issue of The Navigator Quarterly is a focus on unlocking the transformational power of good data. Understanding the correlations and opportunities your data holds. News, stories and interviews on Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Cloud Migration, Advanced Analytics, Big Data, Infrastructure Assessments, Google Cloud Hero, New Technologies, and even a little bit of insight into our personalities and some fun... Subscribe to The Navigator Quarterly below -- we'll get in touch and mail you out a free copy! Navigator Volume 1 Issue 3 Content: A Tale of Two Jeremys The Story Data Tells The Visuals of Data Science [...]
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This second issue of The Navigator Quarterly is a focus on good data and what that means to your overall operation. Nature has been storing good data in organized ways since the dawn of life. Is this the key to unlocking the potential of AI/ML? News, stories and interviews on Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Cloud Migration, Advanced Analytics, Big Data, Infrastructure Assessments, Google Cloud Hero, New Technologies, and even a little bit of insight into our personalities and some fun... Subscribe to The Navigator Quarterly below -- we'll get in touch and mail you out a free copy! Navigator [...]
We are excited to release the inaugural issue of The Navigator Quarterly. This publication will be bringing you an inside look at what drives us here at Launch. News, stories and interviews on Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Cloud Migration, Advanced Analytics, Big Data, Infrastructure Assessments, Google Cloud Hero, New Technologies, and even a little bit of insight into our personalities and some fun... Subscibe to The Navigator Quarterly below, we'll get in touch and mail you out a free copy! Navigator Volume 1 Issue 1 Content... We hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoyed putting it together: [...]
Google launched ML Kit last year at I/O with the mission to simplify Machine Learning for everyone. ML Kit has enabled thousands of developers to create new and exciting experiences. More importantly, user engagement due to features powered by ML Kit is growing more than 60% per month! Google has been working with the following companies and their apps: Air Cognizer, Adidas, Dominos, IKEA, VSCO, Gradeup School, Fishbrain, WPS Office, Turbotax, and many others. There were many new and exciting features introduced at I/O this past May. The Object Detection and Tracking API allows you to identify the [...]
The Google 'AI Impact Challenge' was part of Google’s ‘AI for Social Good’ program. This challenge is based on the belief that emerging technologies will help us identify and address social, humanitarian and environmental problems on a large scale. The winners of the challenge are to be awarded $25 Million in grants from Google.org, credit, and counseling from Google Cloud, mentoring from Google AI Experts and the opportunity to be part of an accelerator program from the Google Developers Launchpad. They received 2,602 applications from 119 countries, which is nearly two-thirds of the world’s countries. Almost half the [...]
A new MIT study develops a machine learning approach to discover an additional mechanism that helps some antibiotics kill bacteria. The secondary mechanism involves activating the bacterial metabolism of nucleotides that cells need to replicate their DNA. This mechanism could help researchers discover new drugs that could be used in conjunction with antibiotics to enhance their bacterial killing abilities. Before researchers began computer modeling, they performed hundreds of experiments in E. Coli. Treating the bacteria with one of three antibiotics; ampicillin, ciprofloxacin, or gentamicin, and in each experiment, they added one of about 200 different metabolites including an [...]
Databots is a band powered by deep learning software developed by CJ Carr and Zack Zukowski who met during their time at the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. Databots, which is actually an AI generating its own renditions of what death metal sounds like, was based on the Canadian extreme metal band, Archspire. The creators wanted to prove a neural network was capable of capturing subtle differences between death metal, math rock, and other underground genres of metal. It’s based on a recurrent neural network-computing architecture that learns patterns within a large amount of user [...]
While we all remember there being solids, liquids, and gasses from school, a new team of physicists has uncovered several exotic varieties that can exist under extreme pressure and temperatures. One of these new states is one in which Potassium atoms exhibit properties of a solid and liquid at the same time. It would be like a sponge dripping water, that’s also made of water. This unusual state could exist in the earth’s mantle but is generally not found in pure form, as it’s usually bound with other material(s). These types of simulations could help us study minerals [...]
Google and many other companies have already been using AI over the past few years to come up with social solutions that are intended to improve our everyday lives. AI (artificial intelligence) computer programming tools that help identify patterns in complex data make many everyday products more useful. AI already powers much of the technology we see around us and has been used to address a lot of our biggest unsolved challenges. Core Google AI research and engineering have been applied to projects with a positive impact on society, including flood forecasting, protecting whales and our oceans, as [...]
We don’t need machines to tell us that ending up in the hospital for something that could have been prevented is a waste of resources. Hospital stays expose us to potential airborne viruses and bacteria, keep us away from work, friends, and family, and increase the potential for being given or prescribed the wrong medications and/or anesthesia. In 2010, The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality reported that one out of every ten hospitalizations were potentially preventable and that the attributing symptoms or conditions accounted for almost 4% of all hospital stays. Additionally, it stated that preventable chronic conditions [...]