Artificial Intelligence in the News – 26Nov2019

The current trend in tech, no matter what the venue, is Artificial Intelligence (AI) | #TpromoCom #ArtificialIntelligence #AI #HealthCare | Fashionable and trendy, the use of AI in society is looked upon as progressive and modern, not to mention smart and intelligent. No matter what the facts may be–whether AI’s the savior or the destroyer of mankind–everyone wants it, and they want it now.

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The future is now!

One of the reasons why corporations and governments across the globe are sure to continue their efforts to develop AI is the fact that this tech is capable of reading, sorting, assessing, analyzing, and logically, systematically reporting on huge quantities of data–commonly called Big Data.

But, will corporations and governments stop with Big Data? Let me take a guess… “No!” and let me tell you why, because AI is capable of so much more.

–Allan B. Colombo

The following is a quick look at AI in the news:

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Can Artificial Intelligence Cure What Ails The Healthcare Industry? | Personal healthcare experiences often spark pioneering cures, and Pinaki Dasgupta, CEO of Hindsait, is no exception. After two immediate family members weathered serious health issues, Dasgupta brought his digital expertise in manufacturing to the healthcare industry. Click Here!

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Stanford-led snapshot of artificial intelligence reveals challenges | A periodic review of the artificial intelligence industry revealed the potential pitfalls of outsourcing our problems for technology to solve rather than addressing the causes, and of allowing outdated predictive modeling to go unchecked. As part of Stanford’s ongoing 100-year study on artificial intelligence, known as the AI100, two workshops recently considered the issues of care technologies and predictive modeling to inform the future development of AI technologies. Click here!

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Top Artificial Intelligence (AI) Predictions For 2020 From IDC and Forrester | IDC and Forrester issued recently their predictions for artificial intelligence (AI) in 2020 and beyond. While external “market events” may make companies cautious about AI, says Forrester, “courageous ones” will continue to invest and expand the initial “timid” steps they took in 2019. Click Here!

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Can Artificial Intelligence Learn to Learn? | As businesses integrate Artificial Intelligence into their systems, technology professionals are looking at a new frontier of AI innovation. This is in the area of Meta-Learning. Meta-Learning is simply learning to learn. We humans have the unique ability to learn from any situation or surrounding. We adapt our learning. We can figure out how we can learn. To acquire this kind of flexibility in learning, AI needs Artificial General Intelligence. Click Here!

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Artificial Intelligence: Humans could one day marry robots and ’emotionally’ bond with AI | PEOPLE will increasingly bond with artificial intelligence (AI) in the coming years and give the green light to marriage between man and machine, a philosopher has spectacularly claimed. The bizarre prediction was made by Dr Maciej Musiał from the University of Adam Mickiewicz in Poznan, Poland. Click Here!

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Alison Offers Free Online Courses on IT, Accounting and Other Subjects

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Alison Offers Free Online Courses on IT, Accounting and Other Subjects | #TpromoCom #Alison #Education #IT | Network technology has been around for quite some time, but not all security techs have what it takes. You can enhance your knowledge of IT or any other subject by enrolling in Alison.

All of their courses are free.

You also can buy a Certificate or take a number of courses to obtain a diploma. Otherwise you’re sure to walk away from the experience with something more than you had when you started.

Your investment is very little for what I see as a huge return in knowledge and confidence.

If you click on the ad link below, you’ll receive a 10% discount on your first purchased Certificate, if you choose to buy one after passing your chosen course of study. Use the drop-down course categories button and choose IT:

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All the Best,
Allan B. Colombo

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GSX Show Floor Opens with More Than 550 Exhibitors and Innovative Disruption District

GSX 2019 (image)GSX Show Floor Opens with More Than 550 Exhibitors and Innovative Disruption District | #TpromoCom #GSX #Security #Event | ASIS International, the world’s largest association for security management professionals, today opened the show floor at Global Security Exchange (GSX) 2019—unleashing attendees to visit 550+ exhibitors displaying the latest technologies, services and solutions for professional security applications.

One show floor highlight was the new GSX Disruption District, the nexus point for innovation within the security industry. This exciting feature area includes cutting edge technologies, startup company displays, investment pitches, and demonstrations of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), counter UAS systems, and ground-based robots interacting with humans. With attendees from more than 130 nations, GSX 2019 is delivering an unmatched forum for education and networking in support of strengthening the professionalism and effectiveness of security professionals on the global stage.

Tuesday’s General Session speaker, Steve Demetriou, Chair and CEO, Jacobs, spoke on bold solutions for changing times. “Today, more than half the world’s population lives in urban environments, and more than 3 million people are moving into urban environments every week,” he declared. Jacobs is one of the world’s premier design, engineering, construction and technical services firms, with more than 80,000 employees worldwide, and revenues exceeding $15B annually.

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Active Shooter Gunshot Detection Guide: When Seconds Count

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Active Shooter Gunshot Detection Guide: When Seconds Count | #TpromoCom #GunShot #Shooter #Police | Early detection can trigger a host of responses including alerting occupants to the location where shots were fired while triggering building alarms.

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Over the past decade, the number of active shooter incidents in the United States has grown exponentially. According to fbi.gov, there were 214 fatalities from active shooters in 2016, which jumped to 729 just one year later. Most of these shootings (62.8%) occurred in businesses and schools.

However, the reality is active shooter incidents can happen anywhere at any time – meaning no place is immune to an active shooter event. While it is impossible to prevent every active shooter event from occurring, new technology is helping first responders and law enforcement mitigate the threat faster to help reduce the number of casualties.

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Webinar: Start The Journey To Unlock Building Automation Data

Start The Journey To Unlock Building Automation Data | #TpromoCom #Automation #Webinar #BuildingAutomation | Finding value locked away in building automation systems is not a destination, but a journey. Each facility has its own unique challenges and opportunities – while we start projects to unlock that value, the data itself may point us in a new direction.

Facilities needs include energy savings, operational awareness, resilience, reliability or some combination of these objectives. How do we find a solution across these objectives and across the silos of our organization to light up the data we already have before we start to add more?

Join us for this free webinar as we present our journey through the operations at the San Leandro Tech Campus as well as value found on other journeys including NASA, Eli Lilly, University of Maryland, and University of California at Davis.

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New Class of Vulnerabilities Leak Data From Intel Chips

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New Class of Vulnerabilities Leak #Data From Intel Chips | #TpromoCom #CyberSecurity #Information | Millions of computers powered by Intel processors are affected by vulnerabilities that can be exploited by malicious actors to obtain potentially sensitive information. Intel and other tech giants have already released patches and mitigations.

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The side-channel attack methods, named ZombieLoad, RIDL (Rogue In-Flight Data Load), and Fallout, are similar to the notorious Meltdown and Spectre, which researchers first disclosed in January 2018. At the time, experts accurately predicted that other similar speculative execution attacks would be discovered.

The attack methods work against both PCs and cloud environments, and they can be launched against most Intel CPUs made in the past decade. The techniques can be used to get applications, the operating system, virtual machines and trusted execution environments to leak information, including passwords, website content, disk encryption keys and browser history.

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Security Leaders Are Fallible, Too

Security Leaders Are Fallible, Too | #TpromoCom #Security # | We’re only human; we all make mistakes sometimes. Every aspect of securing, defending, and attacking has a human element, an element that profoundly affects all the other components and guarantees that there can be no silver bullet in cybersecurity. We need to factor in human error as part of the cybersecurity process.

This is the premise of the article series we kicked off recently, addressing cybersecurity and the human element from six perspectives of fallibility: end users, security leaders, security analysts, IT security administrators, programmers, and attackers. Last time, we addressed the truth about end users. This time, we cover security leaders.

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