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designnews.com | January 28, 2020
The high bandwidth demands created by our mobile and smart devices, data storage, and cloud computing centers is growing by leaps and bounds. And the ubiquity of fiber optics is a big part of this. Analysts are predicting the global fiber optics market will be worth $9 billion USD by 2025. Much of this will be driven by the aforementioned technologies but also by new technologies such as VR/AR.But none will have more impact than machine learning. The compute power needed and the demand for machi...
unite.ai | February 10, 2020
Engineers at Rice University have developed a deep learning system that is capable of accurately predicting extreme weather events up to five days in advance. The system, which taught itself, only requires minimal information about current weather conditions in order to make the predictions.Part of the system’s training involves examining hundreds of pairs of maps, and each map indicates surface temperatures and air pressures at five-kilometers height. Those conditions are shown several da...
spectrum.ieee.org | March 05, 2020
Demand for data scientists and engineers has, for the past couple of years, been off the charts. The number of openings for machine learning and data engineers posted on recruiting web sites continues to grow by double digits annually, and those working in the field have been commanding ever-higher salaries.Joining the ranks of these desperately sought after techies takes serious coding chops, definitely expertise in Python, along with familiarity with other languages. That combination of job op...
governmentcomputing.com | April 07, 2020
A machine learning method has been designed by researchers from the Cambridge and Newcastle Universities that can predict health of batteries with 10 times more accuracy than the current industry standard.The University of Cambridge believes that the new method can help in developing safer and more reliable batteries used in electric vehicles and consumer electronics.The new method involves the sending of electrical pulses into batteries and measuring the response. The measurements are subsequen...
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