In this special guest feature, Dr. Eli David, PhD, Co-founder of DeepCube, highlights the 3 questions driving the future of AI.
"Dr. David is a leading expert in the field of computational intelligence, specializing in deep learning and evolutionary computation. DeepCube, the first software-based inference accelerator, and Deep Instinct, the first company to apply deep learning to cybersecurity and was selected by the World Economic Forum as a Technology Pioneer.
Dr. David has published over fifty papers in leading artificial intelligence journals and conferences, mostly focusing on applications of deep learning and genetic algorithms in various real-world domains. For the past fifteen years, he has been teaching courses on deep learning and evolutionary computation, in addition to supervising the research of graduate students in these fields. He has also served in numerous capacities successfully designing, implementing, and leading deep learning based projects in real-world environments..." - insideBIGDATA
Susana Duran, vice-president of engineering - emerging tech & mobile at Sage, discusses the need to look beyond AI when it comes to innovation
"2020 was a year of rapid transformation. The advent of Covid-19 has accelerated many of the trends we have seen in recent years. This is especially true of AI and machine learning - there's been an almost 25% year-on-year increase in business use of AI in response to the pandemic, with 63% of executives agreeing it has led to revenue increases. In the finance function especially, automation has helped to streamline processes and save professionals' precious time. Yet AI isn't the only emerging technology driving digital innovation," writes Susana Duran in Information Age
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