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    1. How hedge funds can trade on heaven-sent data

      How hedge funds can trade on heaven-sent data

      Fintech How hedge funds can trade on heaven-sent data Day 1: IBT Media's data science and finance event looked at alternative data sets and natural language processing. By Ian Allison March 1, 2017 21:19 GMT Delegates at Newsweek and International Business Times' data science in capital markets event were mesmerised by a video of shoe box-sized satellites, known as "cube sats" being released into the earth's atmosphere.

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      Mentions: Reuters China London
    2. FirstCapital's Hazel Moore talks about Silicon Valley vying for Britain's AI talent

      FirstCapital's Hazel Moore talks about Silicon Valley vying for Britain's AI talent

      Fintech FirstCapital's Hazel Moore talks about Silicon Valley vying for Britain's AI talent Moore will be talking about fintech innovation at Newsweek's forthcoming Data Science and Capital Markets event in London. January 31, 2017 15:55 GMT Silicon Valley is vying for British tech talent Flickr / Giuseppe Milo The UK is seen as a hotbed of technology talent which the giants of Silicon Valley are fighting to recruit.

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    3. How businesses can learn from the first wave of AI

      How businesses can learn from the first wave of AI

      How businesses can learn from the first wave of AI Businesses that do not have a robust data-centric culture to drive AI will be affected. January 14, 2017 07:01 GMT AI robot iStock Artificial Intelligence (AI) or cognitive technology is no more about a machine playing chess. AI is on the streets driving our cars. It is in our call centres chatting up customers in dulcet tones. AI is drafting and reviewing legal documents with immaculate precision.

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    4. Here are the top moments in modern British history according to Artificial Intelligence

      Here are the top moments in modern British history according to Artificial Intelligence What happens when computers take a look at the historical trends that are too big to see? By Martha Henriques January 9, 2017 20:00 GMT Historians and computer scientists have teamed up to use artificial intelligence to take a fresh look at British history. Wikimedia Commons What historian has time to read tens of millions of news articles from more than a century of British history? None of them.

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    5. Google rewards credit card websites that use 'frightening' language

      Google rewards credit card websites that use 'frightening' language

      Google rewards credit card websites that use 'frightening' language Study by London-based artificial intelligence agency Artios notes that Google is acting as a 'regulator by proxy'. October 26, 2016 08:33 BST Google will give credit card websites a bump in the rankings if risk is emphasised over benefit Reuters Google rewards credit card websites that use language to "frighten" their users about the risk of falling into debt, according to a machine learning study into how the search giant ranks different sectors. The study by London-based artificial intelligence agency Artios notes that Google is acting as a "regulator by ...

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      Mentions: Google NLP
    6. Google Home vs Amazon Echo: Which one will you choose as your personal assistant?

      Google Home vs Amazon Echo: Which one will you choose as your personal assistant?

      Google Home vs Amazon Echo: Which one will you choose as your personal assistant? Make a wise choice while weighing the two smart speakers. October 5, 2016 13:20 BST Google Home is all set to take on Amazon's Echo Google and Amazon Google has announced its very own AI-powered personal assistant speaker, Google Home , to take on Amazon's Echo. Both speakers look to lead the growing market for smart speakers which is estimated to become a multi-billion dollar market as per a Gartner study.

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      Mentions: Amazon Google Pandora
    7. How to spot a lie in an email: Algorithm developed by researchers detects digital deception

      Texting on smartphones can change the rhythm of brain waves, study shows Using an archive of emails they studied the multi-faceted aspects of digital language, assessing the ability of word use (micro level), message development (macro level), and intertextual exchange cues (meta level). It might seem complicated, but what they found was relatively straightforward. If all this rings true, you may want to change your approach: avoid overdoing it and don't try to be best mates with your boss.

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