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    1. Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) Launches Artificial Intelligence Research Lab to Compete With Google

      Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) Launches Artificial Intelligence Research Lab to Compete With Google

      Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:) recently announced the launch of the Microsoft Research AI lab, which will focus on obstacles in the field of artificial intelligence. Based out of the MSFT headquarters in Redmond, WA, the lab will involve more than 100 scientists working in various AI subfields such as natural language processing, machine learning, visual perception and decision making, among others. Notably, the artificial intelligence technologies used today are dedicated t.. Advertisement

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    2. Microsoft creates an AI research lab to challenge Google and DeepMind

      Microsoft creates an AI research lab to challenge Google and DeepMind

      Microsoft has created a new research lab with a focus on developing general purpose artificial intelligence technology, the company revealed today. The lab will be located at Microsoft’s Redmond HQ, and will include a team of over 100 scientists working on AI, from areas including natural language processing, learning and perception systems.

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    3. Google's Neural Machine Translation engine learns three new languages, with more on the way

      Google's Neural Machine Translation engine learns three new languages, with more on the way

      Late last year, Google announced a breakthrough in translating. Dubbed Neural Machine Translation, it let Google’s AI-powered engine tackle full sentences instead of just words, giving translations a more natural feel. Now Google is expanding it to a several more languages. Back when it launched, Google’s new translator was available for English and just eight other languages, including French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Turkish.

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    4. Panasonic unveils 'human-like' companion robot

      Panasonic unveils 'human-like' companion robot

      Panasonic Corporation of North America has developed a proof-of-concept robot that the company said boasts "human-like" movements and communication skills. The desktop companion robot, unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas this week, connects via Wi-Fi to natural language processing technology. Panasonic did not detail where the language processing is completed, nor whether any encryption is used for the voice data.

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    5. 5-Point Checklist for Investing in Artificial Intelligence

      5-Point Checklist for Investing in Artificial Intelligence

      Image source: Getty Images. There are plenty of headlines about how artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming everything from smartphones to our cars, but understanding how exactly to benefit from AI as an investor can be a little harder. AI encompasses a lot of different technologies, like natural language processing (when Google Assistant understands what you’re saying), machine vision (semi-autonomous cars knowing the difference between a lamppost and a pedestria.. Advertisement

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    6. HPE enters natural language question answering fray

      HPE enters natural language question answering fray

      Hewlett Packard Enterprise has added natural language question answering to its unstructured data analytics engine. The engine, HPE IDOL, uses machine learning to boost the accuracy of human interactions with computers. HPE IDOL's natural question answering capability joins a crowded field as Nuance and IBM via Watson all have similar plays on natural language processing. One big wild card with HPE's effort is cloud providers.

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    7. IBM Watson AI: These firms are fighting cybercrime using cognitive computing

      IBM Watson AI: These firms are fighting cybercrime using cognitive computing

      Fortune 500 companies across the globe are tackling cybercrime by deploying IBM Watson's cognitive computing power. Using artificial intelligence technologies, such as machine learning and natural language processing, to analyse vast amounts of structured and unstructured data, Watson is designed to help cybersecurity professionals identify threats.

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