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Websites need to get smarter in the way they sell products online

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Using AI to prevent youth suicides

The Otsu school in Japan will feed  AI information from about 9,000 suspected bullying cases, reported by their elementary and junior high schools, between 2012 and 2018. This information will include details on the students involved — their ages, genders, absenteeism records, and academic achievements — as well as when and where any bullying incidents took place. Through an AI theoretical analysis of past data, they plan to properly respond to cases without just relying on teachers’ past experiences. The hope is that the AI will allow school officials to identify the bullying cases that are likely to escalate in seriousness so that they can intervene and diffuse situations before it’s too late. https://futurism.com/the-byte/school-bullying-artificial-intelligence

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Using data to make smarter decisions

Daitum won Asia Pacific’s largest start up pitch competition StartCon and an $1 million investment from Right Click Capital. It’s an Australian-based AI company born out of the vision to make decision analytics accessible to everyone, Data is the new black. Advances in IOT technology and connectivity mean data is ubiquitous. But business value comes from action, not the data itself. And while predictive data analytics is great, it doesn’t tell you what to do with the insights it generates, leaving the most important part of the business equation unanswered. Decision analytics bridges this gap, turning data into action and automating the answering of the “what should I do” question. With decision analytics, businesses can make smarter more-informed decisions backed by justifiable actions based on their own data. It’s said to be the next big thing in computing.   https://daitum.com/

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Workforce management software that reduces commuting time and traffic congestion

Staybil is award-winning, AI-powered software that allows organizations to incorporate multi-site hiring and rostering into their existing workforce management software. It allows staff to pick up and swap shifts in the best locations, and organisations to optimize travel for staff that they hire. Staybil’s vision to revolutionise how work is found and kept is based on the belief that the future of urban life depends on workforce geo-optimisation designed to reduce commuting time and traffic congestion. www.staybil.com

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World first – an AI news reader

China’s state news agency has debuted a virtual anchor, an AI news reader, designed to be able to deliver the news 24 hours a day. Developed by Xinhua and Chinese search engine company Sogou, the anchor has been designed to simulate human voice, facial expressions and gestures. It learns from live broadcasting videos and can read texts naturally. www.cnn.com/2018/11/09/media/china-xinhua-ai-anchor/index.html

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An AI lie detector that flags false police reports

Imagine this: You file a police report, but back at the station, they feed it into an algorithm — and it accuses you of lying, as though it had somehow looked inside your brain. That might sound like science fiction, but Spain is currently rolling out a very similar program, called VeriPol, in many of its police stations. VeriPol’s creators say that when it flags a report as false, it turns out to be correct more than four-fifths of the time. https://futurism.com/the-byte/lie-detector-false-police-reports

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Music designed to help you focus, relax or sleep

Brain.fm is one of several companies using artificial intelligence to help you hone into a productive state of work, a. state of relaxation or a deep sleep,. While most music is designed to sound good, Brain.fm works with teams of scientists and engineers generating music that helps you achieve your desired state of mind. Human composers write and record the core sound tracks, and an AI engine mixes, matches, and remasters them into longer tracks. www.Brain.fm

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A quick way to buy what you like

Amazon plans to help Snapchat challenge Instagram and Pinterest for social shopping supremacy. Snapchat has announced it’s slowly rolling out a new visual product search feature. You can use Snapchat’s camera to scan a physical object or barcode, which brings up a card showing that item and similar ones along with their title, price, thumbnail image, average review score and Prime availability. When you tap on one, you’ll be sent to Amazon’s app or site to buy it. The feature is rolling out to a small percentage of U.S. users first before Snap considers other countries. https://techcrunch.com/2018/09/24/snapchat-amazon-visual-search/?

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Finding koalas with heat seeking drones

Heat from animals can be identified using high tech sensors in cameras flown in drones. Artificial intelligence algorithms are used to analyse the thermal imagery to determine what’s seen and can identify koalas. Field tests after the heat-sensing camera work showed it was 100 per cent accurate. https://www.smh.com.au/environment/conservation/heat-seeking-drones-find-brisbane-s-hiding-koalas-20181003-p507km.html

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Giving a voice to people who can’t verbalise their pain

Painchek is the world’s first smart phone pain assessment and monitoring device. It uses AI and facial recognition technology to provide carers across multiple clinical areas with important new clinical benefits- the ability to identify the presence of pain, and quantify its severity, when pain isn’t obvious as well as to monitor the impact of treatment to optimise overall care. https://www.painchek.com

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The world’s first digital super model

Shudu has been called the “world’s first digital supermodel.” Experts think she may be the beginning of a new wave of digital models. She arrives at a time in which Instagram, Snapchat filters and photo-editing apps that rely on artificial intelligence have blurred the lines between reality and fantasy, Some believe we might see a hybrid system in future in which models and celebrities license out their digital avatar, allowing them to book multiple appearances simultaneously. A model might appear at a New York fashion shoot in person, but their digital avatar would be in China promoting a movie using the local dialect. https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2018/08/08/soon-most-beautiful-people-world-may-no-longer-be-human/?

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A smart hotel room

Imagine telling your hotel room you are “going to sleep,” and your living area immediately adds a blue tint to your lighting and cools down. While still in its early stages, InterContinental and Baidu’s integration of AI into hospitality represents a shift towards smart and responsive environments. From now on, guests staying at InterContinental® Beijing Sanlitun and InterContinental® Guangzhou Exhibition Centre will be among the first to enjoy the AI smart rooms. A total of 100 AI powered Club InterContinental suites will be available at InterContinental hotels in gateway cities and key destinations across China within the year. http://www.marketing-interactive.com/intercontinental-hotels-launch-ai-smart-rooms-in-china/

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