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AI

abbreviation for ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION.
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Hundreds of members of the Naval Research & Development Enterprise (NR&DE), including many NAVSEA Warfare Center employees, took part in back-to-back machine learning events in February.
Data science and machine learning also allow organizations to more easily collect and access "legally defensible" information, which has become increasingly important, especially in fraud investigations.
Machine learning techniques make it possible for a computing system to learn from data, answer questions, make predictions, reach conclusions and solve problems without the need to specify an explicit set of rules required to achieve the desired outcome.
EDM is based on the data mining and machine learning (Jiawei and Kamber, 2011), which has recently got a lot of attention.
With the launch of Mountainise, businesses in Pakistan could now benefit from the cutting-edge technologies introduced in the field of artificial intelligence and machine learning.
A latest survey on Global Machine Learning as a Service Market is conducted covering various organizations of the industry from different geographies to come up with 100+ page report.
The technology of machine learning is benefiting almost every industry but the most significant modification can be seen in the travel sector.
The machine's learning application for organ segmentation, using deep neural networks, was developed by the company's in-house machine learning department and the machine learning planning was developed in collaboration with Princess Margaret Cancer Centre in Toronto, Canada.
The area under the receiver operating characteristic curve (AUC) was 0.77 for all-cause mortality for machine learning versus 0.72 for the conventional Coronary Artery Disease Reporting and Data System (CAD-RADS) score.
It was thrilling to see how the new machine learning technique discovered it hiding in plain sight.
By listening to the acoustic signal emitted by a laboratory-created earthquake, a computer-science approach using machine learning can predict the time remaining before the fault fails.

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