Putting the AI in Inflation

When it comes to earnings reports, Apple and Amazon usually beat the Wall Street estimates. But this was not the case during the latest quarter.  One of the main reasons: the escalating costs of the global supply chain.    In the case of Apple, the company reported a $6 billion revenue shortfall because of the delays […]

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Facial Recognition Crosses a Line with Mask Removal Features

In 2020, masks became a large part of Western culture, becoming the only way many people felt safe venturing out in public. Major clothing companies started offering them, and people coordinated their masks to match their outfits.  However, face masks also present a problem to facial recognition software, blocking several facial characteristics that the software […]

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AI-Enabled Payments: A Q&A with Tradeshift

With COVID-19 disrupting many supply chains across the country, companies are doing everything in their power to strengthen the relationship they have with suppliers. AI-enabled payments ensure organizations pay their suppliers on time. When supply is lo, vendors will prioritize companies that are easy to work with and pay them promptly.  To learn more about […]

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The Struggles & Solutions to Bias in AI

Artificial intelligence (AI) is commonplace in today’s business world, with only 7 percent of businesses not yet using it. While AI is great for tasks like sales forecasting and inventory management, problems often arise when businesses use it for hiring or predictive analytics in regards to people. However, AI isn’t the enemy here; it’s bias, […]

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NVIDIA Aims to Bring AI to the 5G Edge

NVIDIA is gearing up to bring artificial intelligence to the 5G wireless edge starting next year. The company at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) event revealed its plans to make available network cards based on Arm processors that will have the compute power required to run AI inference engines on edge computing platforms. At the […]

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