Do you want to create high-quality blog content, emails and Facebook ads in minutes instead of hours? If so, this new tool may be the solution you need: In this video I’ll show you exactly how it works so you can decide if artificial intelligence can help you with your content marketing! For a deep dive training that shows step-by-step how to use AI to write blog posts that rank on Google, watch this training, here: You already know that content creation isn’t easy. It takes a tremendous amount of time and effort to come up with ideas that are unique, valuable and interesting for your audience. Creating quality content on a regular basis is one of the most difficult parts of running your own business, online. It’s excruciatingly time consuming, and many entrepreneurs struggle to find ways to write more frequently without sacrificing quality. Now, AI isn’t capable of writing entire blog posts in the same way as you or an outsourced writer will… But AI will help you streamline the process and create workable drafts, fast. Improving your process around writing, outlining and drafting blog posts is the path to creating high-quality content in just minutes. Let the AI do the research for you and suggest compelling titles, write engaging introductions, create persuasive bullet points, organize your outlines and more. By focusing on the PROCESS of blogging and integrating AI technologies, you can save time and create more great content. For more info on my exact [More]
Honda demonstrate the revamped Asimo robot, making the childlike machine run, hop around as well as serve drinks to show how the humanoid is now smarter and even more agile
Emerging technologies have unprecedented potential to solve some of the world’s most pressing issues. Among the most powerful — and controversial — is the gene-editing tech, CRISPR-Cas9, which will improve agricultural yields, cure genetic disorders, and eradicate infectious diseases like malaria. But CRISPR and other disruptive technologies, like brain-machine interfaces and artificial intelligence, also pose complex philosophical and ethical questions. Perhaps no one is better acquainted with these questions than Peter Diamandis, founder of the XPRIZE Foundation and co-founder of Singularity University and Human Longevity Inc. In this session, Peter will give a state of the union on the near future and explore the profound ethical implications we will face in the ongoing technological revolution. This talk was recorded at Summit LA19. Interested in attending Summit events? Apply to attend : Connect with us:
Geordie Rose: Machine Learning is Progressing Faster Than You Think Dr. Geordie Rose is a founder and Chief Technology Officer at D-Wave Computers. I met Geordie at the IdeaCity conference in Toronto where he made an impassioned presentation about D-Wave and quantum computing. Needless to say, as soon as Dr. Rose stoped speaking I rushed to ask him for an interview. As it turns out Geordie is already a fan of Singularity 1 on 1 and isntantly said that he would be happy to do it. As a father of three kids and the CTO of a trail-blazing quantum computing company, Dr. Rose is a very busy person. Yet somehow he was generous beyond measure in giving me two full hours for an interview with the apparent desire to address as many of mine and the audience’s questions as possible. During our conversation with Geordie Rose we cover a variety of interesting topics such as: how wrestling competitively created an opportunity for him to discover Quantum Mechanics; why he decided to become an entrepreneur building computers at the edge of science and technology; what the name D-wave stands for; what is a quantum computer; why fabrication tech is the greatest limiting factor towards commoditizing quantum computing; hardware specs and interesting details around Vesuvius – D-Wave’s latest model, and the kinds of problems it can compute; Rose’s Law as the quantum computer version of Moore’s Law; how D-wave resolves the de-coherence/interference problem; the traditional von Neumann architecture behind classical computer design [More]
If you are interested to hear more about the advancements of Artificial Intelligence in Bioscience, join Special Interest Group on Artificial Intelligence in Biomedicine Suchi Saria, Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Johns Hopkins University gave a talk at the Artificial Intelligence in Bioscience Symposium 2017 on how machine can spot diseases faster than human: We’re collecting measurements related to our health and well-being at an unprecedented pace. The talk is focusing on the use of data from wearables and electronic health records for developing tools that enhance care delivery and also highlights success stories and describes open challenges where new innovations are needed.
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