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Skyborg program seeks input for artificial intelligence initiative

Skyborg program seeks input for artificial intelligence initiative

daytondailynews.com     3+ week ago

The Air Force office of Strategic Development Planning and Experimentation at the Air Force Research Laboratory is working on fielding a prototype Autonomous, Unmanned Combat Air V...

Artificial intelligence in the Dayton region: 5 things to know

Artificial intelligence in the Dayton region: 5 things to know

daytondailynews.com     1+ mon ago

Artificial intelligence is taking automation to a new level at an increasing number of companies. 2. AI technology includes machine learning, deep learning, natural language proce...

Here   s how local companies use artificial intelligence right now

Here s how local companies use artificial intelligence right now

daytondailynews.com     1+ mon ago

Artificial technology is being researched, created or used by companies across the Dayton region. The Kroger Co. and Microsoft Corp. in January announced they are partnering on a ...

Ready to work with a smart robot? Some Dayton workers already are

daytondailynews.com     1+ mon ago

Where automation becomes AI is not always an easily defined line, and the technology is still in a "relatively early stage in terms of deployment in big businesses," said Pring of Cognizant. Machine ...

PHOTOS: Here's how local companies use artificial intelligence right...

daytondailynews.com     1+ mon ago

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Artificial intelligence is getting smarter and a lot of people are worried about it I Your Daily Pitch

Artificial intelligence is getting smarter and a lot of people are worried about it I Your Daily Pitch

daytondailynews.com     3+ mon ago

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Florida hospital uses artificial intelligence to save lives in the delivery room

daytondailynews.com     5+ mon ago

By knowing the exact numbers, obstetricians may now respond in the best way possible -- putting more babies back in their mothers' arms, where they belong. "It's a risk in any deliveries," Parker sai...


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