Machine-learning experts are in short supply as companies in many industries rush to take advantage of recent strides in the power of artificial intelligence.
Technology Review From ACM Careers | May 18, 2017
Amir Moravej, an Iranian computer engineer in Montreal, quietly worked last year on building software to help people navigate the Canadian immigration system.
The New York Times From ACM Careers | May 11, 2017
Jensen Huang beamed out over a packed conference hall in San Jose, California, on Wednesday as he announced his company's new chip aimed at accelerating artificial...Technology Review From ACM Careers | May 11, 2017
We don't know how quickly machines will displace people's jobs, or how many they'll take, but we know it's happening—not just to factory workers but also to ...The New York Times From ACM Careers | May 4, 2017
Earlier this year, artificial intelligence scientist Sebastian Thrun and colleagues at Stanford University demonstrated that a "deep learning" algorithm was capable...Technology Review From ACM Careers | May 4, 2017
Scenes from China's quest to dominate the robotic future: At startup E-Deodar, a human-looking droid serves coffee to employees who are building $15,000 industrial...Bloomberg News From ACM Careers | April 25, 2017