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Duke Energy Used Computer Vision, Robots to Cut Costs by $74 Million
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Duke Energy Used Computer Vision, Robots to Cut Costs by $74 Million

Bonnie Titone at Duke Energy said the U.S. utility has slashed its labor costs by more than $74 million via artificial intelligence and machine learning solutions...

IBM Partners with U.K. on $300 Million Quantum Computing Research Initiative
From ACM TechNews

IBM Partners with U.K. on $300 Million Quantum Computing Research Initiative

A five-year, $297.5-million partnership between IBM and the U.K. government will research quantum computing and artificial intelligence in the quest for sustainable...

Researchers' AI System Strips Identifiable Attributes Like Gender From Speech Recordings
From ACM TechNews

Researchers' AI System Strips Identifiable Attributes Like Gender From Speech Recordings

Researchers have proposed a technique that can remove attributes like gender from speech data to protect sensitive information.

Xiaomi's AI Restores Details, Enhances Colors in Poorly Exposed Photos
From ACM TechNews

Xiaomi's AI Restores Details, Enhances Colors in Poorly Exposed Photos

Researchers at Chinese smartphone company Xiaomi have devised an artificial intelligence system that corrects details and colors in poorly exposed photos.

How Pixar Made Monsters ­niversity, Its Latest Technological Marvel
From ACM Careers

How Pixar Made Monsters ­niversity, Its Latest Technological Marvel

Monsters University, the new animated film from Disney's Pixar division that debuts on June 21, will serve as light summer entertainment for most audiences. But...

With Kinect-Like Gestures, Softkinetic Leads the Way to Intel's Perceptual Computing
From ACM News

With Kinect-Like Gestures, Softkinetic Leads the Way to Intel's Perceptual Computing

The age of perceptual computing starts with devices that can be controlled with the wave of your hand or the sound of your voice rather than just a mouse, keyboard...
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