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AI Innovators: This Researcher Uses Deep Learning To Prevent Future Natural Disasters – Lisa Lahde

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Meet Damian Borth, chair in the Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning department at the University of St. Gallen (HSG) in Switzerland, and past director of the Deep Learning Competence Center at the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI). He is also a founding co-director of Sociovestix Labs, a social enterprise in the area of financial data science. Damian’s background is in research where he focuses on large-­scale multimedia opinion mining applying machine learning and in particular deep learning to mine insights (trends, sentiment) from online media streams. Damian talks about his realization in deep learning and shares why integrating his work with deep learning is an important part to help prevent future natural disasters……..

Read more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/nvidia/2018/09/19/ai-innovators-this-researcher-uses-deep-learning-to-prevent-future-natural-disasters/#be6f7b16cd16

 

 

 

 

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Microlearning Best Practices Creating A Lesson – Isha Sood

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Microlearning definitely does not involve cramming all the material you used to deliver in 15 minutes into 5 – that is a strategy bound to lead to failure. Some re-engineering of content to match a targeted approach on the achievement of one key outcome must happen and will put most of our skills as communicators to the test. Microlearning development involves two key stages……

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How Will Artificial Intelligence Change The Legal System – Christian Haigh

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How will AI, machine learning, and big data affect the legal system as technology improves? originally appeared on Quora: the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world.

Answer by Christian Haigh, Co-founder, Legalist, on Quora:

For a long time, lawyers believed they couldn’t be replaced by machines.

It’s true: the legal industry over the past decade has amassed a graveyard of failed attempts to innovate and few large exits. It’s also true that legal arguments can be highly case-specific and not necessarily conducive to automation.

But asking whether individual lawyers can be entirely replaced by machines isn’t asking the right question. Rather, can one lawyer, augmented by machines, perform the same work that five lawyers used to do?

Easily. It’s already happening.

When Curtis, our General Counsel started his career, he and other associates at his law firm would physically go to the offices of the defendant and take evidence for discovery. When he started his law firm, he owned his own servers. E-discovery did not exist. The cloud was not widely used. You needed teams of associates just to go to the law library and do research.

As a business, you needed a lawyer just to draft incorporation documents.

Change rarely comes in the forms that we would expect. Companies like LegalZoom provide free legal resources. Axiom provides remote lawyers on demand. At Legalist, our engineers supplement our business team and allow us to punch above our weight compared to every other litigation funding company in the industry. That’s because of our technology.

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