A brief infographic at the end of this blog.
The invention of artificial things that learn and perform actions took place in the classic times. Alongside Calculus Ratiocinator by Llull, there were many fictional stories and dramas depicting artificial things and their immense potentials.
Marry Shelly’s Frankenstein? You must watch it if you haven’t.
The idea behind machines being able to imitate humans, and their cognitive process like analysing, sorting, and finding out patterns is,
Church-Turing thesis — which means machines can simulate any process of formal reasoning (from Wiki).
In common terms, machines can imitate anything with connected and meaningful information (datasets).
Theory that backed up the brains of creators like Allen Newell, Herbert Simon, John McCarthy, Marvin Minsky, and Arthur Samuel.
When machines can’t watch someone misspelling their creator’s name,
Well, these are some of the bold stories from our past around AI (Artificial Intelligence). If we look into AI’s present state and what we are up to — AI (Artificial Intelligence) is prevailing from bots that are online to things we have in our home.
The best part is, we now have cavalcades of AI machines helping us stay connected, informed, and only do things that matter.
For the later ones, automated tools and objects that barely need our attention come hand in hand.
Imagine the days when speech recognition will have transformed into ‘recognizing intents from eyeballs’ dilation range’.
Or, one that is called Dr. Quantum which stores the behavioural pattern of every particle of a subject. Which on requirement lets the subject travel through the encrypted particle patterns and produces a brand new outcome.
Do you still think time never stops? that it lacks a unit of time? Here is the Chronon.
Let’s quickly jump into the list of 50 AI (Artificial Intelligence) tools that are making our day-day life darn effortless!
“This AI as a hitchhiker is so smart which is driving to our desired destination having our least conscious of what’s happening”
Clarifai — helps you to organise media libraries
Cortica — visual analysis for medical and transport industry
Deepomatic — image detection for a range of uses and industries
DeepVision — brand and face recognition
Descartes Labs — makes satellite imagery useful
Flixsense — the first intelligent cloud video platform
FotoNation — computer vision for automotive and human detection
GrokStyle — matches similar products and helps to suggests combinations
Haystack — facial recognition
HireVue — uses facial recognition to help you decided on job candidates
Black — learns about shoppers behaviour in your store
C3 IoT — helps to unify application development and data science
KONUX — sensor analytics solution for businesses
Imubit — machine learning for manufacturing process optimisation
Maana — a range of workflow optimisation products for fuel and industry
Predix — helps you develop, deploy, and operate industrial apps
Planet OS — helps renewable energy companies utilise their data better
Sight Machine — manufacturing analytics
Sentenai — automates data engineering for data science
Snips — add a voice assistant to your connected product
Bonsai — develop more adaptive, trusted and programmable AI models
Deckard.ai — helps predict project timelines
Fuzzy.ai — adds intelligent decision making to web and mobile apps
Gigster — connecting projects with the right team
Kite — augments your coding environment with web available knowledge
Layer 6 AI — deep learning platform for prediction and personalisation
Morph — makes developing chatbots for your business easy
Ozz — make your bot smarter, by helping it self learn
RainforestQA — rapidly web and mobile app testing
SignifAI — increase server uptime and predict downtime
CrowdFlower — helps with sentiment analysis, search relevance, and more
Dataiku — data science platform for prototype, deploy, and run at scale
DataScience — enterprise data science platform for R&D and production
Domino Data Lab — platform for collaborating, building and deploying
Exploratory — makes DS accessible to analysts with Open Source algorithms
Kaggle — helps you learn, work, and play with machine learning models
RapidMiner — makes data science teams more productive
Seldon — helps DS teams put machine learning models into production
SherlockML — a platform to build, test, and deploy AI algorithms
Spark — research engine, capable of discovering complex patterns in data
Arimo — behavioural AI for IoT
Ayasdi — a suite of intelligent applications for enterprise
DataRobot — a range of products to improve enterprise products
Dataminr — discovers events and breaking information before the news
Electra by Lore — helps you to answer questions about your business
Einstein — a smarter Salesforce
Fuzzy AI — adds intelligent decision making to web and mobile apps
Logz.io — helps you index, search, visualise and analyse your data
NXT AI — is a framework for temporal pattern recognition and prediction
Paxata — to transform raw data into useful information automatically
The better the data are used, the better our future will be.
As I promised, here is the infographic of List Of 50 Unique AI Technologies