Like Prospera’s AI application, iUNU’s application wants to help farmers by placing cameras on tracks installed in their greenhouse ceilings. These cameras will use computer vision to identify health problems with growing plants. The only distinction between the two, as far as we can tell, is that iUNU claims its tracks will be able to be used with other devices as well, and their product will be a platform instead of just one solo product.

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Enterprise companies may want to use AI advances in their business solutions, but government regulations may not let them, and for good cause. Sometimes AI developers have no idea how their creation came up with its conclusion, and so they can’t answer regulators questions of “why.” This AI, however, is working to reverse engineer the black box to understand what it’s doing.

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We take endless amounts of pictures, and it can take time to cull them of the pictures we don’t want, like duplicate and blurry photos. Now Zyl, a machine learning app, can reduce the time it takes you to go through your photos. And the nice part is it focuses on privacy, so it’s not using your photos to learn more about you.

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What makes this personal assistant special in the ocean new personal assistants? It keeps getting better as it learns your preferences, and if it doesn’t know how to handle your request, human teams train Fin how to fulfill your request next time. Let’s hope this pricey little personal assistant is worth the money its users pay for it, in light of free options.

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