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17 Jun 19
tgckrishna

As SEO experts, one thing we are accustomed to finding out about is the several SEO organizations out there professing to be specialists who can phenomenally enable organizations to achieve the highest point of the web crawler results. On the off chance that lone it were that straightforward! Ongoing changes to the Google search calculations […]

17 Jun 19
Dr.Lamba's Awakening Call

When it comes to technology trends, AI has been undeniably leading the way in recent years and is expected to continue to do so for decades to come. From self-driving cars to predictive medicine and personalized learning, AI is increasingly shaping both practical and intimate aspects of our everyday lives, including matching us to our […]

17 Jun 19
SKT Cleaning

It is necessary to clean home and every corner of your dream land. But there are situations when one is not able to maintain cleanliness. There are different techniques exists. Home is not just a place where people of unique perspective live together but home is a feeling that provide emotional attachment even to a […]

17 Jun 19
Hao-mold.com

Hao-mold is a professional plastic mold maker in China with a high quality of plastic injection molding. Choose Chinese mold and services. plastic injection molds  are the least expensive crude materials accessible in the market. Plastic gets fit as a fiddle and size by the procedure of Injection Molding. This trim is the way toward […]

17 Jun 19
Wellcome Sanger Institute Blog

The information in our genomes is helping doctors diagnose and treat disease. But how far can personalised medicine go?

17 Jun 19
Latest News

“3D Printing Service Bureaus Market – Global Industry Trend Analysis 2012 to 2017 and Forecast 2017 – 2025” is the latest addition to MarketResearchReports.Biz industry research reports collection. The global 3D Printing Service Bureaus Market, which is extensively assessed in the report contemplates the best need development angles and how they could affect the market […]

17 Jun 19
Capture Scotland Ltd

Trial run of tour 1; Well it started at 3am……. yip 3am!! I wanted either a sun rise or sun set and Scott wanting to meet the desires of his clients was happy to facilitate this. So I left the house at 3am (like a half shut knife, but I was there in mind even […]

17 Jun 19
Tom's Blog

Day 1: During this day, we went to our school to help others and organize our work life with mentors. Work experience started at 8:45am and ended at 4pm. In the morning, we met up with our mentor and got introduced to a timetable. We firstly started working on an online course, this is where […]

17 Jun 19
GRIZZLY TECH

Australian researchers announced the development of a microwave circulator for the scale-up of quantum computing. A team of researchers from the University of Sydney and Microsoft, in collaboration with Stanford University, reportedly miniaturized a critical component for the scaling-up of quantum computing: the microwave circulator. According to the team, their invention represents the first practical […]

17 Jun 19
My InfoSec Blog

By Jim Breithaupt and Mark S. Merkow Date: Jul 4, 2014 This chapter introduces these key information security principles and concepts, showing how the best security specialists combine their practical knowledge of computers and networks with general theories about security, technology, and human nature. Chapter Objectives After reading this chapter and completing the exercises, you will be able […]

17 Jun 19
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The Professional Pool and Spa Operator (PPSO®) certification course is the industry’s premier program for commercial swimming pool operators, managers, engineers, service company professionals, health officials and facility owners. ​ Developed FOR the industry, BY the industry, the PPSO® course zeroes-in on the core skills needed for safe and efficient commercial pool and spa operation. […]

17 Jun 19
Capgemini Norge
By Pierre-Adrien Hanania and Michael Schimpke Applying AI to road traffic can lead to a better and safer society. On the one hand, security services would be able to better detect anomalies and fight danger. On the other hand, road infrastructures and their users would clearly benefit from a more energy-efficient and regulated use of what are the veins of a city. How AI enables a smarter road traffic But before start thinking about what kind of city we could live in, we need to determine how AI can help to make road traffic smarter. Machine learning algorithms require both high quantity and quality of data to efficiently gather information. But where to get it? Traffic neither keeps bills and receipts, nor does it generate sensor data as do production lines. The only source available is traffic cameras. Consequently, smart traffic management and surveillance rely mainly on advanced computer vision systems. As traffic surveillance videos are highly complex data sources comprising a plethora of information, a model that is more sophisticated than simple image recognition must be built. A two-step model is needed, where all relevant shapes have to be identified first. This is important to filter crucial picture components and reduce computational efforts. Quelle: pexels.com In a second step, each identified shape is classified. This procedure has already been implemented successfully based on convolutional neural networks showing high accuracies, such as Mask-R-CNN[1] by Facebook AI Research and R-FCN[2] by Microsoft Research. Quelle: pexels.com Nevertheless, these networks are precise but rather slow. Therefore,  they are not applicable to real-time analysis of traffic camera input. New algorithms, including single shot detectors (SSDs), provide a solution to this problem. They substantially increase the processing speed of pictures, such that videos with frame rates over 30 fps can be analyzed instantly. Although the speed boost trades off with decreasing recognition accuracy, state-of-the-art techniques[3],[4],[5] manage to maintain high frame rates while keeping a decent precision level. Hence, these thoughts are clearly not a vision of the future but already a reality that is applied in several fields. AI identifies, searches, and tracks specific elements The model focus needs to be more detailed in order to influence security and surveillance matters. It might be not enough to just identify cars as cars or persons as persons. To find persons of interest or cars, the detection algorithms also need to disclose unique specifics. This implies detecting license plates or faces, capturing relevant information, and identifying it by matching it to databases. This procedure highlights three features of what AI can do in road traffic: Identifying and recognizing wanted objects, such as stolen cars or missing persons An accurate working identification system enables searching for characteristics or details All classes of the classified model can be searched for in a connected traffic surveillance database, for example persons with red shirts, green cars, or blue bikes. This search function can be extended into a tracking process using an integrated system where all traffic cameras share information on a central platform. A certain person is identified by several characteristics, his profile gets enriched with detailed data describing clothes and other features. The profile is sent to the platform, where other traffic cameras can access and search for it. As the next camera identifies the person, a movement profile can be recorded. From security cases to the bigger picture of a smart city The huge increase in computational power as well as the continuous elaboration of data-driven AI systems has made the vision of smart roads a realistic one. Traffic cameras were first installed decades ago, but today their benefit no longer depends on human control capacities. Single objects can be recognized, analyzed, and matched with databases in real time. Automatic decision-making based on this gathered information opens up many opportunities. For security cases, applying AI could help fight organized crime, which often uses roads as channels for transporting drugs or weapons. These criminal activities tend to follow common schemes regarding road behavior and suspicious car components, among other things. The identification of punctual dangers, such as ghost drivers or objects lying on high-speed roads, might be quicker and more efficient with AI. What serves security can obviously also serve other purposes; security being only one element of the bigger picture that is a smart city. Monitoring parking, for instance, is a good example of how AI can improve road traffic. By assessing the overall situation or recognizing free parking spots and communicating these to the driver, AI-based insights might help the driver decide whether he wants to drive or take public transportation, or it can direct that driver to the nearest available parking spot.[6] AI could also use cameras on street crossroads to connect with traffic lights in order to enable intelligent traffic flow.[7] By detecting license plates, AI-based cases can identify the need for toll charges and initiate the payment process. This is actually done in London with the Congestion Charge and has led to 30% less traffic.[8] Furthermore, replacing old streetlamps with smart lighting systems significantly lowers energy consumption while increasing the subjective sense of security.[9] Potential use cases for AI in road traffic AI ethics will need to be at the heart of it all By dealing with roads as playground, AI developers will need to think about core elements of what has been conceptualized as AI ethics. Four dimensions must be at the center of the use cases mentioned above: Reliability of AI How “right” is AI – does it recognize false positive, such as a fake weapon, or will I be asked to pull over by the police when I take my child to a costume party dressed as knight with a sword? Beyond the recognition of factitious objects also lies the question of the neutrality of AI – how can one guarantee that the AI will be able to identify the independent variable and avoid jumping to conclusions based on skin color or ethnicity? Data privacy and processing By dealing with very personal data, AI applications in road traffic will be subject to the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation, which regulates the processing of personal data. Many of the use cases mentioned will therefore need to address data privacy – with one of the possible solutions being anonymization. Explainability of AI When it comes to security services, we have to legitimize the use of AI in making decisions that affect our day-to-day lives. While the black-box issue unavoidable, substantial insights on how AI reaches its conclusions will be a crucial asset. The role of the human Who is accountable for AI-based decisions? Where does the human step in and how can misled AI be contradicted? Many studies have shown that the human tends to stop thinking when AI takes over – this is a danger that cannot happen in use cases involving road security. As in many fields, we have to think of AI as something that augments the human, rather than replacing him. Do all roads lead to artificial intelligence? In our ever-expanding cities, AI can help organize and optimize the way we use roads safely. The benefits of AI could have a valuable impact on better organizing our movements, mastering the urban veins, and making decisive environmental and security-related advances. The industry will need to embrace this potential in a comprehensive way that respects privacy and builds on a robust technology that is able to deal with the huge amount of data needed. One key component of it will be to involve the human in all processes in which AI should only add time-saving and accuracy-helping features. Only then, the trip toward AI will be a safe and successful one.   [1] Kaiming He, Georgia Gkioxari, Piotr Dollár, Ross Girshick 2017, Mask-R-CNN, arXiv:1703.06870 [cs.CV]. [2] Jifeng Dai, Yi Li, Kaiming He, Jian Sun 2016, R-FCN: Object Detection via Region-based Fully Convolutional Networks, arXiv:1605.06409 [cs.CV]. [3] Joseph Redmon, Santosh Divvala, Ross Girshick, Ali Farhadi 2016, You Only Look Once: Unified, Real-Time Object Detection, The IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), p. 779–788. [4] Tsung-Yi Lin, Priya Goyal, Ross Girshick, Kaiming He, Piotr Dollár, Focal Loss for Dense Object Recognition, arXiv:1708.02002 [cs.CV]. [5] Wei Liu , Dragomir Anguelov , Dumitru Erhan , Christian Szegedy , Scott Reed , Cheng-Yang F , Alexander C. Berg 2016, SSD: Single Shot MultiBox Detector, arXiv:1512.02325v5 [cs.CV]. [6] See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eydYEEhPRkg. [7] See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j79offP5evc. [8] Garcia, Irene 2019, $15 a Day to Drive? Londoners Say ‘Thanks, I’ll take the train,’ on https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-02-28/london-s-congestion-charge-has-cut-traffic-by-30-percent. [9] See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pL4QbP_Y9rM.
17 Jun 19
NCFE Media Level 2

Who Are The Customers: The customers are pretty much anyone, if a television industry is aiming at teenagers, adults or young adults as their target audience. Customers are defined by their purchase of goods, or their contracting for services, as the customer, or end user. as the term is commonly used, a customer is end […]

17 Jun 19
ALL STAR BIO

In our daily life, we came across many celebrities who are known for their good looks and beautiful hair. They hire an expert team of professional make-up artist and hair stylist. Today we are going to discuss one such individual. The 29-year-old, Tokyo Stylez is a celebrity wig maker and hairstylist, who has gained a […]

13 Jun 19
Poker Guides

Online poker has become extremely popular for many people and as a result there is a thriving number of poker web sites online to accommodate them. Moreover, with the growing number of online players playing poker, we’re additionally seeing a increase in players in physical casinos. A lot of people play poker online for money […]