↳ Artificial Lawyer

Growing Nordic Legal Tech Day Celebrates Legal AI

Last week Artificial Lawyer attended Nordic Legal Tech Day in Stockholm and witnessed further proof that interest in the New Wave of legal tech, especially
Last week Artificial Lawyer attended Nordic Legal Tech Day in Stockholm and witnessed further proof that interest in the New Wave of legal tech, especially

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↳ Two Wandering Soles

14 Inspiring Campervan Experts and Their Advice for You

Campervan Experts

Unless you’re a hermit living under a rock, you’ve probably noticed the #vanlife trend.

Are you interested in life on the road, but don’t know how it’ll work for you? Maybe you have kids, or money is tight. Or perhaps you have one (or two!) furry friends you couldn’t leave behind.

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↳ VentureBeat

Moral programming will define the future of autonomous transportation


GUEST:

Our lives are becoming increasingly automated by the minute. Many everyday tasks have been relegated to algorithms of smart software without consumers even noticing. For example, a staggering 70 percent of stock trading is now fully automated. This automation has resulted in massive job loss as well as resentment toward nascent AI technologies.

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↳ Tripoto.com

Can Do Cannes!

No matter how much you try, you might miss out on something or the other. Don’t lose out on precious memories with the people you love, just to fit in an extra visit.

It’s bright! It’s sunny! It’s summer! It’s May! It’s the most awaited month for the International Fashion, Film and Travel industries!

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↳ VentureBeat

The top 10 angel investors in AI

The artificial intelligence space is growing quickly and, with that, so is the need among AI startups to find the right investor.

I and four of my colleagues at NYU recently developed an AI powered engine to analyze investor data and identify the investors most likely to invest in certain startups. After analyzing more than 22,000 angel funding rounds since 2014 based on data available through Crunchbase, we ranked top angel investors in the AI space measuring three primary variables:

Recency: measures angel investors’ latest investments in the angel round.

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↳ Machine Learning Mastery

Promise of Deep Learning for Natural Language Processing

The promise of deep learning in the field of natural language processing is the better performance by models that may require more data but less linguistic expertise to train and operate.

There is a lot of hype and large claims around deep learning methods, but beyond the hype, deep learning methods are achieving state-of-the-art results on challenging problems.

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↳ Kevein Books 'n' Reviews

Book Review: The Tunnel by Ruskin Bond

The Tunnel is a short story written by Ruskin Bond covered in the novella ‘The Road to the Bazaar’. Tranquility in nature and duty are two major themes nicely conveyed in this story. Suraj wants to see the train passing through the tunnel, hence he comes to a small village from Dehradun on a bicycle and from there he walks up to a hill mound.

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↳ VRScout

Blocker is a Revolutionary AR Application for Filmmakers

Filmmakers rejoice! Augmented Reality just made your job a whole lot easier.

Much has been made of the storytelling capacities of VR and AR, but what about using them as tools to aid other storytelling media?

The recent release of iOS 11 has ushered in a slate of new AR applications into the mainstream, and while many are just for escapism and fun, others have been designed to enhance our lives and work with the unprecedented functionality.

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↳ A Little Blog of Books

Ghosts of the Tsunami by Richard Lloyd Parry

‘Ghosts of the Tsunami: Death and Life in Japan’s Disaster Zone’ is Richard Lloyd Parry’s account of the devastation caused by the 9.0 magnitude earthquake which struck off the coast of north-east Japan on 11th March 2011 and the 120-foot high tsunami which followed less than an hour later. Much of the international news coverage at the time focused on the destruction of the Fukushima nuclear reactor.

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↳ Tripoto.com

Forget Beaches, Discover Adventure In Kerala With This Easy And Spectacular DIY Trek

Popular only as a beach and backwater destination, few know that the beautiful state of Kerala, covered in a patchwork of green and blue, has hidden trails that make for enthralling treks. While some take you across hills, others find their way along coasts and over rocky shores.

One of these mountain treks, is the trail that takes you to Pythalmala.

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↳ Chatbots Life

Must have KPIs for Chat bots

If you think you can just build a chatbot, release it and forget it, you are wrong! Having metrics to measure and visualize the performance of your chatbot is important. Just like we track and monitor the performance and metrics in other key areas of your business, you need to monitor you chatbot metrics properly if you want it to perform better.

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↳ Kevein Books 'n' Reviews

Book Review: Cat in the Rain by Ernest Hemingway

Cat in the Rain is a short story by Ernest Hemingway set against the Italian backdrop on a rainy day. The duration of the story hardly stretches up to a day but it ably puts forth the idea of vacationing on a rainy day. On the contrary, the story goes anti-romantic for the American couple.In a hotel in Italy, there are only two guests and they are American couple.

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↳ VentureBeat

The road beyond self-driving cars

Many autonomous vehicle discussions don’t go far enough in describing the impact the technology will have on behavior over time. We are concerned mostly with whether we’re talking about “hands on” or “hands off” the steering wheel, but at some point, confidence in the technology will grow and we won’t have to pay attention to the road or other cars at all as we ride.

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↳ Priyanka Reads

Book Review: The Martian by Andy Weir

Definitely one of the better “science” fiction books I’ve read, simply because the science in this book seems viable and not too far fetched. The book is written mostly in journal entries, which upholds the bleak tone of the author while keeping the reader engaged.

This book has no romance, little to no self-reflection and reminiscing, and is pretty much all about one astronaut’s will to survive.

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