Matthew Dea

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Improving situational awareness in law enforcement with Microsoft AI

Improving situational awareness in law enforcement with Microsoft AI

♪Dramatic music♪ [Ashish Kakkad]: Coptivity’s this idea that voice interface is becoming a natural way for people to work. [Charlene Wahl]: Instead of calling dispatch where they call in a license plate number that could take up to 30 minutes, they can easily just say the license plate number which goes to a chatbot using […]

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Human-level AI by 2025? Intelligence artificielle 54 (ft. Up and Atom)

Human-level AI by 2025? Intelligence artificielle 54 (ft. Up and Atom)

Haleh I have a question for you, you’re an expert in AI right. When do you think there will be human level a eyes? Hi, Jade, so usually videos on my channel in French. How’s your French? Je ne parle pas français Okay Well Since you’re such a great science youtuber, I’ll do an exception […]

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The Differences between Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep Learning

The Differences between Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep Learning

What’s up guys, my name is Selim Chehimi and in this video, I will explain to you the differences between Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep Learning. I want to emphasize that these topics have been studied by experts for decade. The goal here is to give you an intuitive understanding of it. For a […]

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SPSS for Beginners 1: Introduction

SPSS for Beginners 1: Introduction

In this video, I’m gonna provide an introduction to SPSS and PASW. So, first off, lemme just say that regarding the name, SPSS, PASW, two different names for the same program. And I’m gonna refer to it as SPSS. Now I’m working on version eighteen, which is, should be basically the same as slightly older […]

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It’s Not Magic. It’s Data – Artificial Intelligence for Business

We feel like we need hardcore experts to harness these strange powers of AI Don’t despair all the buzzwords and chatter, are actually buzzwords and chatter The tools for business AI are already out there There’s no need to build them yourself. All they need are data that you already have AI is just a […]

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Using Data and Evaluation to Build DEAI Culture at Your Museum: The SMM Case

Using Data and Evaluation to Build DEAI Culture at Your Museum: The SMM Case

(calming music) – The data aspect of it, or collecting data around equity which then translates to race and identity can potentially be awkward and uncomfortable for people and so they’re like, “how do you collect data? How do you do that?” – What do you use? – We ask these questions of visitors and […]

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Statistical Methodology in the Social Sciences 2017: Session 3

Statistical Methodology in the Social Sciences 2017: Session 3

There we go.>>So we have three more talks, and some people asked about this. This is the most attended this conference has been, this is the third, and it will continue. So next year around this time, it’ll be on a Friday within a week or two of this time. And I will say that […]

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Statistical Methodology in the Social Sciences 2017: Session 1

Statistical Methodology in the Social Sciences 2017: Session 1

Okay, so I tried to group papers into groups. And this first session is perhaps some new methodologies that a lot of people across different areas of social science are interested in. Our first speaker is Lauren Peritz. I’ve asked speakers to talk for 25 minutes. and leave five minutes for the discussion. [SOUND] >>So, […]

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Turtles or Snakes- Which do cars hit more? ROADKILL EXPERIMENT

Turtles or Snakes- Which do cars hit more? ROADKILL EXPERIMENT

so I remember reading a long time ago that people actually swerve more to hit turtles on the road then they would snakes. And as a firm believer in the scientific method I decided to test out this hypothesis So I got a rubber turtle and a rubber snake I also got a rubber tarantula […]

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International Data Panel: Sources, Research Opportunities, and Challenges

[Back ground conversation before presentation starts] [Linda] Good morning. Alright, I’ll try again. Good morning! Alright! So this is going to seem late because tomorrow starts at 8:30 so hopefully you got some sleep this morning. Thank you for getting yourselves here for the 2017 OR Meeting. We’re happy to have such a full room […]

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