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Gmail for Android will use machine learning for high priority notifications

Google continues to work on improvements for one of its most popular services, Gmail, with the latest addition leveraging the power of technology to make notifications even smarter and more helpful.

Google on Thursday officially announced what it says is notifications for “high priority emails”. Google will be leveraging machine learning to work out which email messages you receive are most important, and once you opt-in, you’ll only get notifications for those messages. This should limit the flood of notifications some Gmail users get every single day.

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MSI Infinite X Gaming Desktop Review: A solid machine that has it where it counts

Choosing your next PC can be a rather daunting process. Do you go with a pre-built or build your own? Do you go with a small form factor or a full size? Today I’ll be taking a look at MSI’s Infinite X Gaming Desktop which should be a strong contender…

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Applying machine learning to challenges in the pharmaceutical industry

MIT continues its efforts to transform the process of drug design and manufacturing with a new MIT-industry consortium, the Machine Learning for Pharmaceutical Discovery and Synthesis. The new consortium already includes eight industry partners, all major players in the pharmaceutical field, including Amgen, BASF, Bayer, Lilly, Novartis, Pfizer, Sunovion, and WuXi. A large number of these have a research presence in Cambridge or the surrounding areas, allowing for close cooperation and the creation of a center for artificial intelligence (AI) applications in pharmaceuticals.

The drug discovery process can often be exceedingly expensive and time-consuming, but machine learning offe…
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Master Data Management Joins the Machine Learning Party

In a normal master data management (MDM) project, a current state business process flow is built, followed by a future state business process flow that incorporates master data management. The current state is usually ugly as it has been built piecemeal over time and represents something so onerous that the company is finally willing to do something about it and inject master data management into the process. Many obvious improvements to process come out of this exercise and the future state is usually quite streamlined, which is one of the benefits of MDM.

I present today that these future state processes are sel…

ARM Details Project Trillium’s Machine Learning Processor To Drive AI To the Edge

ARM Details Project Trillium’s Machine Learning Processor To Drive AI To the Edge After taking a measured, wait-and-see approach to machine learning, Arm is ready to jump into the fold full throttle. Today, the company is following up on its Project Trillium announcement from back in February with new details surrounding its machine learning processor, also known as the neural-network processing unit or NPU. To quickly……
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A trophy coffee machine!


Nothing about the Drip says “appliance for your mundane kitchen”. This incredibly sculptural coffee machine looks more like a trophy for professional excellence than a coffee brewing apparatus. Made almost entirely from aluminum, the Drip’s forms are stylized to look elegant and savvy. Pair it with the microtextured matte black and polished gold color/finish combination and you’ve got something truly remarkable looking. Besides the colors …
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Best laptop games: 10 top low-spec titles that won’t melt your machine

It may be the opinion of some PC gamers that you aren’t a hardcore player unless you’re rocking a GTX1080 and have a different VR headset for each day of the week. But almost any half-decent laptop made in the last five years can actually play an amazing library of games without even needing a dedicated GPU.

We’re here to show you the amazing low-demand recent games that you’d be a fool to miss, as well as some AAA smashes that work surprisingly well on low-end hardware.

  • Once you’re looking for something meatier, check out our best PC games
  • CPU: 2 GHz
  • RAM: 4 GB
  • GPU: Intel HD 3000 or better

Whether he’s at LucasArts,…
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