Top 10 Tips On How To Study Smart


You study very hard for your exams yet you are disappointed with the results. You question your efforts and wonder why you even bother to study? How to study smart? Most students have experienced this and realize that studying smart is more effective than studying hard.

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Study suggests that AI model selection might introduce bias

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In a new study, researchers suggest that one source of AI bias is model selection, where engineers choose AI models based on metrics. AI Big Data Dev VB Home Page ai artificial intelligence bias category-/Science machine learning metrics performance research study

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Some FDA-approved AI medical devices are not ‘adequately’ evaluated, Stanford study says

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A Stanford study published in Nature Medicine finds evidence that FDA-approved AI medical devices aren't being adequately evaluated. Read More.

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Case studies of successful AI startups

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case studies category-/Business & Industrial LemonadeUnsurprisingly, artificial intelligence is a small part -- albeit an important one -- of a successful product management strategy. Read More. AI Big Data Cloud Commerce Consumer Dev Enterprise Entrepreneur VB Home Page AI startups Butterfly Network

Leading Advertising and Analytics Company Outperforms With a Graph Database

Xandr, a division of AT&T, has built an identity graph that connects information on people, households, and more. The company is using this graph to provide advertisers an ability to deliver commercials more successfully than ever before. Learn more.

Researchers release Melinda dataset to train AI systems for analyzing study methods

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The Melinda dataset looks to establish whether state-of-the-art machine learning models could curate studies as well as human reviewers can. AI Business category-/Science/Computer Science datasets machine learning scientific research study

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Study warns deepfakes can fool facial recognition

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In a new study, researchers find that commercial facial recognition APIs can be easily fooled by deepfakes. Read More. AI Big Data Cloud Dev Media VB Home Page ai Amazon API artificial intelligence category-/Science deepfakes facial recognition Google machine learning Microsoft

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NIST study finds that masks defeat most facial recognition algorithms

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PINs and text messages can be inferred from smart speaker recordings, study shows

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A study from researchers at the University of Cambridge shows that smartphone PINs and texts could be inferred by smart speaker recordings. Read More.

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Facebook failed to fix ad-targeting gender discrimination, study finds

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A new study presents evidence that Facebook's ad targeting algorithms exhibit statistically significant gender bias. Read More. AI Big Data Dev Marketing VB Home Page ad targeting ai artificial intelligence campaign category-/News Facebook machine learning marketing

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Study identifies thousands of Twitter bots amplifying conspiracy theories ahead of the U.S. elections

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AI Big Data Business Dev Social ai artificial intelligence bots Conspiracy conspiracy theories elections machine learning study Twitter U.S. Researchers at the University of Southern California found evidence of bots spreading conspiracies ahead of the U.S. elections. Read More.

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Best Practices for a Marketing Database Cleanse

As frustrating as contact and account data management can be, this is still your database – a massive asset to your organization, even if it is rife with holes and inaccurate information. Entrusting a vendor to help maintain its accuracy and completeness is no ordinary engagement. Download ZoomInfo’s latest data-driven eBook aimed to help marketing leaders understand the best practices around choosing a B2B contact data provider.

Study flaws might be obscuring the role of personality in human-robot interactions

Venture Beast

Researchers at the University of Michigan find flaws in previous studies investigating the role personality plays in human-health care robot interactions.

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Business leaders want low latency, not speed, study finds

Tech Republic Cloud

More edge computing, an IDC study finds In an ideal world, the majority say, latency would be kept to under 5ms. The solution?

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Experian’s Data Breach Preparedness Study: Increased Investments in Security Aren’t Stopping Breaches


Experian® released its seventh annual corporate preparedness study, Is Your Company Ready for a Big Data Breach?, While corporations today are more knowledgeable about security threats and prepared to respond to data breaches, there are key areas in which progress declined in 2019.

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Study Finds Lower Life Expectancy Around Superfund Sites

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The study found a clear link between lower life expectancy and living near a waste site, with residents in poorer neighborhoods possibly losing as much as a year of life. New research suggests that living near hazardous waste is, unsurprisingly, harmful to health and longevity.

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Study finds that even the best speech recognition systems exhibit bias

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A new study finds that even state-of-the-art algorithms are susceptible to bias against certain groups of speakers. Read More.

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Five Essential Pieces of a Prospecting Solution

As organizations chase new revenue targets, B2B sales leaders must examine cutting edge prospecting solutions that proactively help reps identify, connect with, and close qualified buyers faster. This eBook aims to help B2B sales leaders better understand the five essential features your prospecting solution must include.

MIT study finds ‘systematic’ labeling errors in popular AI benchmark datasets

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In a new study, researchers at MIT find evidence of mislabeled data in corpora popularly used to benchmark AI systems. Read More.

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Study finds crime-predicting judicial tool exhibits gender bias

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An algorithmic tool judges can use when deciding whether a defendant should be released before a trial might exhibit bias, a study found. Read More.

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Linux Foundation creates research division to study open source impact

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The Linux Foundation is creating a new research unit to provide greater insight into open source technology and the people creating it. Read More. Cloud Dev Enterprise VB Home Page category-/Computers & Electronics/Software/Operating Systems category-/Science Linux Foundation Open source

Chronic Sinus Inflammation Linked to Changed Brain Activity, Study Finds

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The small study found evidence of a link between chronic sinus inflammation and altered, possibly harmful brain activity. Your always-congested sinuses might be a harbinger of more trouble down the road, new research out Friday suggests.

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Is There an ASR Gender Gap?

In the intersection of language and technology, we have to ask: what role has technology played in the problem of a gender gap? We took a look at Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) data from ourselves and our competitors to see what evidence there is of a gender gap in ASR. Read on in this study to find out more about how this data shows the accuracy of the gap.

Cybersecurity Perception Study shows increasing admiration for those in the profession

Tech Republic Security

The study by (ISC)² also finds a global shortage of 4.07 million

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Most People Don't Lose Weight Long Term, Study Finds

GizModo VR

The study tracked people in the general public for over a decade and found that those who were already overweight or obese tended to stay overweight or obese. New research is the latest to suggest that sustained weight loss is extremely difficult for most people.

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Salesforce Research wields AI to study medicine, economics, and speech

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Salesforce Research is involved with a number of different projects, from biomedical AI to debiasing in natural language processing. Read More.

Study: Most enterprise IoT transactions are unencrypted

Network World

Of the millions of enterprise- IoT transactions examined in a recent study, the vast majority were sent without benefit of encryption, leaving the data vulnerable to theft and tampering. The research by cloud-based security provider Zscaler found that about 91.5 percent of transactions by internet of things devices took place over plaintext, while 8.5 percent were encrypted with SSL.

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Cyber security not a priority for most sectors, study finds

Computer Weekly

Despite data breaches costing UK firms nearly £30bn in 2016, cyber security is still not a priority for most UK industry sectors, a study has revealed

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NYU study: Facebook?s content moderation efforts are ?grossly inadequate?

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In a scathing indictment of Facebook's content moderation practices, a new study says outsourcing is a key reason the company's efforts are failing.

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Apple Watch Can Detect Covid-19 a Week Early, Study Finds

GizModo VR

In the early days of the pandemic, dozens of researchers launched studies trying to see whether wearables of all sorts could potentially identify covid-19 before symptoms began.

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AI can persuade people to make ethically questionable decisions, study finds

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A new study suggests that people are susceptible to the influence of ethically questionable advice from AI systems. Read More. AI Big Data Dev VB Home Page ai artificial intelligence category-/People & Society ethics GPT-2 language models machine learning morality OpenAI

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Study finds misconfigured cloud storage services in 93% of cloud deployments analyzed

Tech Republic Security

An Accurics study said cloud breaches will likely increase in velocity and scale as more enterprises move to the cloud

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DevOps largely failing to improve security, study shows

Computer Weekly

Despite the promise of improved application security, DevOps is failing to deliver due to some key barriers, an HPE study shows

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Enterprise adoption of encryption accelerating, study shows

Computer Weekly

Cloud adoption and escalating threats are accelerating adoption of encryption, a study has revealed

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Researchers: AI Behavior Should Be Studied

Information Week

As AI and underlying technologies such as machine learning and deep learning spread, we need to create a field of study that examines machine behavior

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Most businesses vulnerable to cyber attacks through firmware, study shows

Computer Weekly

Company culture and overall attitude to security is a major contribution to vulnerability to cyber attack through firmware, a study by Isaca has revealed

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Outlandish Stanford facial recognition study claims there are links between facial features and political orientation

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A controversial study from Stanford-affiliated researchers claims to find links between facial features and political affiliation. Read More.

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PNAS Editor Acknowledges Controversy of Facebook Study


As a private company Facebook was under no obligation” to observe these standards, said Mr. Verma, and the editors at PNAS determined that publicizing the study was appropriate despite Facebook’s secrecy. The largest digital companies likely know much more than many Americans would think – and following the reaction to this study, companies will likely be hesitant to make public the extent of their information. By Shannon Perry.

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Study shows that federated learning can lead to reduced carbon emissions

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A new study shows that federated learning might lessen the carbon impact of AI and machine learning model training. Read More.

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AI displays bias and inflexibility in civility detection, study finds

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Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania find that AI systems like Jigsaw's Perspective API have trouble classifying incivility. Read More. AI Big Data Cloud Dev VB Home Page ai API artificial intelligence category-/News/Politics Jigsaw perspective Perspective API

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Trust issues stifling digital economy growth, study shows

Computer Weekly

Businesses that have products and services based on trust have a significant opportunity to future-proof their business, but those who do not risk being side-lined, a study shows

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Scientific study reveals Bitcoin is not dominant in cryptocurrency market

Computer Weekly

Study into the ecology of cryptocurrencies has found that investors only consider market share when buying

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Studies reveal verified social media users are fueling COVID-19 fake news

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A pair of new studies show that verified accounts, not necessarily bots, might be driving the spread of misinformation on social media. Read More.

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