SI
SI
discoversearch

Technology Stocks : ASML Holding NV
ASML 186.37+1.8%5:10 PM ESTNews

 Public ReplyPrvt ReplyMark as Last ReadFilePrevious 10Next 10PreviousNext  
From: BeenRetired9/10/2017 8:16:31 AM
   of 4886
 
"85% indicate they will invest extensively in AI-related technologies"....................................................

Everyone will want data from 5G IoE thingies. Gobs and gobs and gobs.
The 21st has just started to become EUV bit intense.
Samsung sees path to 1.5nm with all kinda crazy stuff enabling it. The see 1nm possible. While shills do a Harold Camping. O'fer forever shills.
High NA @ 2X current $100M EUV.
Need for bunches of HMI stuff, too.
>2X earnings by '20 sandbagging.

ASML.

In the survey, 79% of executives agree that AI will help accelerate technology adoption throughout their organizations. In addition, 85% indicate they will invest extensively in AI-related technologies over the next three years.

The Accenture authors cite a prime example of where AI is making its first inroads into enterprise UI and UX: voice-activated systems. "Advances in natural language processing and machine learning make technology more intuitive to use, like telling virtual assistants to schedule a meeting instead of accessing scheduling software to find a time, create an event,and type the details," they state. "AI already plays a variety of roles throughout the user experience. At the simplest level, it curates content for people, like the mobile app Spotify suggesting new music based on previous listening choices. In a more significant role, AI applies machine learning to guide actions toward the best outcome."

The leading enterprise technology vendors are also looking to AI as the future of computer interfaces -- "from Salesforce Einstein, to Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services, to the Google Cloud Platform." There are also open source AI platforms available -- "from Google's TensorFlow to Intel's Trusted Analytics Platform. Caffe, a deep learning framework developed at the University of California, Berkeley, was the basis of the Deep Dream project Google released in 2016 to show how their artificial neural networks viewed images."


Report TOU ViolationShare This Post
 Public ReplyPrvt ReplyMark as Last ReadFilePrevious 10Next 10PreviousNext  

Copyright © 1995-2017 Knight Sac Media. All rights reserved.Stock quotes are delayed at least 15 minutes - See Terms of Use.