ML continues to improve many traditional processes. Read how it’s helping with material engineering and how it’s changing how companies approach operations. Plus, machine learning systems you’re using everyday and probably didn’t even know it. And finally, how are AI and ML impacting NASA. 

Creating the Materials of the Future Using Machine Learning 

By Greta Harrison, contributing writer for 

As the world sees rapid advancements in areas such as renewable energy, water management, transport, and quantum computing, the need for new types of advanced materials to support these emerging technologies is increasing. However, developing new materials is laborious—taking decades from concept to implementation.  


Here’s How Companies are Using A.I., Machine Learning 

By Nick Kolakowski, contributing writer for 

Companies widely expect that artificial intelligence (A.I.) and machine learning will fundamentally change their operations in coming years. To hear executives talk about it, apps will grow “smarter,” tech stacks will automatically adapt to vulnerabilities, and processes throughout organizations will become entirely automated. 


Top Machine Learning Recommended Systems We Use In Our Everyday Life 

By Madhurjya Chowdhury, contributing writer for 

We can’t discount the fact that the internet plays an important role in our personal and professional lives! We are all reliant on technology nowadays. We sometimes depend on manual methods to achieve our goals over a decade ago, and we never anticipated that we would be thinking about machine learning applications in this period. 


Use of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in NASA

By Madhurjya Chowdhury, contributing writer for

Artificial intelligence and machine learning have had a profound influence on a wide range of areas and businesses, where they have paved the way for the automation and optimization of operations as well as the development of new business opportunities. However, due to quick advances, these technological innovations are being used in research and development outside of our atmosphere and into space.


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