Month of January 2018 - Page Number 30

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  1. 291.
    IPCOM000252349D | 2018-Jan-05
  2. 292.
    Generally, the present disclosure is directed to classifying a user as driver or passenger in a vehicle using machine learning. In particular, in some implementations, the systems and methods of the present disclosure can include or otherwise leverage one or more machine-learned models to predict a user type based on...
    IPCOM000252348D | 2018-Jan-05
  3. 293.
    Generally, the present disclosure is directed to improving driver safety by identifying impaired drivers. In particular, in some implementations, the systems and methods of the present disclosure can include or otherwise leverage one or more machine-learned models to predict a driver's impairment state based on...
    IPCOM000252347D | 2018-Jan-05
  4. 294.
    Generally, the present disclosure is directed to optimizing route guidance in a navigation or ride share service to preserve user loyalty. In particular, in some implementations, the systems and methods of the present disclosure can include or otherwise leverage one or more machine-learned models to predict likelihood...
    IPCOM000252346D | 2018-Jan-05
  5. 295.
    Generally, the present disclosure is directed to classification of data objects (e.g. documents, images, graphs, etc.). In particular, in some implementations, the systems and methods of the present disclosure can include or otherwise leverage one or more machine-learned models to classify a data object based on...
    IPCOM000252345D | 2018-Jan-05
  6. 296.
    Generally, the present disclosure is directed to determining optimal priority values for one or more processes in a computing system. In particular, in some implementations, the systems and methods of the present disclosure can include or otherwise leverage one or more machine-learned models to predict an optimal...
    IPCOM000252344D | 2018-Jan-05
  7. 297.
    Generally, the present disclosure is directed to using customer support interaction data to estimate customer satisfaction. In particular, in some implementations, the systems and methods of the present disclosure can include or otherwise leverage one or more machine-learned models to predict a customer satisfaction...
    IPCOM000252343D | 2018-Jan-05
  8. 298.
    IPCOM000252342D | 2018-Jan-05
  9. 299.
    IPCOM000252341D | 2018-Jan-05
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    Smart devices in the form of personal assistants are becoming more common and more dynamic. In addition to audibly exchanging information with a user via a mechanism such as a smart speaker, a personal assistant may now include a display to present useful ambient information to a user, such as time, weather, calendar...
    IPCOM000252340D | 2018-Jan-05