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AI Can Now Pass School Tests but Still Falls Short on the Turing Test
Although AI can now pass eighth-grade level multiple-choice tests, its creativity still lags far behind.
Sep 15, 2019 12:35 UTC Artificial-Intelligence Read More

Our Cultural Need To Integrate Local Food Production And Artificial Intelligence
With the rise of AI in farming, how might we better resist industrial farming by taking advantage of new technology and involving cultural notions of consumption…
Sep 14, 2019 19:43 UTC Artificial-Intelligence Read More

Skylum Software Company Feature Revolutionary Photo Editing Software Powered by Artificial Intelligence
One of the challenges that photographers face when shooting outdoors is making a location look great, no matter how beautiful or drab it actually is. Sure, there…
Sep 14, 2019 17:04 UTC Artificial-Intelligence Read More

Elon Musk: ‘A very serious danger to the public’ – tech giant's dire warning revealed
ELON MUSK offered a grave warning over the dangers of Artificial intelligence, claiming they could be more dangerous than nuclear warheads.
Sep 14, 2019 16:40 UTC Artificial-Intelligence Read More

Entrata Features Several AI-Themed Product Updates at Annual Summit
Entrata, the multifamily industry's most comprehensive technology provider, is this week hosting its seventh annual Entrata Summit at the Stein Ericksen Lodge…
Sep 14, 2019 14:09 UTC Artificial-Intelligence Read More

How Artificial Intelligence Is Changing Cyber Security Landscape and Preventing Cyber Attacks
Whether it is Network Security, behavioral analytics, vulnerability management or phishing detection, AI and deep learning tools are indispensable while dealing…
Sep 14, 2019 10:28 UTC Artificial-Intelligence Read More

First Earth observation satellite with AI set to launch
ESA plans to launch the first Earth observation satellite incorporating artificial intelligence (AI) in a few months.
Sep 14, 2019 03:52 UTC Artificial-Intelligence Read More

The hobbyists competing to make AI human
This weekend Steve Worswick will be pushing the boundaries of what it is to be human, attempting to fool a panel of judges into thinking they are chatting to…
Sep 13, 2019 23:46 UTC Artificial-Intelligence Read More

Xnor teases an AI gizmo that’ll make sure grocery stores keep their shelves stocked
AI is coming to a grocery store shelf near you, courtesy of Xnor.ai, a spin-out from Seattle's Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence.
Sep 13, 2019 23:19 UTC Artificial-Intelligence Read More

The $50 AI-powered Yi Smart Home Camera 3 is down to $39.99 with this special coupon
There's a huge difference between a home security camera and a SMART home security camera, and it doesn't get much smarter than the YI Smart Home…
Sep 13, 2019 23:15 UTC Artificial-Intelligence Read More

DeepMind, artificial intelligence and the future of the NHS
One morning a few weeks ago Stephen Foot, a warehouseman from Enfield, woke up in a London hospital to discover the unlikely harbinger of a coming…
Sep 13, 2019 23:01 UTC Artificial-Intelligence Read More

Artificial intelligence: The future IT help desk
Artificial intelligence can provide timely and efficient IT support, freeing up tech pros' workloads.
Sep 13, 2019 20:48 UTC Artificial-Intelligence Read More

Video: Deterministic vs. replicated AI: Building For Honor 's battlefield
In this 2017 GDC talk For Honor devs Frederic Doll and Xavier Guilbeault explain how Ubisoft created a big, active battlefield on the backbone of a di.
Sep 13, 2019 19:18 UTC Artificial-Intelligence Read More

What They Are Saying: Support For DOE's New Artificial Intelligence and Technology Office
On Friday, September 6, 2019, Secretary of Energy Rick Perry announced the formal establishment of DOE's Artificial Intelligence and Technology Office. Here is…
Sep 13, 2019 18:44 UTC Artificial-Intelligence Read More

How AI can save the retail industry
Brick and mortar stores are closing left and right, but artificial intelligence may be able to keep them alive.
Sep 13, 2019 17:39 UTC Artificial-Intelligence Read More

This AI can pass a 12th-grade standardized science test
Last week, researchers at the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence demonstrated in a new paper that an AI they'd designed could ace an eighth-grade…
Sep 13, 2019 16:49 UTC Artificial-Intelligence Read More

The Pentagon's top AI official explains 'computer vision'
Lt. Gen. Jack Shanahan, director of the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center, talks about drawing new lines of AI effort.
Sep 13, 2019 15:02 UTC Artificial-Intelligence Read More

This company uses machine learning to tell cows apart from each other
Have you ever been able to tell one cow apart from another? Well, your phone can. Like human faces, cows and buffaloes also have specific features on their…
Sep 13, 2019 14:55 UTC Artificial-Intelligence Read More

Artificial Intelligence Takes On Big Pharma
These artificial intelligence robots can make scientific discoveries faster―and less expensively―than humans.
Sep 13, 2019 14:07 UTC Artificial-Intelligence Read More

AI Weekly: Hurray for boring AI
I keep having the same conversation with companies that want to brief me about their latest AI-related news: It's not exciting, but it's smart.
Sep 13, 2019 13:49 UTC Artificial-Intelligence Read More

Human biases cause problems for machines trying to learn chemistry
Scientists have identified human biases in datasets used to train machine learning models for computer-aided syntheses.1 They found that models trained on a…
Sep 13, 2019 13:46 UTC Artificial-Intelligence Read More

China and the U.S Are Fighting a Major Battle Over Killer Robots and the Future of AI
At the U.N., China called killer robots a “humanitarian concern." But experts fear the military power is developing autonomous weapons.
Sep 13, 2019 13:45 UTC Artificial-Intelligence Read More

Milwaukee School of Engineering opens new Diercks Center with focus on artificial intelligence, robotics
The Dwight and Dian Diercks​​​​​​​ Computational Science Hall was just completed at 1025 N. Milwaukee St.
Sep 13, 2019 13:42 UTC Artificial-Intelligence Read More

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