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techcrunch.com - Kyle Wiggers - Perceptron: Multilingual, laughing, Pitfall-playing and streetwise AI
Perceptron: Multilingual, laughing, Pitfall-playing and streetwise AI
TechCrunch

Research in the field of machine learning and AI, now a key technology in practically every industry and company, is far too voluminous for anyone to read it all. This column, Perceptron, aims to collect some of the most relevant recent discoveries…

fbi.gov - Artificial Intelligence in Law Enforcement | FBI: Law Enforcement Bulletin
Artificial Intelligence in Law Enforcement | FBI: Law Enforcement Bulletin
Welcome to FBI.gov

A rapidly developing technology will change the world, perhaps in our lifetime. This technology, artificial intelligence (AI), is defined as “a system's ability to interpret external data correctly, to learn from such data, and to use those…

venturebeat.com - Cheryl Ajluni, Keysight Technologies - Why AI and digital twins could be the keys to a sustainable future
Why AI and digital twins could be the keys to a sustainable future
VentureBeat

Were you unable to attend Transform 2022? Check out all of the summit sessions in our on-demand library now! Watch here. Digital twins aren't new, but AI is supercharging what they can do. Together, they are transforming how products are designed…

phys.org - Vanessa Pirotta and Justine O'Brien - Lizard in your luggage? We're using artificial intelligence to detect wildlife trafficking
Lizard in your luggage? We're using artificial intelligence to detect wildlife trafficking
Phys.org

by Vanessa Pirotta and Justine O'Brien, The Conversation Blue-tongue lizards and sulfur-crested cockatoos are among the native animals frequently smuggled overseas. While the number of live animals seized by the Australian Government has tripled…

telegraph.co.uk - Sarah Knapton - AI can 'plug the gaps in the brains' of dementia sufferers
AI can 'plug the gaps in the brains' of dementia sufferers
The Telegraph

Artificially intelligent technology should be used to “fill the gaps” in the brains of people with dementia, the head of the Alzheimer's Society has said. Kate Lee, the chief executive at the charity, said more use should be made of…

thecrimson.com - Zuckerberg and Chan Share Vision for AI Research at Kempner Institute Launch | News
Zuckerberg and Chan Share Vision for AI Research at Kempner Institute Launch | News
The Harvard Crimson

Harvard celebrated the launch of the Kempner Institute for the Study of Natural and Artificial Intelligence on Thursday in an event featuring remarks from Meta CEO Mark E. Zuckerberg. Announced in December 2021 by the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative…

theverge.com - Emma Roth - James Earl Jones lets AI take over the voice of Darth Vader
James Earl Jones lets AI take over the voice of Darth Vader
The Verge

Feed refreshed 5:33 PM UTC • Striking out At its Tudum event today, Netflix showed off a new clip from the Tim Burton series Wednesday, which focused on a very important character: the sentient hand known as Thing. The full series starts…

nytimes.com - Natasha Singer - LinkedIn Ran Social Experiments On 20 Million Users Over Five Years
LinkedIn Ran Social Experiments On 20 Million Users Over Five Years
The New York Times

LinkedIn ran experiments on more than 20 million users over five years that, while intended to improve how the platform worked for members, could have affected some people's livelihoods, according to a new study. In experiments conducted around the…

salon.com - Jeffrey Funk - No, AI probably won't revolutionize drug development
No, AI probably won't revolutionize drug development
Salon

Drug development is expensive, time consuming, and risky. A typical new drug costs billions of dollars to develop and requires more than ten years of work — yet only about 0.02% of the drugs in development ever making it to market. Some…

fool.com - Leo Sun - 3 Artificial Intelligence Stocks You Can Buy and Hold for the Next Decade
3 Artificial Intelligence Stocks You Can Buy and Hold for the Next Decade
The Motley Fool

The artificial intelligence (AI) market has become one of the tech sector's hottest pockets of growth in recent years. Many organizations now realize that crunching massive amounts of data with AI algorithms can help them make smarter decisions…

haaretz.com - Hagar Shezaf - Israeli army installs remote-control crowd dispersal system at Hebron flashpoint
Israeli army installs remote-control crowd dispersal system at Hebron flashpoint
Haaretz

The Israeli military has installed a remotely-controlled system for crowd dispersal in the West Bank city of Hebron, which includes the capacity to fire stun grenades, tear gas and rubber and sponge-tipped bullets. The system, still in its pilot…

inc42.com - Animesh Samuel - 4 AI Trends That Will Shape Up India's Tech Landscape
4 AI Trends That Will Shape Up India's Tech Landscape
Inc42

We're seeing life-changing advancements in various aspects of our professional and personal lives as AI becomes more integrated into our daily lives AI has the potential not only to coexist with humans but also to improve their quality of life by…

thewrap.com - Jeremy Fuster - James Earl Jones Retires as Darth Vader, Signs Off on Voice AI Recreation
James Earl Jones Retires as Darth Vader, Signs Off on Voice AI Recreation
TheWrap

More than four decades after he first voiced arguably cinema's most famous villain, James Earl Jones has ended his career as Darth Vader, with Vanity Fair reporting that the 91-year-old actor has agreed to allow a Ukrainian AI company to replicate…

cioreview.com - CIO Review - Ethical Issues of AI
Ethical Issues of AI
CIOReview

Tech giants and experts believe that this is the time to discuss the concerns regarding the future of AI as this technology is growing at a rapid pace. FREMONT, CA: AI and Ml are the most hyped technologies of this century. Over the last few years…

hstoday.us - Today's Analysts Require More from Machines: New AI Program Aims to Teach Them How - HS Today
Today's Analysts Require More from Machines: New AI Program Aims to Teach Them How - HS Today
Hstoday

The United States Department of Defense (DOD) and intelligence community require computational systems that can robustly and automatically analyze large amounts of multimedia. These systems must also communicate and cooperate with people to resolve…

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