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psychologytoday.com - Berit Brogaard D.M.Sci., Ph.D - The Dark Side of Artificial Intelligence
The Dark Side of Artificial Intelligence
Psychology Today

Artificial intelligence (AI) has become an intimate part of our lives. It all started in 1950 when philosopher and mathematician Alan Turing revisited the question of whether machines (or computers) can “think.” This question was…

forbes.com - Simon Chandler - Artificial Intelligence Used To Predict Loneliness In Senior Citizens
Artificial Intelligence Used To Predict Loneliness In Senior Citizens
Forbes

Researchers have used artificial intelligence to accurately predict loneliness in residents at a senior housing community in San Diego. Publishing in the American Journal of Psychiatry, the researchers were able to harness natural language…

jmir.org - Artificial Intelligence Chatbot Behavior Change Model for Designing Artificial Intelligence Chatbots to Promote Physical Activity and a Healthy Diet: Viewpoint
Artificial Intelligence Chatbot Behavior Change Model for Designing Artificial Intelligence Chatbots to Promote Physical Activity and a Healthy Diet: Viewpoint
Journal of Medical Internet Research

Background: Chatbots empowered by artificial intelligence (AI) can increasingly engage in natural conversations and build relationships with users. Applying AI chatbots to lifestyle modification programs is one of the promising areas to develop…

ohsonline.com - Nikki Johnson-Bolden - Insurance Company Uses Artificial Intelligence to Promote Worker Safety
Insurance Company Uses Artificial Intelligence to Promote Worker Safety
Occupational Health & Safety

Artificial intelligence will offer ergonomic assessments to employers. Travelers Insurance Companies has started using artificial intelligence to administer ergonomic assessments, according to Insurance Journal. The company claims to be the first…

wired.com - Will Knight - These Robots Use AI to Learn How to Clean Your House
These Robots Use AI to Learn How to Clean Your House
WIRED

Inside an ordinary-looking home, a robot suspended from the ceiling slowly expands arms holding a sponge, before carefully wiping a kitchen surface clean. Nearby, another robot gently cleans a flat-screen television, causing it to wobble slightly.

siasat.com - Minhaj Adnan - India's artificial intelligence spending grows at over 30%: IDC
India's artificial intelligence spending grows at over 30%: IDC
The Siasat Daily

New Delhi: India's Artificial Intelligence spending will grow from $300.7 million in 2019 to $880.5 million in 2023 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 30.8 per cent, said an International Data Corporation (IDC) report on Wednesday. As per…

zdnet.com - Tiernan Ray - Will AI cross the proverbial chasm? Algorithmia resolves the practical pitfalls of machine learning
Will AI cross the proverbial chasm? Algorithmia resolves the practical pitfalls of machine learning
ZDNet

'A lot of people in academia are not very good at software engineering,' says Kenny Daniel, co-founder and chief technology officer of cloud computing startup Algorithmia. 'I always had more of the software engineering bent.' That, in a nutshell…

capgemini.com - Building ethically robust AI systems and gaining trust
Building ethically robust AI systems and gaining trust
Capgemini Worldwide

In the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, our reliance on AI has skyrocketed. Today more than ever before, we look to AI to help us limit physical interactions, predict the next wave of the pandemic, disinfect our healthcare facilities and even deliver…

robbreport.com - Rachel Cormack - Bjarke Ingels Is Designing an Artificial-Intelligence-Based 'Smart City' in China
Bjarke Ingels Is Designing an Artificial-Intelligence-Based 'Smart City' in China
Robb Report

After smartphones and smart homes, the next logical step is smart cities. Who better to take us there then superstar architect Bjarke Ingels, a noted off-the-wall thinker, and Terminus Group, a burgeoning Chinese tech firm that specializes in smart…

utexas.edu - Bad AI and Beyond Festival
Bad AI and Beyond Festival
The University of Texas at Austin

Featuring a plenary conversation with Laeta Kalogridis (creator and showrunner of Altered Carbon and screenwriter of Alita: Battle Angel and Terminator Genisys), the Bad AI and Beyond Festival will introduce faculty research into how we understand…

orissapost.com - This is how much India's artificial intelligence spending is expected to grow by 2023 - OrissaPOST
This is how much India's artificial intelligence spending is expected to grow by 2023 - OrissaPOST
Orissa Post

New Delhi: India's Artificial Intelligence spending will grow from $300.7 million in 2019 to $880.5 million in 2023 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 30.8 per cent, said an International Data Corporation (IDC) report Wednesday. As per…

forbes.com - Jeff Catlin - Council Post: In Summary And Conclusion: How AI Can Tell Us What We Need To Know
Council Post: In Summary And Conclusion: How AI Can Tell Us What We Need To Know
Forbes

CEO of Lexalytics, the leader in cloud and on-prem text analytics solutions. Deep learning models like Google's BERT and the new OpenAI GPT-3 have brought machines much closer to approximating human understanding. The keyword here is…

forbes.com - Helen Albert - AI Technology Can Help Speed Up Stroke Diagnosis And Treatment
AI Technology Can Help Speed Up Stroke Diagnosis And Treatment
Forbes

A type of artificial intelligence known as deep learning can accurately use CT scan images to pick up blockages in the arteries that supply blood to the brain, which cause a large percentage of strokes. The researchers aim was to reduce the amount…

venturebeat.com - Kyle Wiggers - Coralogix raises $25 million to parse software logs with AI
Coralogix raises $25 million to parse software logs with AI
VentureBeat

Coralogix, which analyzes software logs with AI, today raised $25 million in funding. Coinciding with the fundraising, Coralogix launched a real-time analytics solution that allows customers to pay according to data priority instead of volume, so…

arstechnica.com - Jim Salter - Intel, Heidelberg University team up to bring Radeon GPU support to AI
Intel, Heidelberg University team up to bring Radeon GPU support to AI
Ars Technica

We've been following Intel's oneAPI—an artificial intelligence development platform designed to abstract hardware away from the task of developing AI code—with great interest since its launch last November. This week, Intel and the…

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