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Why We Must Embed Humanitarian Values In Artificial Intelligence Before It’s Too Late

Why We Must Embed Humanitarian Values In Artificial Intelligence Before It’s Too Late

There are two ways to look at the future: one is at us as prisoners of a technological revolution that we can no longer control, with climate change out of control, and the other as…

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Samsung deepfake AI could fabricate a video clip of you from a single photo

Samsung deepfake AI could fabricate a video clip of you from a single photo

Artificial intelligence developed by a Samsung lab in Russia can fabricate video from a single image, including a painting. Egor Zakharov Imagine someone creating a deepfake video of you simply by stealing your Facebook profile…

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mRNA and Artificial Intelligence: An Interview with Anima Biotech’s Yochi Slonim

mRNA and Artificial Intelligence: An Interview with Anima Biotech’s Yochi Slonim

In the life sciences industry, there is a wide variety of directions that companies can go. Many high-profile biopharma companies have a focus on messenger RNA (mRNA), and some are broadening their horizons by taking…

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MIT and U.S. Air Force team up to launch AI accelerator

MIT and U.S. Air Force team up to launch AI accelerator

The Pentagon is one of the largest technology customers in the world, purchasing everything from F-35 planes (roughly $90 million each) to cloud services (the JEDI contract was $10 billion). Despite outlaying hundreds of billions…

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Canada lacks laws to tackle life-and-death problems posed by artificial intelligence, experts say

Canada lacks laws to tackle life-and-death problems posed by artificial intelligence, experts say

Toggle panel: Saved Pag Article 1 The role of artificial intelligence in Netflix’s movie suggestions and Alexa’s voice commands is commonly understood, but less known is the shadowy role AI now plays in law enforcement,…

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In the Future, Artificial Intelligence May Create All of Our Alcoholic Beverages

In the Future, Artificial Intelligence May Create All of Our Alcoholic Beverages

At some point long ago, humans evolved into intelligent beings. With this new gift, mankind was able to tackle many new tasks — including making booze. With that in mind, I guess we shouldn’t be surprised…

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Framework Improves ‘Continual Learning’ For Artificial Intelligence

Framework Improves ‘Continual Learning’ For Artificial Intelligence

Researchers have developed a new framework for deep neural networks that allows artificial intelligence (AI) systems to better learn new tasks while “forgetting” less of what they have learned regarding previous tasks. The researchers have…

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Artificial intelligence becomes life-long learner with new framework

Artificial intelligence becomes life-long learner with new framework

The North Carolina State University researchers, funded by the Army, have also demonstrated that using the framework to learn a new task can make the AI better at performing previous tasks, a phenomenon called backward…

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Punchh Introduces Artificial Intelligence Enabled Customer Insights Solution

Punchh Introduces Artificial Intelligence Enabled Customer Insights Solution

San Mateo CA: Punchh, a digital marketing solutions for physical retailers, today announced the launch of Punchh Deep Sentiment Analysis. The new product allows brands to extract valuable insights from customer reviews using Punchh’s natural language…

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Killer drones, cyber attacks and targeted propaganda will undermine national security as ‘malicious AI’ grows increasingly powerful, warn experts

Killer drones, cyber attacks and targeted propaganda will undermine national security as ‘malicious AI’ grows increasingly powerful, warn experts

Killer drones, cyber attacks and targeted propaganda will undermine national security as ‘malicious AI’ grows increasingly powerful, warn experts Click here to view original web page at www.dailymail.co.uk Terrorists, rogue states and criminals could soon…