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Artificial intelligence sees construction site accidents before they happen

Artificial intelligence sees construction site accidents before they happen

A construction site is a dangerous place to work, with a fatal accident rate five times higher than that of any other industry. Now a number of big construction companies are testing technology that could save…

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The Incredible Autonomous Ships Of The Future: Run By Artificial Intelligence Rather Than A Crew

The Incredible Autonomous Ships Of The Future: Run By Artificial Intelligence Rather Than A Crew

Even though we might be years or even decades away from the majority of vessels becoming autonomous, there are certainly artificial intelligence algorithms at work today. A fully autonomous ship would be considered a vessel…

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Neongecko Inc. Launches “Neon AI SDK” – New “Software Development Kit for Artificial Intelligence” Supports AI Conversations in Multiple Languages

Neongecko Inc. Launches “Neon AI SDK” – New “Software Development Kit for Artificial Intelligence” Supports AI Conversations in Multiple Languages

The Neon AI SDK is the first platform that is preconfigured to enable software developers and hardware designers to quickly produce a full range of voice controlled devices, home automation, smart speakers, interactive applications and…

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Artificial Intelligence Could Soon Tell You Whether To Go To A&E Or Not

Artificial Intelligence Could Soon Tell You Whether To Go To A&E Or Not

In a bid to relieve pressures on accident and emergency (A&E) units in Birmingham, patients could soon undertake a two-minute triage with artificial intelligence (AI) to check whether their symptoms are hospital-worthy or not. The…

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What engineers can do to help ensure artificial intelligence is ethical

What engineers can do to help ensure artificial intelligence is ethical

Using tech for good, not evil. Concerns over privacy and influence are affecting AI use around the world. For example, San Francisco recently became the first US city to ban police from using facial recognition software, and…

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This AI That Sounds Just Like Joe Rogan Should Terrify Us All

This AI That Sounds Just Like Joe Rogan Should Terrify Us All

On Wednesday, Canada-based startup Dessa unveiled a new AI that replicates the voice of Joe Rogan, a podcaster known for his bold views — not to mention for getting high with Elon Musk. As explained in a blog post,…

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Artificial Intelligence Breakthroughs Lead to Unprecedented M&A Growth, Reveals Hampleton Partners’ Report

Artificial Intelligence Breakthroughs Lead to Unprecedented M&A Growth, Reveals Hampleton Partners’ Report

London, UK – 15 May 2019. Hampleton Partners’ latest analysis of the Artificial Intelligence M&A market reveals that over 150 deals were disclosed in 2018, up from 105 deals in 2017. The first half of…

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AI tools can use digital footprints to personalise ads

AI tools can use digital footprints to personalise ads

Artificial intelligence (AI) tools can use your digital footprints on Facebook, Twitter, and other online sites, to customise ads you see based on your personality type, scientists have found. Images used for advertising on television…

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Artificial Intelligence in the UAE: economic, legal and ethical considerations

Artificial Intelligence in the UAE: economic, legal and ethical considerations

Much has been written about the so-called “Fourth Industrial Revolution” and most technologies expected to define this new era will involve some use of Artificial Intelligence (AI). The UAE authorities wish to ensure that the…

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Nils Nilsson, 86, Dies; Scientist Helped Robots Find Their Way

Nils Nilsson, 86, Dies; Scientist Helped Robots Find Their Way

Nils J. Nilsson, a computer scientist who helped develop the first general-purpose robot and was a co-inventor of algorithms that made it possible for the machine to move about efficiently and perform simple tasks, died…