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A.I. spots thousands of unidentified craters on the moon

A.I. spots thousands of unidentified craters on the moon

Thousands of previously unknown craters have been spotted on the moon thanks to an artificial intelligence program designed by researchers. The system may help scientists better understand the history

Good AI vs. Bad AI: The Myths, Hopes And Realities of the Machines

AI is about to reshape the enterprise workplace in a big and fundamental way, and any organization that hasn’t already started thinking…

Huawei Mate 10 Self-Driving Porsche Demo Unfeasible: Expert

Huawei’s Mate 10 Pro recently became the world’s first phone to drive a car but that demo should only be seen as “hype” and isn’t indicative of a commercially feasible solution being on the horizon,

Some A.I. Assistants Make Predictions About NCAA Tournament

March Madness is well underway and some A.I.-driven digital assistants are getting in on the widespread bracket action with predictions of their own. However, it may not be the ones most people would
Let the robots have the damn jobs — all of them!

Let the robots have the damn jobs — all of them!

The past year was marked with increasing concerns about the effects artificial intelligence and automation will have on human employment and labor. Not a month goes by without one (or ten) articles

Bixby Gets Lowe’s As Retail Partner On Samsung Galaxy S9

Lowe’s Home Improvement is becoming Bixby’s retail partner on the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus, Samsung’s latest Android flagships that officially started retailing yesterday. The move will allow the

Call Centers Tap Voice-Analysis Software to Monitor Moods

The software can detect tone and emotion in both customers and agents, then offer motivational suggestions.

SearchInk rebrands as omni:us, aims its hand-writing reading AI at insurance industry

Back in 2016 a startup called SearchInk, launched out of Berlin with the aim of combining machine learning with handwriting recognition. The upshot would be the ability to semantically label

Uber’s fatal self-driving car crash prompts NTSB investigation

The National Transportation Safety Board is opening an investigation into the fatal accident involving one of Uber’s self-driving cars in Tempe, Arizona. NTSB sending team to investigate Uber crash in
Future Tech: what’s coming based on what’s already here

Future Tech: what’s coming based on what’s already here

It’s fun to think of what the future holds, especially in tech. Presuming you don’t have apocalyptic visions or homicidal computers in your mind. But technology, unlike fiction, doesn’t just spring up
How Big Pharma Is Using AI to Make Better Drugs

How Big Pharma Is Using AI to Make Better Drugs

How to make a dent in Big Pharma’s “failure” problem? This Massachusetts startup thinks it has the answer: machine learning.
Future Tech: what’s coming based on what’s already here

Future Tech: what’s coming based on what’s already here

It’s fun to think of what the future holds, especially in tech. Presuming you don’t have apocalyptic visions or homicidal computers in your mind. But technology, unlike fiction, doesn’t just spring up
Google Search & Assistant Now Selling Products Directly

Google Search & Assistant Now Selling Products Directly

Google on Monday announced Shopping Actions, a new marketing initiative that will allow its Search and Assistant services to sell products directly to consumers in exchange for a portion of revenues

Here’s how Uber’s self-driving cars are supposed to detect pedestrians

A self-driving vehicle made by Uber has struck and killed a pedestrian. It's the first such incident and will certainly be scrutinized like no other autonomous vehicle interaction in the past. But on

Tempe police chief says Uber “preliminarily…would likely not be at fault” for fatal crash

The chief of police in Tempe, Arizona, where an Uber self-driving car just hit and killed a pedestrian, has told the San Francisco Chronicle that "I suspect preliminarily it appears that the Uber
Oh, great. Now we have to worry about child sex robots

Oh, great. Now we have to worry about child sex robots

You knew this was on the way, right? The post Oh, great. Now we have to worry about child sex robots appeared first on Hot Air.
Trippy Magic Happens When AI Only Knows About Flowers, Waves, and Fires

Trippy Magic Happens When AI Only Knows About Flowers, Waves, and Fires

The same way a human only knows as much as they’ve studied or experienced, an artificial intelligence is only as smart as its training. But unlike a child, you can selectively limit what an AI learns

Apple, IBM add machine learning to partnership with Watson-Core ML coupling

Apple and IBM may seem like an odd couple, but the two companies have been working closely together for several years now. That has involved IBM sharing its enterprise expertise with Apple and Apple
IBM rolls out deep learning as a service for AI developers

IBM rolls out deep learning as a service for AI developers

IBM today announced the launch of its new Deep Learning as a Service (DLaaS) program for AI developers. With DlaaS, users can train neural networks using popular frameworks such as TensorFlow,

Yuval Noah Harari on the Future of Humanity

Humans, Mr. Harari warned, “have created such a complicated world that we’re no longer able to make sense of what is happening.”