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22/03/2018

Europe’s AI delusion

An article in Politico asked who can control the next wave of technological development. The proposed... Read More

22/03/2018

IBM Tool Seeks to Bridge AI Skills Gap

As reported by The Wall Street Journal, Deep-Learning-as-a-Service, unveiled at IBM’s annual IT industry... Read More

21/03/2018

AI could alleviate China’s doctor shortage

The MIT Technology Review reported that China is embarking on a big initiative to add AI to health care... Read More

21/03/2018

The Right Way to Regulate Algorithms

CityLab suggested the introduction of mechanisms for making sure algorithms are subject to the same scrutiny... Read More

21/03/2018

Arizona says not time to rein in self-driving cars after Uber fatality

Reuters summarized the reactions to a fatal accident involving an Uber autonomous vehicle. Toyota said... Read More

21/03/2018

AI can produce lifelike photographs

Scientific American describes how generative adversarial networks, or GANs, can enable AI to quickly... Read More

20/03/2018

China's AI dream

The Future of Humanity Institute has published an overview of "the context, components, capabilities... Read More

20/03/2018

Common Sense for A.I. Is a Great Idea

Slate announces that the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence is embarking on a new research $125... Read More

20/03/2018

AI will take over blockchain in 2018

Sherman Lee, a partner at Zeroth.AI,  forecasts on Forbes the future of AI and blockchain. According... Read More

19/03/2018

Take this app and get a prescription treatment

New York Times reports that after the app Reset, giving patients addicted to substances lessons to modify... Read More

19/03/2018

Machines now know how to terrorise humans

MIT researcher Manuel Cebrián presents the Shelley project, the first artificial intelligence that writes... Read More

19/03/2018

AI is still far away from the business decision - making

As reported by the Washington Post, only 1 in 20 business executives had “extensively” incorporated... Read More

16/03/2018

YouTube will link directly to Wikipedia to fight conspiracy theories

Wired reports the announcement from this week's SXSW conference that YouTube will use excerpts from Wikipedia... Read More

16/03/2018

The case for fairer algorithms

In a piece on Medium, Iason Gabriel, Research Scientist for DeepMind Ethics & Society, makes a case... Read More

15/03/2018

AI assistants say dumb things, and we’re about to find out why

MIT Technology Review discusses the AI2 Reasoning Challenge, developed by the Allen Institute for AI,... Read More

15/03/2018

Researchers tap AI in the fight against ICO scams

TheNextWeb reports on a new method to use machine learning to detect scams around initial coin offerings... Read More

14/03/2018

Artificial Intelligence Rules More of Your Life. Who Rules AI?

The Wall Street Journal reports on the race between technology companies and regulators to shape the... Read More

14/03/2018

This AI unicorn is disrupting the pharma industry in a big way

Wired Health reports on the dramatic growth of BenevolentAI, which has acquired "unicorn" status in the... Read More

13/03/2018

Google Empathy Lab founder: AI will upend storytelling and human-machine interaction

An article in VentureBeat features fresh comments from the founder of Google's "Empathy Lab", who suggested... Read More

13/03/2018

When an AI finally kills someone, who will be responsible?

An article in MIT Technology Review contemplates the issue of accountability in the context of "AI crime".... Read More