Rather than threaten jobs, artificial intelligence should collaborate with human writers

Artificial intelligence can generate text much quicker and cheaper than professional human writers. Soon, AI will have the capacity to produce text that is indistinguishable from a human writer.

28 July 2022, theconversation.com

A.I. Predicts the Shape of Nearly Every Protein Known to Science

DeepMind has expanded its database of microscopic biological mechanisms, hoping to accelerate research into all living things.

28 July 2022, nytimes.com

James Lovelock: the scientist-inventor who transformed our view of life on Earth

Lovelock’s Gaia hypothesis suggested that Earth could be considered a single, self-regulating organism.

28 July 2022, theconversation.com

A Surprising Finding Indicates That 800,000-Year-Old Hominins Utilized Fire

The researchers find one of the earliest pieces of evidence supporting the usage of fire using cutting-edge AI methods. There's a saying that where there's smoke, there's fire, and Weizmann Institute of Science researchers are working hard to explore

28 July 2022, scitechdaily.com

DeepMind uncovers structure of 200m proteins in scientific leap forward

Success of AlphaFold program could have huge impact on important global issues such as famine and disease

28 July 2022, theguardian.com

Artificial Intelligence Discovers Alternative Physics

A new Columbia University AI program observed physical phenomena and uncovered relevant variables—a necessary precursor to any physics theory. But the variables it discovered were unexpected. Energy, Mass, Velocity. These three variables make up Einstein’s iconic equation E=MC2.

27 July 2022, scitechdaily.com

Artificial Intelligence Takes the Guesswork Out of Dental Care

MIT alumni-founded company analyzes and annotates dental X-rays to help dentists offer more comprehensive care. A hospital radiologist is often pictured as a specialist who sits in a dark room and spends hours poring over X-rays to make diagnoses. Co

27 July 2022, scitechdaily.com

OpenAI’s GPT-3 is a convincing philosopher

A study has found that OpenAI’s GPT-3 is capable of being indistinguishable from a human philosopher.

A robot breaks the finger of a 7-year-old: a lesson in the need for stronger regulation of artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence is developing quickly, and Australian law needs to catch up.

27 July 2022, theconversation.com

'Like ocean rips': CSIRO report identifies 7 ‘global megatrends’ shaping the 21st century

Climate adaptation, digital transformation and geopolitical shifts are among the ‘megatrends’ Australia must navigate to thrive in the coming decades.

27 July 2022, theconversation.com

Seeing the light: Researchers develop new AI system using light to learn associatively

Researchers at Oxford University's Department of Materials, working in collaboration with colleagues from Exeter and Munster, have developed an on-chip optical processor capable of detecting similarities in datasets up to 1,000 times faster than conventional machine learning algorithms running on electronic processors.

26 July 2022, techxplore.com

OpenAI: Will DALL-E 2 kill creative careers?

What does the commercial use of AI-powered imagery from OpenAI's DALL-E 2 mean for creative industries and workers?

26 July 2022, venturebeat.com

Cross-pollination among neuroscience, psychology and AI research yields a foundational understanding of thinking

Progress in artificial intelligence has enabled the creation of AIs that perform tasks previously thought only possible for humans, such as translating languages, driving cars, playing board games at world-champion level and extracting the structure of proteins.

26 July 2022, techxplore.com

The fight for techquity: Why business leaders need to address the barriers to healthtech

While health tech is improving patient outcomes it can diminish or harm health prospects for many, turning access into a gulf.

26 July 2022, venturebeat.com

Deep learning technology enables faster and more accurate terahertz security inspection

With the strengthening of global anti-terrorist measures, it is increasingly important to conduct security checks in public places to detect concealed objects carried on the human body.

26 July 2022, techxplore.com

How a first-party data strategy makes your customer experience strategy future-proof

As third-party data becomes more deprecated, marketers need to turn to a first-person data strategy to keep customer experience competitive.

25 July 2022, venturebeat.com

Examining what machines can learn from fables

If a friend told you they were feeling blue, would you think they were changing color?

25 July 2022, techxplore.com

The molecular implementation of a DNA-based artificial neural network

Molecular computing is a promising area of study aimed at using biological molecules to create programmable devices. This idea was first introduced in the mid-1990s and has since been realized by several computer scientists and physicists worldwide.

25 July 2022, techxplore.com

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