4 AI trends: It’s all about scale in 2022 (so far)

The giant AI trend that all other trends serve in 2022 is the increased scale of artificial intelligence in organizations.

07 July 2022, venturebeat.com

With self-learning models, prediction can be explained

Self-learning computer models can be of value for speech recognition, fraud detection, and assessing medical risks. However, the benefits scandal, for example, shows that the utmost caution must be exercised: and that is why the law stipulates that there must always be an explanation as to how a model reaches a certain conclusion.

07 July 2022, techxplore.com

AI can use your brainwaves to see things that you can't

A computer algorithm can use a technique called "ghost imaging" to reconstruct objects from a person's brainwaves that the person themselves can't see

07 July 2022, newscientist.com

Human-like robots may be perceived as having mental states

When robots appear to engage with people and display human-like emotions, people may perceive them as capable of 'thinking,' or acting on their own beliefs and desires rather than their programs, according to new research.

07 July 2022, sciencedaily.com

Written all over your face: An improved AI model for recognizing facial expression

When it comes to our state of mind and emotions, our faces can be quite telling. Facial expression is an essential aspect of nonverbal communication in humans. Even if we cannot explain how we do it, we can usually see in another person's face how they are feeling.

06 July 2022, techxplore.com

Meta’s open-source AI model leaves no language behind

Meta announced a breakthrough in its No Language Left Behind initiative — a single AI model that translates over 200 different languages.

06 July 2022, venturebeat.com

Vodafone and Google launch AI Booster platform

A new platform launched by Vodafone and Google called AI Booster aims to handle thousands of ML models a day across 18+ countries.

Deep learning accelerates the detection of live bacteria using thin-film transistor arrays

Early detection and identification of pathogenic bacteria in food and water samples are essential to public health. Bacterial infections cause millions of deaths worldwide and bring a heavy economic burden, costing more than 4 billion dollars annually in the United States alone.

06 July 2022, techxplore.com

Brain stimulation can rewire and heal damaged neural connections, but it isn't clear how – research suggests personalization may be key to more effective therapies

Existing brain connections may influence the effectiveness of neurostimulation. Tailoring treatments to each individual brain could expand the number of conditions brain stimulation can treat.

06 July 2022, theconversation.com

AI Machine-Learning: In Bias We Trust?

According to a new study, explanation methods that help users determine whether to trust machine-learning model predictions can be less accurate for disadvantaged subgroups. Machine-learning algorithms are sometimes employed to assist human decision-makers when the stakes are high.

06 July 2022, scitechdaily.com

Rise of the woebots: why are robots always so sad?

From Wall-E to Google’s LaMDA, ‘sentient’ AI seems to shoulder the weight of the world. Maybe we humans want it that way

06 July 2022, theguardian.com

AI can convert almost any 3D scene into the style of a famous artwork

Artificial intelligence can transfer artistic styles onto a 3D scene, including turning a bulldozer into the style of Van Gogh’s The Starry Night painting

06 July 2022, newscientist.com

Expanding artistic frontiers in artificial intelligence

Dr. Mohammed Elhoseiny, assistant professor of computer science at KAUST, has carved a career out of teaching machines the art of creating art. After finishing his doctoral degree at Rutgers University in 2016, Elhoseiny went on to work for Adobe Research, Baidu Research, Facebook and now KAUST.

05 July 2022, techxplore.com

Big tech could be forced to reveal their algorithms

A landmark case in Japan could force tech giants to reveal how their algorithms work.

New AI-powered app could boost smartphone batteries by 30 per cent

A cutting-edge AI development that could boost smartphone battery life by 30 percent and shave countless kilowatts from energy bills will be unveiled to technology giants. The ground-breaking University of Essex-developed work has been rolled into an app called EOptomizer—which will be demonstrated to expert researchers and designers as well as major manufacturing companies like Nokia and Huawei.

05 July 2022, techxplore.com

Designing next generation analog chipsets for AI applications

Researchers at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) have developed a design framework to build next-generation analog computing chipsets that could be faster and require less power than the digital chips found in most electronic devices.

05 July 2022, techxplore.com

An AI system trained to find an equitable policy for distributing public funds in an online game

A team of researchers at DeepMind, London, working with colleagues from the University of Exeter, University College London and the University of Oxford, has trained an AI system to find a policy for equitably distributing public funds in an online game.

05 July 2022, techxplore.com

Good, bad, fair: New algorithms could help fairly distribute goods or chores

When organizations need to divvy up indivisible items among multiple parties with different needs and preferences—such as providing limited COVID-19 vaccines to medical facilities or distributing food bank donations to families with varying dietary r

05 July 2022, techxplore.com

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