It is time to evaluate how much transformational control we give the likes of Elon Musk and his bro-billionaires over our societies, and our lives
A Senate committee probing Centrelink's robo-debt scheme heard spreadsheets were used to perform tasks Services Australia's computer systems could not.
A new study explains the science behind microscale concave interfaces (MCI) -- structures that reflect light to produce beautiful and potentially useful optical phenomena. Future applications of these effects could include aiding autonomous vehicles in recognizing traffic signs, researchers say.
Developing a neuromorphic computer is part of a two-year long journey between Western Sydney University and Intel.
Researchers in the life sciences who use machine learning for their studies should adopt standards that allow other researchers to reproduce their results, according to a comment article published today in the journal Nature Methods.
Zoom announced funding for more than a dozen apps that help with productivity, diversity and other issues.
Stanford machine learning algorithm predicts biological structures more accurately than ever before. Stanford researchers develop machine learning methods that accurately predict the 3D shapes of drug targets and other important biological molecules, even when only limited data is available.
CorpU is used by companies like CVS Health, BJ's Wholesale Club and Rite Aid to upskill their employees.
Increasingly, movies featuring humanoid robots, like Terminator or Ex Machina, are showing the titular "robot" akin to humans not only in intelligence but also appearance. What if Terminator-esque robots became the norm, making it difficult for us to
A chatbot that is based on an artificial neural network that can carry out natural language processing (NLP) is being developed by researchers in India. The team describes how the chatbot can be programmed to answer questions related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
If humanoid robots with the same appearance are mass-produced and become commonplace, how will human beings react to them? In a series of six experiments, scientists examined peoples' reactions when presented with images of people with the same face. Their results reveal a new phenomenon they call the clone devaluation effect -- a greater eeriness associated with cloned faces than with different faces.
We all know that we are at a race against time when it comes to the fight against global warming, but it looks like AI could be a valuable asset in our arsenal of strategies to mitigate the inevitable effects of global warming
We all know that we are in a race against time when it comes to the fight against global warming, but it looks like AI could be a valuable asset in our arsenal of strategies to mitigate the inevitable effects of global warming
There's never been a better time to break into the well-paid tech industry when you can train for a coding career without taking time away from your current job or going into debt.
Artificial intelligence (AI) will fundamentally change medicine and healthcare: Diagnostic patient data, e.g. from ECG, EEG or X-ray images, can be analyzed with the help of machine learning, so that diseases can be detected at a very early stage based on subtle changes.
Power networks worldwide are faced with increasing challenges. The fast rollout of distributed renewable generation (such as rooftop solar panels or community wind turbines) can lead to considerable unpredictability. The previously used "fit-and-forget" mode of operating power networks is no longer adequate, and a more active management is required.
Machines and robots undoubtedly make life easier. They carry out jobs with precision and speed, and, unlike humans, they do not require breaks as they are never tired.
An international research team with participants from several universities including the FAU has proposed a standardized registry for artificial intelligence (AI) work in biomedicine to improve the reproducibility of results and create trust in the use of AI algorithms in biomedical research and, in the future, in everyday clinical practice.