Facebook scientists on Wednesday said they developed artificial intelligence software to not only identify "deepfake" images but to figure out where they came from.
AI is used in an array of extremely useful applications, such as predicting a machine's lifetime through its vibrations, monitoring the cardiac activity of patients, and incorporating facial recognition capabilities into video surveillance systems. T
Language models like GPT-3 can write poetry, but they often amplify negative stereotypes. Researchers are trying different approaches to address the problem.
As part of the 2021-22 NSW Budget, the state government said funding will be put towards research and commercialisation of new technologies to tackle future bushfires.
Tractable's AI performs a real-time analysis that helps insurance companies quickly decide whether a car can be fixed.
Investments in "intangible assets" like R&D, digital transformation, and employee training boost productivity and growth, study finds.
Facebook has announced their new AI project TextStyleBrush, a software capable of copying the style of handwritten or printed text in an image using only one word. Users can utilize this model to alter and replace text in photos.
With an eye toward customer service, American Express taps AI, specifically NLP, for a new predictive search capability in its app.
The Mayflower Autonomous Ship is collecting data after leaving Plymouth for the US.
TransUnion is using a combination of robotic process automation, AI, and machine learning to streamline workflow processes.
Facebook and Michigan State University created a system capable of reverse-engineering models used to create deepfakes.
In less than two years, the workplace has evolved quickly. Our personal space inside our homes has transformed into a makeshift office, while corporate buildings are vacant and underutilised.
Amazon Alexa head scientist Rohit Prasad believes context is the key to more capable voice-driven AI systems -- and AI systems in general.
One of the biggest obstacles in the adoption of Artificial Intelligence is that it cannot explain what a prediction is based on. These machine-learning systems are so-called black boxes when the reasoning for a decision is not self-evident to a user. Meike Nauta, Ph.
MachineMetrics, a company developing a platform to monitor industrial machines, has raised $20 million in venture funding.
Introhive, a company providing customer relationship management automation solutions, has raised $100 million in a growth equity round.
Intel Deep Link technology lets CPUs and GPUs run AI-powered applications at blazing speeds and without compromising the user experience.
Gloat, which gives enterprises visibility into their employees' skills and enables them to fill roles internally, has raised $57 million.