Algorithms can sway people when making online dating decisions

Recommendation algorithms seem to have the power to influence people, suggest experiments in which people used them to choose partners to date or fictional politicians to vote for

21 April 2021,

ACLU joins over 50 groups in calling for Homeland Security to halt use of Clearview AI

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has joined over 50 other rights and advocacy groups in calling for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to halt the use of Clearview AI’s controversial facial recognition system.

Xilinx launches Kria chips to handle AI for edge applications

Xilinx has introduced its Kria programmable chips and boards for holding AI applications at the edge of the network.

20 April 2021,

A Global Tipping Point for Reining In Tech Has Arrived

Never before have so many countries, including China, moved with such vigor at the same time to limit the power of a single industry.

20 April 2021,

Newer Planes Are Providing Airlines a Trove of Useful Data

During the pandemic, older aircraft have been retired, resulting in a fleet that can collect more information about emissions and safety.

20 April 2021,

How Face Recognition Can Destroy Anonymity

Cameras are everywhere, and increasingly powerful software can pick an individual out of a crowd. Except sometimes algorithms get it wrong.

20 April 2021,

Combining light, superconductors could boost AI capabilities

As artificial intelligence has attracted interest, researchers are focused on understanding how the brain accomplishes cognition so they can construct systems with general intelligence comparable to humans' intelligence. Researchers propose an approach to AI that focuses on integrating photonic components with superconducting electronics; using light for communication and complex electronic circuits for computation could enable artificial cognitive systems of scale and functionality beyond what can be achieved with either light or electronics alone.

20 April 2021,

Unity accelerates AI training with the release of synthetic datasets

Real-time 3D content creation platform Unity is releasing synthetic datasets with the aim of accelerating AI training.

Harvard Researchers Reveal Next Step in 3D Tracking of Freely Behaving Animals

3D Deep Neural Network Precisely Reconstructs Freely-Behaving Animal’s Movements Animals are constantly moving and behaving in response to instructions from the brain. But while there are advanced techniques for measuring these instructions in terms

19 April 2021,

NVIDIA Clara: A successful healthcare application framework

When one is in a hospital, they may hear many appreciative remarks, such as “Thank you, Doctor” or “Thank you, Nurse”, & sometimes expressions of gratitude for the technology available. Although there is a substantial amount of appreciation f

18 April 2021,

Seeing Quadruple: Artificial Intelligence Leads to Discovery That Can Help Solve Cosmological Puzzles

Machine-Learning Methods Lead to Discovery of Rare “Quadruply Imaged Quasars” That Can Help Solve Cosmological Puzzles With the help of machine-learning techniques, a team of astronomers has discovered a dozen quasars that have been warped by a natur

17 April 2021,

Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang interview: From the Grace CPU to engineer’s metaverse

Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang spoke with the press during GTC 21 about everything from the Grace AI CPU to the Omniverse.

17 April 2021,

AI ethicist Kate Darling: ‘Robots can be our partners’

The MIT researcher says that for humans to flourish we must move beyond thinking of robots as potential future competitors

17 April 2021,

Poppy Gustafsson: the Darktrace tycoon in new cybersecurity era

Gustafsson’s firm, founded when she was 30, is marketed as a digital parallel of a human body fighting illness

17 April 2021,

State of ModelOps: 90% expect a dedicated budget within 12 months, 80% say risk-management is a key AI barrier

The first annual State of ModelOps report highlights some interesting trends about the real-world adoption of AI in enterprises.

Detecting Unknown Anomalies: Artificial Intelligence for Space

Building a satellite with artificial intelligence onboard that is trained in space: For this project, Professor Hakan Kayal from Würzburg is receiving 2.6 million euros from the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy. Suddenly, circu

15 April 2021,

AI is increasingly being used to identify emotions – here's what's at stake

Emotion recognition technology raises questions about bias, privacy and mass surveillance.

15 April 2021,

IBM aims to boost AI hardware performance with new Composer tool

IBM’s new AI Hardware Composer tool aims to boost the performance of analog AI hardware.

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