Visual effects artist Christopher Ume reveals he made TikTok fakes with help from Cruise impersonator
Researchers have succeeded in making an AI understand our subjective notions of what makes faces attractive. The device demonstrated this knowledge by its ability to create new portraits on its own that were tailored to be found personally attractive to individuals.
A large majority of patients interacting with a health care provider via a video screen mounted on a robot said it was similar to an in-person interaction with a health care worker.
Researchers have simulated a soft-bodied robot that turns rigid on demand. The advance may help broaden robots' range of tasks and allow for safe interactions with people, including in patient care settings.
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In a proof-of-concept study, researchers used dogs' diagnoses of prostate cancer to inform a machine learning algorithm with the goal of one day detecting cancers with canine-level accuracy.
The rise of dangerous military AI is ever growing and a government-appointed panel in the United States has said in a draft report to Congress that it is America’s “moral imperative” to keep pursuing the development of AI-powered weaponry. This artic
Stanford professor Fei-Fei Li says a culture of transparency, openness, and respect will lead to breakthroughs that help society.
From the growth in remote working to the rise of automation and onto the demand for wearable devices, here's the research that matters from the past month in tech news.
DeepMind's co-founder says artificial intelligence is set to crack many of the toughest problems in science, from the nature of life to nuclear fusion
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We sit down with Seyed, co-founder of Cognetivity, in an interview discussing the potential of AI in revolutionising the future of healthcare. Read on to find out more…
Pattern-seeking artificial intelligence promises a new way to decode animal languages from dog to whale. Our relationship with our furry and flippered friends may never be the same
Roaming chunks of code, pre-programmed to perform all manner of tasks, shape the web and our experience of it. What are they up to? And as they get smarter, how can we regain control?
Thanks to Python’s great library support, just about anyone can begin their journey to learn about AI.
Some researchers have turned their focus to artificial intelligence to study an underused symptom common to most respiratory pathogens—cough.
The technology solves proteins’ 3-D shapes in minutes, when traditional methods may take years.
Several companies have built AIs designed to figure our when you are angry or sad or excited. But there are serious questions about their accuracy, and the extent to which they should be used in public life