Opinion | Elon Musk: ‘A.I. Doesn’t Need to Hate Us to Destroy Us’

In a conversation with Kara Swisher, the billionaire entrepreneur talks space-faring civilization, battery-powered everything and computer chips in your skull.

28 September 2020, nytimes.com

ACMA approves GPS repeater trials in Sydney and Melbourne tunnels

Initial trial approved due to need from emergency services.

28 September 2020, zdnet.com

NSW government plans to digitise school forms

Starting with introducing online enrolments at all public primary schools.

28 September 2020, zdnet.com

Pattern recognition of the fluid flow in a 3D domain by combination of Lattice Boltzmann and ANFIS methods

MSFragger-Glyco allows identification of N- and O-linked glycopeptides using the localization-aware open search strategy of the MSFragger search engine.

28 September 2020, nature.com

Will RISC-V be a contender now that Nvidia is buying Arm?

RISC-V International CEO Calista Redmond shares her thoughts on Nvidia's pending acquisition of Arm and why she believes RISC-V is a contender.

27 September 2020, venturebeat.com

The Last of Us Part II voice actor breaks new ground with Twitch’s Artificial

Stephen Chang played the voice of Jesse in The Last of Us Part II. And now he's playing as a character in Twitch's original interactive show Artificial.

26 September 2020, venturebeat.com

AI Weekly: Amazon went wide with Alexa; now it’s going deep

After putting Alexa everywhere it could, Amazon is focusing its efforts on going deep, with new Alexa capabilities, a new edge chip, and surveillance gear.

26 September 2020, venturebeat.com

Allen Institute researchers find pervasive toxicity in popular language models

Researchers at the Allen Institute for AI find evidence of pervasive bias and toxicity in popular language models from OpenAI and Salesforce.

25 September 2020, venturebeat.com

Bolstering AI by tapping human testers

Advances in artificial intelligence depend on continual testing of massive amounts of data. This benchmark testing allows researchers to determine how "intelligent" AI is, spot weaknesses and then develop stronger, smarter models.

25 September 2020, techxplore.com

Using deep learning to control the unconsciousness level of patients in an anesthetic state

In recent years, researchers have been developing machine learning algorithms for an increasingly wide range of purposes. This includes algorithms that can be applied in healthcare settings, for instance helping clinicians to diagnose specific diseases or neuropsychiatric disorders or monitor the health of patients over time.

25 September 2020, techxplore.com

Google launches AI Platform Prediction in general availability

Google today launched AI Platform Prediction in general availability, a managed service for cloud AI and machine learning workloads.

25 September 2020, venturebeat.com

Neural network for low-memory IoT devices

A scientist from Russia has developed a new neural network architecture and tested its learning ability on the recognition of handwritten digits. The intelligence of the network was amplified by chaos, and the classification accuracy reached 96.3%. The network can be used in microcontrollers with a small amount of RAM and embedded in such household items as shoes or refrigerators, making them 'smart.

25 September 2020, techxplore.com

What happens when Google’s chatty bot chats with a chatbot?

Google Duplex impressed and scared the world in equal parts when it was unveiled, and now we’ve seen how a conversation goes with another chatbot.

25 September 2020, artificialintelligence-news.com

Google launches AI lip-sync challenge

Google has launched a lip-sync challenge for anyone who cares to participate. Those interested can visit the site Google has set up and test their lip-synching skills. The challenge is being run by Google's AI Experiments group—the same group behind Google's Pixel device.

25 September 2020, techxplore.com

Report finds AI and blockchain could transform Australia's transport sector

Curtin University-led research has found that applications of artificial intelligence and blockchain technology are set to revolutionize the transport sector in the coming decade and Australia needs to move quickly in order to capture the benefits.

25 September 2020, techxplore.com

Neural networks restore microscopic images

Skoltech Ph.D. student Valeriya Pronina presented her work on microscopy image restoration at the computer vision conference ECCV 2020. For the idea behind this research, Valeriya was awarded the Ostrogradski scholarship from the French government and invited to conduct a joint research in a laboratory at the Lyon National Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA Lyon) in France.

25 September 2020, techxplore.com

Follow-the-leader: A shortcut to autonomous trucking

Auto trucks don't need drivers if they have a good guide.

25 September 2020, zdnet.com

First hydrogen-powered aircraft takes flight in ‘major’ breakthrough for the industry

ZeroAvia says this form of next-generation craft will eventually match fossil fuel counterparts.

25 September 2020, zdnet.com

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