WhyLabs raises $4 million to grow AI and data monitoring platform

Based in Seattle, WhyLabs uses an open source library to track AI models and datasets and notify data scientists if problems arise.

23 September 2020, venturebeat.com

Intel details chips designed for IoT and edge workloads

Intel is targeting the IoT and edge computing market with new processor products, including the Atom x6000E Series, Pentium, Celeron N, and J Series.

23 September 2020, venturebeat.com

Adobe’s Liquid Mode leverages AI to reformat PDFs for mobile devices

Adobe's Liquid Mode in Acrobat Reader automatically reformats PDFs for mobile devices using AI and machine learning algorithms.

23 September 2020, venturebeat.com

Microsoft: Here's how smartphone camera tech helps us create new holographic storage

Project Holographic Storage Device works on new holographic storage device for 'warm' data in the cloud.

23 September 2020, zdnet.com

A language generation program's ability to write articles, produce code and compose poetry has wowed scientists

GPT-3 is the biggest, most creative language generation program to date. But with awesome power comes awesome responsibility.

23 September 2020, theconversation.com

Tesla to develop a $25,000 electric car within three years

The announcement didn’t seem to please investors, however.

23 September 2020, zdnet.com

TuSimple expands self-driving trucks to Europe with Traton partnership

Self-driving truck startup TuSimple inked an agreement with Traton that will give the VW subsidiary a minority stake in the startup.

23 September 2020, venturebeat.com

Fujitsu to provide Canon with supercomputer to power 'no-prototype' manufacturing

The 'no-prototype' product development initiative aims to eliminate useless product prototyping through the use of virtualisation and simulation technologies.

23 September 2020, zdnet.com

RMIT University researchers develop ultra-thin photodetector that can detect shades of light

The technology could potentially be used to help advance the early detection of cancer.

23 September 2020, zdnet.com

University of Queensland partners with IBM to progress data research

What does a university do when it's over 11,000kms away from the tech giants' R&D labs? It stands up its own sandpit and encourages major vendors to take part.

23 September 2020, zdnet.com

Complete genome sequence of fish-pathogenic Aeromonas hydrophila HX-3 and a comparative analysis: insights into virulence factors and quorum sensing

Avian Influenza (AI) is a complex but still poorly understood disease; specifically when it comes to reservoirs, co-infections, connectedness and wider landscape perspectives. Low pathogenic (Low-path LP) AI in chickens caused by less virulent strains of AI viruses (AIVs)—when compared with highly pathogenic AIVs (HPAIVs)—are not even well-described yet or known how they contribute to wider AI and immune system issues.

23 September 2020, nature.com

A robot called Curly beat top-ranked athletes at curling

Curly is a robot with a camera arm and wheels that uses AI to assess the best strategy for playing the game of curling – and it beat top-ranked players

23 September 2020, newscientist.com

When painting reveals increases in social trust

Scientists from the CNRS, ENS-PSL, Inserm, and Sciences Po revealed an increase in facial displays of trustworthiness in European painting between the fourteenth and twenty-first centuries. The findings, published in Nature Communications on 22 September 2020, were obtained by applying face-processing software to two groups of portraits, suggesting an increase in trustworthiness in society that closely follows rising living standards over the course of this period.

22 September 2020, techxplore.com

Researchers create dataset to advance U.S. Supreme Court gender bias analysis

University of Washington researchers created a dataset and AI for detection of gender bias in U.S. Supreme Court oral arguments.

22 September 2020, venturebeat.com

How Intel is aiming for a PC processor comeback

Gregory Bryant, executive vice president of client computing at Intel, talks about the efforts to stay competitive in the core PC processor market.

22 September 2020, venturebeat.com

When bots do the negotiating, humans more likely to engage in deceptive techniques

Recently computer scientists at USC Institute of Technologies (ICT) set out to assess under what conditions humans would employ deceptive negotiating tactics. Through a series of studies, they found that whether humans would embrace a range of deceptive and sneaky techniques was dependent both on the humans' prior negotiating experience in negotiating as well as whether virtual agents where employed to negotiate on their behalf.

22 September 2020, techxplore.com

Engineers pre-train AI computers to make them even more powerful

Engineers at CSEM have developed a new machine-learning method that paves the way for artificial intelligence to be used in applications that until now have been deemed too sensitive. The method, which has been tested by running simulations on a climate-control system for a 100-room building, is poised to deliver energy savings of around 20%.

22 September 2020, techxplore.com

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