Over 80,000 Australian citizenship ceremonies conducted online since March

Run rate to the end of July was over 800 people becoming Australian citizen via video conferencing each day.

08 September 2020, zdnet.com

Identification of molecular quantum states using phase-sensitive forces

The identification of molecular quantum states becomes challenging with increasing complexity of the molecular level structure. Here, the authors non-destructively identified excited molecular states of the $${{\rm{N}}}_{2}^{+}$$ N 2 + by interfering forces applied to both the molecular ion and to a co-trapped atomic ion.

08 September 2020, nature.com

Scientists demonstrate first ‘plug and play’ brain prosthesis in a paralyzed person

The participant used the system to control a cursor on a screen using just their brain, and without requiring extensive daily recalibrating of the AI.

07 September 2020, thenextweb.com

Building Wakanda

The Black Panther presents a vision of technology that benefits humanity and resists oppression. Technologists are building in that spirit today.

07 September 2020, venturebeat.com

Contact-tracing: Data shows apps can help in fight against COVID, say researchers

The team behind Switzerland's SwissCovid app have shown promising results for the tool.

07 September 2020, zdnet.com

Robots to be used in UK care homes to help reduce loneliness

Machines can hold simple conversations and have been found to improve mental health

07 September 2020, theguardian.com

This AI analyzes placentas to predict complications in the next pregnancy

Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University have used machine learning to analyze placenta samples for signs of health risks in future pregnancies.

07 September 2020, thenextweb.com

Here are the biased algorithms the UK government uses to make high-level decisions

The recent use of an algorithm to calculate the graduating grades of secondary school students in England provoked so much public anger at its perceived unfairness that it’s widely become known as the “A-levels fiasco.” As a result of the outrage – a

07 September 2020, thenextweb.com

Assessment of dysplasia in bone marrow smear with convolutional neural network

Delivering the potential of artificial intelligence in clinical decision-making will require testing interventions in well-designed randomized clinical trials and reporting these results in a standardized and transparent fashion.

07 September 2020, nature.com

Population sequencing enhances understanding of tea plant evolution

Tea is an important beverage crop with a large and heterozygous genome. Here, the authors assemble the genome of the cultivar Longjing 43 and conduct a population genetics study to reveal divergent selection for disease resistance and flavor between the two variety groups.

07 September 2020, nature.com

ASX opens up DataSphere data science platform

The ASX DataSphere is now open for third parties looking to partner with ASX to help solve their data challenges.

06 September 2020, zdnet.com

Work, learn anywhere strategies attract investment, innovation

IT budgets are shifting to build out infrastructure to support remote work and education and enterprises and workers are leaving the buildings behind.

06 September 2020, zdnet.com

Brain-Inspired Electronic System Could Make Artificial Intelligence 1,000 Times More Energy Efficient

Extremely energy-efficient artificial intelligence is now closer to reality after a study by UCL researchers found a way to improve the accuracy of a brain-inspired computing system. The system, which uses memristors to create artificial neural netwo

06 September 2020, scitechdaily.com

Face masks and facial recognition will both be common in the future. How will they co-exist?

With face masks now compulsory or recommended in various parts of the country, how are facial recognition systems functioning?

06 September 2020, theconversation.com

How AI will automate cybersecurity in the post-COVID world

As cybercrime is becoming more lucrative and more automated, we're going to have to depend on automated defenses on the other side.

06 September 2020, venturebeat.com

From viral conspiracies to exam fiascos, algorithms come with serious side effects

A mesmerising, unaccountable kind of algorithm – machine learning – is blinding governments to the technology’s often disastrous flaws

06 September 2020, theguardian.com

Google Magenta’s Lo-Fi Player lets you create your own virtual music room

A new Google Magenta project (created by a summer intern!) lets you mix lo-fi hip-hop music tracks to build a custom music room in your browser.

05 September 2020, theverge.com

How Adobe is using an AI chatbot to support its 22,000 remote workers

When the COVID-19 shutdown began in March, my team at Adobe realized we had to completely rethink our support infrastructure.

05 September 2020, venturebeat.com

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