IBM and Michael J. Fox Foundation develop machine learning model for Parkinson’s

In hopes of helping clinicians pinpoint different stages of the disease as it advances.

07 August 2020, zdnet.com

Machine-learning research may help find new tungsten deposits in England

Geologists have developed a machine learning technique that highlights the potential for further deposits of the critical metal tungsten in SW England.

07 August 2020, techxplore.com

Lost your job due to coronavirus? Artificial intelligence could be your best friend in finding a new one

There are a variety of ways job seekers could use artificial intelligence to give them an edge in a very tough environment.

07 August 2020, theconversation.com


Algorithm reveals some of us have DNA from a mystery ancestor

An algorithm that analyzes ancient genomes suggests humans mated with an unknown relative hundreds of thousands of years ago.

07 August 2020, thenextweb.com

3D printed houses for 45% less?

Construction has long suffered from inefficiency, but 3D printing is now a viable solution.

07 August 2020, zdnet.com

WA government commits AU$8m to build an electronic medical record system

Touting it will deliver 'patient-centric' healthcare across the state.

07 August 2020, zdnet.com


Australia needs to face up to the dangers of facial recognition technology | David Paris

State and federal governments must follow the lead of cities here and abroad to suspend its use and develop a regulatory framework

07 August 2020, theguardian.com

NSW government launches new strategy to build smart tech into future infrastructure

A Data Protection Policy is also being developed to guide how data gathered by smart devices will be collected, managed, and stored.

07 August 2020, zdnet.com

CSIRO using artificial intelligence to map 1.7m Australian grain paddocks

It developed ePaddocks for the agriculture sector to better understand the boundaries of grain paddocks across the country.

07 August 2020, zdnet.com


An AI can make selfies look like they’re not selfies

Computer software can now edit selfie photos so it doesn’t appear the person in the image is holding the camera in their outstretched arm

07 August 2020, newscientist.com

Shrinking deep learning’s carbon footprint

Through innovation in software and hardware, researchers move to reduce the financial and environmental costs of modern artificial intelligence.

07 August 2020, news.mit.edu

Scientists Oppose NSF’s New Graduate Fellowship Priority

More than 3,000 researchers have signed on to a petition that expresses concern over the agency's 2021 application for the funding program, which emphasizes three areas of computational science and might further disadvantage underrepresented groups.

07 August 2020, the-scientist.com


Why ‘human-like’ is a low bar for most AI projects

Show me a human-like machine and I’ll show you a faulty piece of tech. The AI market is expected to eclipse $300 billion by 2025. And the vast majority of the companies trying to cash in on that bonanza are marketing some form of “human-like” AI. Maybe it’s time to reconsider that approach.

06 August 2020, thenextweb.com

Summit supercomputer to advance research on wind power for renewable energy

With the help of the US Department of Energy-housed Summit supercomputer, GE Research is hoping to improve efficiencies in offshore wind energy production.

06 August 2020, zdnet.com

Researchers discover evidence of gender bias in major computer vision APIs

Researchers at Wunderman Thompson say they've found evidence of gender bias in major computer vision APIs from Google, IBM, and Microsoft.

06 August 2020, venturebeat.com


Getting COVID-19 Results, Quickly…

More than four months have passed since the lockdown rules were implemented, though you may have applied a litre of hand sanitizer or gone through an uncountable number of face masks by now, we just want to be safe. And knowing if we have the disease

06 August 2020, aidaily.co.uk

Uber's Q2 highlights COVID-19 economy shifts, worries

Uber's financials are better suited to be an economic barometer instead of any fundamental analysis.

06 August 2020, zdnet.com

How Thoughts Could Someday Control Electronic Prosthetics

A new wireless intracortical brain-computer interface neuroprosthesis is capable of transmitting accurate neural signals, using a tenth of the power required by its current systems.

06 August 2020, aidaily.co.uk


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