Proposed in the U.S. Senate, the National Biometric Information Privacy Act would require businesses get consent to collect or share biometric data.
In a study, researchers find that NLP pipelines often discriminate against certain languages. This can lead to unintentional underrepresentation.
My editor-in-chief dared me to pull a bunch of random topics out of a hat and write a compelling tech story about them. Here’s what I got: Jay-Z, neural networks, the US Navy SEALs, and jazz music. Luckily for me, I happened across this video featuri
Microsoft researchers propose a new training technique that achieves state-of-the-art performance in natural language processing biomedical tasks.
Kite's code completions powered deep learning now work with JupyterLab and JupyterHub, helping data scientists as they type Python.
The idea of intelligent robots has been in cinema for close to 100 years, beginning with Metropolis (1927)
The British government is scrapping a controversial algorithm used in visa applications that campaigners say discriminated against certain nationalities.
In efforts to automatically capture important data from scientific papers, computer scientists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have developed a method to accurately detect small, geometric objects such as triangles within dense, low-quality plots contained in image data.
Amazon's employees have found ways to keep building high-tech robots, even confined at home.
Isima, a startup developing a big data analytics platform for enterprise customers, emerged from stealth with $10 million in seed funding.
Syntiant, a startup developing AI and machine learning edge hardware for voice processing, has raised $35 million in venture capital.
A team of researchers from MIT and Intel have created an algorithm that can create algorithms. In the long term, that could radically change the role of software developers.
Facial recognition is becoming ubiquitous, but a new AI tool created by researchers from the University of Chicago could help the privacy-conscious. The tool, named Fawkes, uses AI to "cloak" your selfies, adding a layer of imperceptible changes to the image so that facial recognition algorithms don’t recognize you.
Shanghai Zhizhen wants Apple to stop selling the voice assistant Siri in China.
Chegg is starting to see the benefits of being a platform as students in the US and abroad flock to its digital education content.
Shoppers can also now book a time to shop using Q-Tracker.
Researchers and entrepreneurs in India have derived new solutions to fighting COVID-19 through Artificial Intelligence.
Secretary of the Department of Health Dr Brendan Murphy says the state previously saw no value in it and was under intense pressure due to the surge in cases.