In a controversial new study, researchers suggest that race might have less to do with facial analysis algorithm bias than other attributes.
During a session at VentureBeat's Transform summit, former Salesforce chief scientist Richard Socher spoke about how AI can create value in the enterprise.
In for a penny, in for a pound. The UK yesterday revealed US surveillance company Palantir had secured a £1 million contract renewal to continue its work on the country’s COVID-19 data-aggregation project. That’s a hefty increase over the initial contract signed just four months ago for a single British pound.
When it comes to algorithmic bias, how Google teaches Translate to recognize gender serves as an example of just how complex such a basic problem remains.
The vision of building an AI assistant that takes complexity out of money, and makes money management easier, has been relentless.
Amazon is using a new tool that ensures the employees within its company are socially distant during the Coronavirus pandemic. It’s using augmented reality to keep its workers 2 metres apart.
If you want to research historical events for a college essay, learn about tropical fish, or even translate text into a different language, you can type keywords into an internet search engine and get almost instant results drawn from diverse, international sources on that subject.
A multi-disciplinary team of researchers from Chalmers and University of Gothenburg has developed a framework to study how language evolves as an effective tool for describing mental concepts. In a new paper, they show that artificial agents can learn how to communicate in an artificial language similar to human language.
You may only know Adobe as the Photoshop company, but it has spent years integrating AI into its products, as well as its internal business processes.
Skoltech researchers and their industry colleagues have created a data-driven model that can forecast the production from an oil well stimulated by multistage fracturing technology. This model has high commercialization potential, and its use can boost oil production via optimized fracturing design.
EPFL researchers have invented a way of automatically working out what data needs to be put into a complex system—such as a fiber optic network—in order to get the desired result. Their solution could prove especially useful in robotics, medicine and image projection.
It turns out if you're a data company with modern data architectures at the ready, you have a head start building out internal conversational AI.
Following its merger with U.S. cellular carrier Sprint, the country's #3 carrier is announcing new initiatives to fight scams and offer free phone numbers.
Carbonated has raised $8.5 million for its mobile-first game studio that is building a squad-based shooter that taps artificial intelligence.
Intel's Mobileye has been awarded a permit to test autonomous vehicles on all public roads in Germany at up to 80 miles per hour.
A student at the University of Cambridge built the first replica of the 1930s Polish cyclometer.
They look deceptively real, but they are made by computers: so-called deep-fake images are generated by machine learning algorithms, and humans are pretty much unable to distinguish them from real photos. Researchers at the Horst Görtz Institute for IT Security at Ruhr-Universität Bochum and the Cluster of Excellence "Cyber Security in the Age of Large-Scale Adversaries" (Casa) have developed a new method for efficiently identifying deep-fake images.
Can artificial intelligence enhance human surgeons with AI superpowers to reduce medical errors?