Visa says it prevents $25 billion in annual fraud thanks to the AI it has developed. The path Visa took to get there offers lessons to other companies.
Researchers at Artie released a tool to detect bias in speech recognition systems. In a proof of concept, they find evidence of bias in a Google model.
The pandemic is forcing us to reimagine what a "good" health care system looks like. For CommonSpirit Health, that includes AI and personalized care.
The global head of machine learning for one top investment bank sees AI as a smart solution for handling masses of data, but warns against ML over-reliance.
While already used by manufacturing and supply chains, intelligent automation is ripe for adoption by revenue-generating teams such as marketing and sales.
Dataiku's Kurt Muehmel talks about the biggest mistakes enterprises make, and the best practices, when they're trying to scale their AI projects.
An AI system called This Pony Does Not Exist uses a generative neural network (GAN) to create infinite new pony portraits.
Chase's chief data and analytics officer Sandra Nudelman outlines some of the ways the bank is harnessing AI and ML across its business.
The company sent an email asking customers to check their software was updated
App developers will increasingly have to adopt an "AI-first" mindset by default, according to Intuit chief technology officer Marianna Tessel.
A cohort of 30 artists have received funding to find creative solutions to 21st-century problems like surveillance, digital inequality and inherited trauma.
MIT researchers say the influential ImageNet data set has "systematic annotation issues" when used as a benchmark for evaluating object recognition models.
What would conversations with Alexa be like if she was a regular at The Second City?
The short excerpt below from the 1938 film La Femme du Boulanger (The Baker’s Wife) ingeniously depicts how the human mind can extract deep meaning from life experiences and perceived situations. In the movie, directed by Marcel Pagnol, the baker Aim
Fabricius uses machine learning to translate ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs via an online tool.
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Medical University of South Carolina researchers report in Current Biology that the brain uses similar visual areas for mental imagery and vision, but it uses low-level visual areas less precisely with mental imagery than with vision. These findings
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