Editorial: Artificial intelligence is not artificial consciousness – but it still needs to be regulated to keep people safe
The question of whether artificial intelligence (AI) can invent is nearly 200 years old, going back to the very beginning of computing. Victorian mathematician Ada Lovelace wrote what's generally considered the first computer program. As she did, she wondered about the limits of what computers could do.
Picture a tall stately grandfather clock, its long pendulum swinging back and forth, over and again, keeping rhythm with the time. Scientists can describe that motion with an equation, or dynamical model, and though there are seemingly hundreds of factors contributing to the sway, (the weight of the clock, the material of the pendulum, ad infinitum) there is only one variable necessary to describe the motion of the pendulum and translate it into math: the angle of the swing.
A pair of researchers, one with Gymnasium of Johannes Kepler, the other with the University of California, Berkley, has developed an artificial intelligence (AI) application capable of determining whether a video clip of a famous person is genuine or a deepfake.
Diversity, equity and inclusion are by no means new problems for the tech industry. However, new issues like the economic downturn can lead companies to take measures --- like layoffs — that can worsen an already glaring problem.
Caitlin Cassidy gives Nino Bucci the full picture of the latest ‘magic avatar’ generator and image editing app
Images generated with Lensa AI are all over social media, but at what cost?
Today Google announced a beta release of Simple ML for Sheets, which allows users without ML experience to try ML out on their spreadsheets.
Deloitte's 14th annual Tech Trends report, released today, focused on interaction, information and computation, but also trust.
Type a few words into a text-to-image model, and you'll end up with a weirdly accurate, completely unique picture. While this tool is fun to play with, it also opens up avenues of creative application and exploration and provides workflow-enhancing tools for visual artists and animators.
As online retailers increasingly use artificial intelligence chatbots to streamline customer service tasks and replace their human counterparts, new research from the University of South Florida examines how emotion-expressing AI chatbots can impact customer service.
In Japan, a substantial amount of point cloud data–a set of data points in space–has been measured and accumulated for public works using mobile mapping systems and terrestrial laser scanners. However, this vast amount of data is of limited use in an unprocessed and unstructured state.
Ada Lovelace said computers could not invent. But a century later, Alan Turing pointed out inventiveness in machines could be found in their capacity to produce surprising and innovative results.
Qatalog 2.0 deploys generative AI to automatically generate workspaces for specific industry verticals based on each client's needs.
The manufacturing industry (largely) welcomed artificial intelligence with open arms. Less of the dull, dirty, and dangerous? Say no more. However, planning for mechanical assemblies still requires more than scratching out some sketches, of course—it's a complex conundrum that means dealing with arbitrary 3D shapes and highly constrained motion required for real-world assemblies.
Howie Mandel is stepping into the metaverse. DeepBrain AI has created a pretty realistic AI version of comedian and actor Mandel.
Researchers used deep reinforcement learning to steer atoms into a lattice shape, with a view to building new materials or nanodevices.
Canva is boosting its efforts to target enterprise business users with today’s release of Canva Docs and the AI-powered Magic Write.