Automatic speaker recognition technology outperforms human listeners in the courtroom

A key question in a number of court cases is whether a speaker on an audio recording is a particular known speaker, for example, whether a speaker on a recording of an intercepted telephone call is the defendant.

07 November 2022, techxplore.com

Speaking the same language: How artificial neurons mimic biological neurons

Artificial intelligence has long been a hot topic: a computer algorithm "learns" by being taught by examples: What is "right" and what is "wrong." Unlike a computer algorithm, the human brain works with neurons—cells of the brain. These are trained and pass on signals to other neurons.

07 November 2022, techxplore.com

Deepfakes are being used for good—here's how

In the second season of BBC mystery thriller The Capture, deepfakes threaten the future of democracy and UK national security. In a dystopia set in present day London, hackers use AI to insert these highly realistic false images and videos of people into live news broadcasts to destroy the careers of politicians.

07 November 2022, techxplore.com


AI and the future of gaming

Artificial Intelligence is an exciting topic for some and horrifying to others. Reality seems to fall somewhere in-between the extremes.

07 November 2022, venturebeat.com

The race is on to build generative AI for the enterprise | The AI Beat

In the wake of last week's release of the DALL-E API, startups racing to build generative AI for the enterprise are sure to follow.

07 November 2022, venturebeat.com

Is it just hype? How investors can vet a company’s AI claims

Determining the value of a company's AI requires an in-depth look under the hood and a nuanced understanding of the AI's role.

06 November 2022, venturebeat.com


Optimizing delivery logistics in an economic downturn

Even in a recession, businesses can revolutionize logistics with AI and ML, allowing them to optimize and enhance customer satisfaction.

05 November 2022, venturebeat.com

6 ways machine learning can boost your marketing processes

Businesses must use data and forge the right, long-lasting partnerships to ensure marketing ML deployments are tailored and always evolving.

05 November 2022, venturebeat.com

Machine-learning systems are problematic. That’s why tech bosses call them ‘AI’ | John Naughton

Pretending that opaque, error-prone ML is part of the grand, romantic quest to find artificial intelligence is an attempt to distract us from the truth

05 November 2022, theguardian.com


How knowledge graphs can revolutionize the digital customer experience

Brands invest heavily in content. Knowledge graphs make this actionable, improving resources and providing deeper insights.

05 November 2022, venturebeat.com

Top 5 stories of the week: AI news for Google, Nvidia, AT&T and Siemens

This week's top 5 stories on VentureBeat were all about AI, from a Google AI event to Nvidia joining the speech AI race, and more.

05 November 2022, venturebeat.com

Harvard-Developed Clinical AI Performs on Par With Human Radiologists

A new tool overcomes a significant hurdle in clinical AI design. Scientists from Harvard Medical School and Stanford University have created a diagnostic tool using artificial intelligence that can detect diseases on chest X-rays based on the natural

05 November 2022, scitechdaily.com


Hair Regeneration: AI Helps Design Baldness Treatment That Works Better Than Testosterone or Minoxidil

Hair loss is undesirable for many men — and women — because one’s hairstyle is often closely tied to their sense of self-confidence. And while some embrace it, other people wish they could regrow their lost locks. Now, scientists have used artificial

04 November 2022, scitechdaily.com

Floppy or not: AI predicts properties of complex metamaterials

Given a 3D piece of origami, can you flatten it without damaging it? Just by looking at the design, the answer is hard to predict, because each and every fold in the design has to be compatible with flattening.

04 November 2022, techxplore.com

5 ways Forrester predicts AI will be “indispensable” in 2023

Forrester’s recently-released AI predictions highlight how adoption has evolved from an emerging trend to a priority for the enterprise.

04 November 2022, venturebeat.com


Deepfakes are being used for good – here's how

Despite their dangers, highly realistic deepfake images and videos are finding positive uses in the creative arts.

04 November 2022, theconversation.com

How Hugging Face and ServiceNow tackle code-generating LLM challenges

BigCode, launched recently by Hugging Face and Service Now, is looking to address some of code-generating LLMs biggest pain points.

04 November 2022, venturebeat.com

A massive new dataset for understanding art

We've all seen art made from data, but what about data from art?

04 November 2022, techxplore.com


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