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  • Artificial intelligence is smarter than you think
  • 'Norman,' when artificial intelligence goes psycho
  • AI researchers design 'privacy filter' for your photos
  • Artificial intelligence can recognize you by the way you walk
  • Garbage In, Garbage Out: machine learning has not repealed the iron law of compu
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  • electronics

  • Nuclear Physicists Leap Into Quantum Computing With First Simulations of Atomic
  • AI Revives In-Memory Processors
  • Chinese firms use 'mind-reading' devices to monitor workers' emotions
  • New study shows wearable technology also contributes to distracted driving
  • New method to stop cyber attacks on GPS-enabled devices
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  • industries

  • Smart Tips for Better Small Business Cyber Security
  • Can Facebook use AI to fight online abuse?
  • Chinese search giant Baidu creates an open-source A.I. for detecting cancer
  • IBM pits computer against human debaters Matt O'brien, Ap Technology Writer
  • Intel Editorial: The Dash to 5G Commercialization Begins
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  • education

  • Computer Science prof recognized for digital leadership
  • Math & Cryptography Olympiad Open To All
  • Prof says he'll grade students on a curve, so they organize a boycott of the e
  • NYU Shanghai and NYU Stern to Jointly Offer One-Year Master of Science Programs
  • Principals Warm Up to Computer Science, Despite Obstacles
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  • careers

  • Algorithms are coming for their jobs, so workers are teaching themselves algorit
  • Artificial intelligence will wipe out half the banking jobs in a decade
  • A Female Engineer’s Fight for Equal Pay at Google
  • Data scientists get most salary hikes in startups
  • Boston startup is using artificial intelligence to connect job hunters with recr
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  • government

  • European Commission Appoints Artificial Intelligence Expert Group, Launches AI A
  • Shame on Google for treating the US military as evil
  • Israel: Social media monitoring nabs would-be attackers
  • Thanks To AI, A 3rd Person Is Arrested Following A Pop Superstar's Concert
  • Scheme to hire foreign IT talents under fire
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  • business

  • Artificial Intelligence at the changing face of Payment Fraud
  • Bank of America reaches milestone with virtual assistant Erica
  • Global Cognitive Security Market
  • Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare Market to Grow at a High CAGR
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  • Artificial Intelligence at the changing face of Payment Fraud
  • Can Facebook use AI to fight online abuse?
  • Smart Tips for Better Small Business Cyber Security
  • Chinese search giant Baidu creates an open-source A.I. for detecting cancer
  • IBM pits computer against human debaters Matt O'brien, Ap Technology Writer
  • Chart of the Week: Japan’s Robots
  • Computer Science prof recognized for digital leadership
  • Bank of America reaches milestone with virtual assistant Erica
  • Intel Editorial: The Dash to 5G Commercialization Begins
  • European Commission Appoints Artificial Intelligence Expert Group, Launches AI A
  • Shame on Google for treating the US military as evil
  • Math & Cryptography Olympiad Open To All
  • Artificial intelligence is smarter than you think
  • Global Cognitive Security Market
  • 'Norman,' when artificial intelligence goes psycho
  • Israel: Social media monitoring nabs would-be attackers
  • Don't trust the tech giants? You likely rely on them anyway
  • Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare Market to Grow at a High CAGR
  • New algorithm keeps data fresh in wireless networks
  • Global Artificial Intelligence Market in the Education Sector by Drivers & Strai
  • Microsoft embraces collaboration in $7.5B deal for GitHub
  • The robot revolution is just beginning
  • Artificial intelligence can recognize you by the way you walk
  • Google Hasn’t Killed Attribution Modeling – It Never Really Worked To Begin With
  • AI researchers design 'privacy filter' for your photos
  • Samsung experts say 2018 QLED TV’s blacks may be different, but still ‘perfect’
  • Laptop, phone, whatever. The next watershed moment will finally unify them all
  • Garbage In, Garbage Out: machine learning has not repealed the iron law of compu
  • Nuclear Physicists Leap Into Quantum Computing With First Simulations of Atomic
  • JPEG vs. PNG: When and why to use one format over the other
  • Who’s developing quantum computers?
  • Humans fight back against robots mining personal finance data
  • Thanks To AI, A 3rd Person Is Arrested Following A Pop Superstar's Concert
  • 5 Innovative Ways Artificial Intelligence Is Advancing Technology
  • Scheme to hire foreign IT talents under fire
  • What banks can do to avoid drowning in data
  • Algorithms are coming for their jobs, so workers are teaching themselves algorit
  • Edge computing and the importance of open infrastructure
  • Facebook says it removed 583 million fake accounts
  • RBC artificial intelligence lab eyes computer vision initiative
  • DJI partners up with Microsoft to give drones A.I. superpowers
  • How Facebook fired workers who blocked 'fake news' — 'After the Fact' bo
  • The Tragic Crack in Artificial Intelligence
  • Elon Musk’s fears that artificial intelligence will destroy humanity are ‘specie
  • New AI algorithm can accurately diagnose cause of childhood blindness
  • How Artificial Intelligence Will Help Viewers Identify Royal Wedding Guests
  • US-China trade talks center on rivalry over technology
  • Trump administration accelerates military study of artificial intelligence
  • Pentagon challenges Uber, Waymo in race over self-driving vehicles
  • AI Revives In-Memory Processors
  • Chinese firms use 'mind-reading' devices to monitor workers' emotions
  • Computer scientists discover longest line you can sail without hitting land
  • Artificial intelligence in action
  • Building AI systems that make fair decisions
  • New study shows wearable technology also contributes to distracted driving
  • NYU Shanghai and NYU Stern to Jointly Offer One-Year Master of Science Programs
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