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  • Scientists are Developing a 'Pet Translator' that Can Convert Dog Barks Into
  • The Art in Artificial Intelligence: Make the Robots Serve the Public Good
  • Researchers use Titan to accelerate design, training of deep learning networks
  • Why is everyone so excited about Nvidia?
  • If artificial intelligence is the answer, what’s the question?
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  • electronics

  • New discovery could improve brain-like memory and computing
  • Quantum computing is coming
  • Computer systems predict objects' responses to physical forces
  • Electromagnetic emissions from smartphones analyzed for security vulnerability
  • Quantum coupling
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  • industries

  • Hospital running on pen and paper after being hit with ransomware attack
  • Computers are getting better than humans at reading
  • Intel says chip-security fixes leave PCs no more than 10% slower
  • Two years later, Google solves 'racist algorithm'
  • Facebook to show more content from friends, less from publishers and brands
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  • education

  • ‘Our Final Invention’ Warns That Artificial Intelligence Could End Human Life
  • Encoding Literacy in Computer Science
  • Hack Your Own Computer Science Degree
  • Finding Our Humanity With AI
  • The Other Half of Science
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  • careers

  • Opinion The jobs artificial intelligence will most likely replace
  • Machine learning will change jobs
  • Diversity must be the driver of artificial intelligence
  • Newly unveiled research chairs take aim at diversity gap in Canadian science
  • Meet Your New Boss: An Algorithm
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  • government

  • Liberal government looks to update fight against online child porn
  • Critical perspectives on the Singularity from eminent computer scientist Ed Felt
  • China's president had 2 books about artificial intelligence on his shelf
  • Hoosier senator wants to prepare America for opportunities tied to artificial in
  • Artificial intelligence pilot to look for suicide warning signs across Canada
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  • business

  • How Bitcoin works, and why it’s a menace
  • Tech gathering showcases gadgets we don't need - until we do
  • Publishers warned to stop depending on Facebook amid steep drop in web traffic
  • 3 Tricks to Become an Instagram Influencer
  • The computer chip debacle: Businesses are scrambling
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  • Computers are getting better than humans at reading
  • Hospital running on pen and paper after being hit with ransomware attack
  • Scientists are Developing a 'Pet Translator' that Can Convert Dog Barks Into
  • ‘Our Final Invention’ Warns That Artificial Intelligence Could End Human Life
  • How Bitcoin works, and why it’s a menace
  • Facebook to show more content from friends, less from publishers and brands
  • Two years later, Google solves 'racist algorithm'
  • The Art in Artificial Intelligence: Make the Robots Serve the Public Good
  • Intel says chip-security fixes leave PCs no more than 10% slower
  • Sony's robot dog has learned some new tricks
  • Researchers use Titan to accelerate design, training of deep learning networks
  • New discovery could improve brain-like memory and computing
  • Liberal government looks to update fight against online child porn
  • Publishers warned to stop depending on Facebook amid steep drop in web traffic
  • Tech gathering showcases gadgets we don't need - until we do
  • Ex-Google engineer Damore sues alleging discrimination against white, conservati
  • Apple faces investor backlash over what the iPhone may be doing to kids
  • Why is everyone so excited about Nvidia?
  • TD Bank acquires Toronto-based artificial intelligence startup Layer 6 AI
  • Encoding Literacy in Computer Science
  • 3 Tricks to Become an Instagram Influencer
  • China aims to enable half of all new cars with AI by 2020
  • Major chip flaws affect billions of devices
  • Critical perspectives on the Singularity from eminent computer scientist Ed Felt
  • NectarJS to offer JavaScript compilation-as-a-service
  • The computer chip debacle: Businesses are scrambling
  • Hack Your Own Computer Science Degree
  • Security flaws put virtually all phones, computers at risk
  • China's president had 2 books about artificial intelligence on his shelf
  • Artificial Intelligence in Medicine: Hope or Hype?
  • Artificial intelligence pilot to look for suicide warning signs across Canada
  • Hoosier senator wants to prepare America for opportunities tied to artificial in
  • 18 stocks that could rise 25% in 2018
  • Finding Our Humanity With AI
  • Bitcoin fans hold on for a very wild ride
  • What we have here is a failure to system integrate
  • The Other Half of Science
  • If artificial intelligence is the answer, what’s the question?
  • Artificial intelligence identifies bacteria images quickly, accurately
  • Quantum computing is coming
  • China emerges as a hotbed for artificial intelligence
  • Computer systems predict objects' responses to physical forces
  • Electromagnetic emissions from smartphones analyzed for security vulnerability
  • Technique to allow AI to learn words in the flow of dialogue developed
  • Ten ways tech will change your life in 2018
  • Decade since recession: Thriving cities leave others behind
  • Apple is said to develop EKG heart monitor for future watch
  • Opinion The jobs artificial intelligence will most likely replace
  • 2017: The year in programming languages
  • Instagram is changing your feed again, this time with ‘recommended’ posts
  • Quantum coupling
  • Machine learning will change jobs
  • Banks are looking to use artificial intelligence in almost every part
  • Small sites hit by fallout from Facebook's fake news fight
  • Engines of creation – and the people who build them
  • Technology not taking over children's lives despite screen-time increase
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