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  • hese Stunning A.I. Tools Are About to Change the Art World - Gabriel Nicholas (14859 bytes) (2017-12-11)
  • Researchers devise better recommendation algorithm - Rice University (6463 bytes) (2017-12-08)
  • Will artificial intelligence become conscious? - Subhash Kak (6930 bytes) (2017-12-08)
  • How can humans keep the upper hand on artificial intelligence? - Guerraoui (5413 bytes) (2017-12-05)
  • Researchers trained neural networks to be fashion designers (sort of) - University of California - San Diego (4837 bytes) (2017-11-29)
  • The ultimate defense against hackers may be just a few atoms thick - NYU Tandon School of Engineering (3432 bytes) (2017-11-29)
  • Turning photos into an interactive experience - Association for Computing Machinery (4468 bytes) (2017-11-29)
  • New human mobility prediction model offers scalability, requires less data - Arizona State University (2637 bytes) (2017-11-22)
  • Supercomputing speeds up deep learning training - University of Texas at Austin, (6138 bytes) (2017-11-21)
  • New computational method provides optimized design of wind up toys - Association for Computing Machinery (3324 bytes) (2017-11-21)
  • Algorithmic Designs Of Wind-up Toys - Lucy Black (3448 bytes) (2017-11-20)
  • What is the computational power of the universe? - National Institute of Standards and Tech (1909 bytes) (2017-11-16)
  • Artificial Intelligence may be a human trait, not a machine’s - RICHARD SHAW (5229 bytes) (2017-11-15)
  • Algorithms With Minds of Their Own - Curt Levey and Ryan Hagemann (627 bytes) (2017-11-13)
  • Researchers develop data bus for quantum computer - University of Innsbruck (2725 bytes) (2017-11-10)
  • Artificial intelligence helps detect ovarian cancer early and accurately - Greg Slabodkin (4275 bytes) (2017-11-06)
  • Artificial intelligence to evaluate brain maturity of preterm infants - University of Helsinki (4520 bytes) (2017-11-01)
  • Bloated browser functionality presents unnecessary security, privacy risks - University of Illinois at Chicago (2977 bytes) (2017-11-01)
  • p~pInstant replayp~p for computer systems shows cyber attack details - Georgia Institute of Technology (6307 bytes) (2017-11-01)
  • It lives, This nightmare machine writes bone-chilling tales - Matt Op~pbrien (2851 bytes) (2017-11-01)
  • Artificial intelligence: Is this the future of early cancer detection? - United European Gastroenterology (3360 bytes) (2017-10-30)
  • This nightmare machine writes bone-chilling tales - Steven Senne (3570 bytes) (2017-10-30)
  • How Do You Regulate a Self-Improving Algorithm? - Jonathan Kay (1285 bytes) (2017-10-26)
  • Researchers create digital objects from incomplete 3D data - University Saarland (2659 bytes) (2017-10-20)
  • Preservation for the (digital) ages - University of Texas at Austin (6074 bytes) (2017-10-20)
  • For $1000, anyone can purchase online ads to track your location and app use - UW (6027 bytes) (2017-10-19)
  • The Latest Scandals Show Why Facebook Is Invincible - Jeremy Bowman (4733 bytes) (2017-10-02)
  • Quantum machine learning - ICFO-The Institute of Photonic Sciences (5242 bytes) (2017-09-27)
  • Wikipedia used to give AI context clues - Brigham Young University (3977 bytes) (2017-09-27)
  • How old does your computer think you are? - Jayant Jagtap (1854 bytes) (2017-09-27)
  • New non-contact, remote biometric tool could be next advance in computer securit - University at Buffalo (3479 bytes) (2017-09-26)
  • Twitter bots for good: Study reveals how information spreads on social media - University of Southern California (3644 bytes) (2017-09-26)
  • p~pGaydarp~p shows just how creepy computer algorithms can get - Cathy Op~pNeil (3825 bytes) (2017-09-26)
  • How neural networks think - Larry Hardesty (6733 bytes) (2017-09-13)
  • Decision systems that respect privacy, fairness - Vidya Palepu (2919 bytes) (2017-09-13)
  • Source code of award-winning knowledge base is now available for everyone - Saarland University (5661 bytes) (2017-09-07)
  • ‘Factory of the future’: N.B. researcher to study 3D-printing powered by thought - Adina Bresge (4754 bytes) (2017-09-06)
  • Algorithms can write fake reviews that humans rate as p~~phelpfulp~~p - Yuanshun Yao (3449 bytes) (2017-09-06)
  • Google Is Imagining the Next Level of Artificial Intelligence - Danny Vena (4624 bytes) (2017-09-03)
  • Solve a p~pSimplep~p Chess Puzzle, Win $1 Million - David (1365 bytes) (2017-09-03)
  • Dating? A magic formula to predict attraction is more elusive than ever - University of Utah (3618 bytes) (2017-08-30)

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