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  • The robot revolution is just beginning - Sanjit Dang (5124 bytes) (2018-06-06)
  • Artificial intelligence can recognize you by the way you walk - Chris Smith (2116 bytes) (2018-06-01)
  • Google Hasn’t Killed Attribution Modeling – It Never Really Worked To Begin With - Melbourne Business School (5308 bytes) (2018-06-01)
  • AI researchers design p~pprivacy filterp~p for your photos - University of Toronto Faculty of Applied (3331 bytes) (2018-06-01)
  • Samsung experts say 2018 QLED TV’s blacks may be different, but still ‘perfect’ - Song Su-hyun (3560 bytes) (2018-05-29)
  • Laptop, phone, whatever. The next watershed moment will finally unify them all - Luke Larsen (10909 bytes) (2018-05-29)
  • Garbage In, Garbage Out: machine learning has not repealed the iron law of compu - Cryteria, (5407 bytes) (2018-05-29)
  • Nuclear Physicists Leap Into Quantum Computing With First Simulations of Atomic - Oak Ridge (5647 bytes) (2018-05-29)
  • JPEG vs. PNG: When and why to use one format over the other - Gannon Burgett (8118 bytes) (2018-05-25)
  • Who’s developing quantum computers? - James A. Martin (2815 bytes) (2018-05-25)
  • Humans fight back against robots mining personal finance data - Silla Brush (4488 bytes) (2018-05-25)
  • Thanks To AI, A 3rd Person Is Arrested Following A Pop Superstarp~ps Concert - Andrew Flanagan (4106 bytes) (2018-05-25)
  • 5 Innovative Ways Artificial Intelligence Is Advancing Technology - Jonathan Long (1881 bytes) (2018-05-25)
  • Scheme to hire foreign IT talents under fire - Jane Cheung (2791 bytes) (2018-05-15)
  • What banks can do to avoid drowning in data - Bryan Yurcan (4203 bytes) (2018-05-15)
  • Algorithms are coming for their jobs, so workers are teaching themselves algorit - Tracey Lien (8734 bytes) (2018-05-15)
  • Edge computing and the importance of open infrastructure - Ildiko Vancsa (6601 bytes) (2018-05-15)
  • Facebook says it removed 583 million fake accounts - Bloomberg (4170 bytes) (2018-05-15)
  • RBC artificial intelligence lab eyes computer vision initiative - Tyler Orton (4309 bytes) (2018-05-08)
  • DJI partners up with Microsoft to give drones A.I. superpowers - Hillary Grigonis (2892 bytes) (2018-05-07)
  • How Facebook fired workers who blocked p~pfake newsp~p — p~pAfter the Factp~p bo - Nathan Bomey (7141 bytes) (2018-05-07)
  • The Tragic Crack in Artificial Intelligence - James P. Pinkerton (8887 bytes) (2018-05-03)
  • Elon Musk’s fears that artificial intelligence will destroy humanity are ‘specie - jasper hamillJasper Hamill (3122 bytes) (2018-05-03)
  • New AI algorithm can accurately diagnose cause of childhood blindness - JAMA (3991 bytes) (2018-05-03)
  • How Artificial Intelligence Will Help Viewers Identify Royal Wedding Guests - Carolyn Giardina (2425 bytes) (2018-05-03)
  • US-China trade talks center on rivalry over technology - GILLIAN WONG and KELVIN CHAN (7569 bytes) (2018-05-03)
  • Trump administration accelerates military study of artificial intelligence - Matt Stroud • R. Jeffrey Smith (4415 bytes) (2018-05-01)
  • Pentagon challenges Uber, Waymo in race over self-driving vehicles - Daniel Flatley (6641 bytes) (2018-05-01)
  • AI Revives In-Memory Processors - Rick Merritt (2533 bytes) (2018-05-01)
  • Chinese firms use p~pmind-readingp~p devices to monitor workersp~p emotions - JAMIE FULLERTON (1630 bytes) (2018-05-01)
  • Computer scientists discover longest line you can sail without hitting land - Shane McGlaun (1667 bytes) (2018-05-01)
  • Artificial intelligence in action - Meg Murphy (5920 bytes) (2018-04-25)
  • Building AI systems that make fair decisions - Rachel Gordon (6977 bytes) (2018-04-25)
  • New study shows wearable technology also contributes to distracted driving - University of Texas at San Antonio (2922 bytes) (2018-04-25)
  • NYU Shanghai and NYU Stern to Jointly Offer One-Year Master of Science Programs - NYU (5351 bytes) (2018-04-25)
  • Prof says hep~pll grade students on a curve, so they organize a boycott of the e - Zack Budryk (1990 bytes) (2018-04-25)
  • Mark Zuckerberg, FOSTA-SESTA, and the Challenges of Content Moderation - Sarah Altschuller (2592 bytes) (2018-04-23)
  • NIST seeks industry help to secure tiny IoT medical devices - Joseph Goedert (2777 bytes) (2018-04-23)
  • Artificial intelligence is too powerful to be left to tech giants - Hemant Taneja (6385 bytes) (2018-04-23)
  • Algorithms on social media may be discriminating - Augustin Chaintreau (2318 bytes) (2018-04-23)
  • Artificial intelligence will wipe out half the banking jobs in a decade - Kevin Smith (4302 bytes) (2018-04-23)

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