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  • Experts warn of ‘malicious’ AI being used for future cyber attacks
  • Artificial intelligence is everywhere, watching almost all modern-day human beha
  • Latest in cybercrime: Your infected computer enslaved to earn digital currency
  • Researchers develop the first model to capture crosstalk in social dilemmas
  • New intelligent system learns from simple problems to solve complex ones
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  • electronics

  • The latest weapon in the fight against potholes?
  • Neural networks everywhere
  • Better together: Silicon qubits plus light add up to new quantum computing capab
  • Job One for Quantum Computers: Boost Artificial Intelligence
  • Sound waves used to advance optical communication
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  • industries

  • Life Coaching Guru Tony Robbins Tells Us Why He's Investing in an AI Company
  • Google hopes AI can predict heart disease by looking at retinas
  • Learn Computing Concepts With IKEA-Style Diagrams
  • Ready or Not, It's Time to Embrace AI
  • Google's app network quietly becomes huge growth engine
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  • education

  • Computer Science for All: Can Schools Pull It Off?
  • Lecturer will discuss artificial intelligence
  • Hot major on campus?
  • Commentary: The hidden value of learning how to code
  • Tech’s Ethical ‘Dark Side’: Harvard, Stanford and Others Want to Address It
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  • careers

  • Robots are taking all our jobs
  • By 2019, 20% of jobs in Jamaica may be done by artificial intelligence
  • US tax reform, long-term IT demand bode well for Montreal-based CGI
  • Here’s a tech problem to debug: Why are so few women in cybersecurity?
  • Replaced by robots - University professor warns of massive job losses when the f
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  • government

  • Why Trump Fired Back Against Old Sex Harassment Claim
  • Artificial Intelligence Raises Real Risks from Malicious Hackers
  • Artificial Intelligence Poses Questions for Nature of War
  • Quantum computer could have predicted Trump’s surprise election
  • Excellent explainer: how consensus algorithms work
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  • business

  • An Easy Guide to 'Crypto-Mining' the Market for What's Come to be Called p
  • Risky AI business: Navigating regulatory and legal dangers to come
  • 3 Ways Intelligent Automation Can Help Grow Your Business
  • Integrating Artificial Intelligence In The Real Estate World
  • Bitcoin miners are in a 'hash rate arms race'
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  • Computer Science for All: Can Schools Pull It Off?
  • Life Coaching Guru Tony Robbins Tells Us Why He's Investing in an AI Company
  • Why Trump Fired Back Against Old Sex Harassment Claim
  • Artificial intelligence is everywhere, watching almost all modern-day human beha
  • Experts warn of ‘malicious’ AI being used for future cyber attacks
  • Artificial Intelligence Raises Real Risks from Malicious Hackers
  • Hot major on campus?
  • Commentary: The hidden value of learning how to code
  • Lecturer will discuss artificial intelligence
  • Robots are taking all our jobs
  • Artificial Intelligence Poses Questions for Nature of War
  • Google hopes AI can predict heart disease by looking at retinas
  • Risky AI business: Navigating regulatory and legal dangers to come
  • An Easy Guide to 'Crypto-Mining' the Market for What's Come to be Called p
  • Quantum computer could have predicted Trump’s surprise election
  • The latest weapon in the fight against potholes?
  • Learn Computing Concepts With IKEA-Style Diagrams
  • Ready or Not, It's Time to Embrace AI
  • By 2019, 20% of jobs in Jamaica may be done by artificial intelligence
  • Better together: Silicon qubits plus light add up to new quantum computing capab
  • Neural networks everywhere
  • Google's app network quietly becomes huge growth engine
  • 3 Ways Intelligent Automation Can Help Grow Your Business
  • Excellent explainer: how consensus algorithms work
  • Bitcoin miners are in a 'hash rate arms race'
  • Who are ASI Data Science, the company behind the Government’s terror content blo
  • House OKs bill encouraging girls to explore computer science careers
  • Shopping cart trial set to change the way we shop by using artificial intelligen
  • Integrating Artificial Intelligence In The Real Estate World
  • Tech’s Ethical ‘Dark Side’: Harvard, Stanford and Others Want to Address It
  • Google hires former Samsung exec to coordinate Internet of Things projects
  • Almost half of CIOs plan to deploy artificial intelligence enterprise solutions
  • Stamford’s New Computer Science Track Responds to Demand
  • AI’s biggest risk factor: Data gone wrong
  • Latest in cybercrime: Your infected computer enslaved to earn digital currency
  • Job One for Quantum Computers: Boost Artificial Intelligence
  • China Leading Way With Facial-Recognition Eyewear for Police Read Full Article
  • New edge computing platform helps industry handle IIoT data
  • British watchdog tells algorithmic traders to tighten controls
  • Researchers develop the first model to capture crosstalk in social dilemmas
  • New intelligent system learns from simple problems to solve complex ones
  • AI computer vision breakthrough IDs poachers in less than half a second
  • Nowadays, everything is going digital. The photographs we once stored in photo a
  • Reddit bans “involuntary porn” made with artificial intelligence
  • Researchers develop new algorithms to train robots
  • Artificial intelligence is growing up fast—what's next for thinking machines?
  • Crowd workers, AI make conversational agents smarter
  • Sound waves used to advance optical communication
  • Quantum 'hack' to unleash computing power
  • Worm 'uploaded' to computer and taught amazing tricks Computer program or li
  • Love actually: Computer model may decode Facebook emoticons
  • Smartly containing the cloud
  • Senator warns about propaganda on YouTube
  • Why Linux is better than Windows or macOS for security
  • 6 use cases for blockchain in security
  • Russian hackers exploited weakness in U.S. cyberdefense: AP investigation
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