A.I. Systems Echo Biases They’re Fed, Putting Scientists on Guard
Nov 11, 2019Read More
Researchers say computer systems are learning from lots and lots of digitized books and news articles that could bake old attitudes into new technology.
AI Seeks the Perfect Employee
Nov 3, 2019Read More
Facebook highlights AI that converts 2D objects into 3D shapes
Oct 29, 2019Read More
AI And Cybersecurity: Plague Or Promise?
Oct 28, 2019Read More
Health leaders ramp up AI investments as confidence in the technology grows
Oct 10, 2019Read More
Administrative process improvements top the list of investment priorities, led by technologies to help automate business processes like administrative tasks or customer service.
Toronto's Pearson airport to use AI-powered technology to detect weapons
Oct 2, 2019Read More
Canada’s busiest airport will soon be using artificial intelligence-powered technology to detect weapons. The operator of Toronto’s Pearson International Airport says it has agreed to test the new system developed at an Ivy League American university and marketed by a B.C. company. Vancouver-based Liberty Defense Holdings Ltd. says the technology, known as Hexwave, can detect both metallic and non-metallic weapons ranging from guns and knives to explosives.
Why Facebook Views AR As Its Next Big Platform
Sep 28, 2019Read More
Smartphones are great, but they are not the future of communication. Big technology companies know this. That’s why, with the help of the company that makes Ray-Ban and Oakley sunglasses, Facebook wants to put artificial intelligence computers on your face, according to a CNBC report September 17.
Mount Sinai announces plans for BioMedical Engineering and Imaging Institute
Sep 23, 2019Read More
The Mount Sinai Health System in New York City announced Monday, Sept. 23, the creation of its new BioMedical Engineering and Imaging Institute (BMEII). The center, expected to be fully operational by early 2020, will focus on using Mount Sinai’s data for the development of new solutions related to medical imaging, nanomedicine, AI, robotics, sensors and more. At least nine researchers and their teams will be invited to work within the BMEII.
The future of image recognition technology is deep learning
Sep 16, 2019Read More
Compared to typical machine learning, deep learning works by building neural networks that simulate the mechanism of the human brain and then interpreting and analyzing data, such as image, video and text.
AI Companies Raise More Money Across Fewer Rounds
Sep 9, 2019Read More
In the startup world, it seems like everyone wants to either be an artificial intelligence company or throw money at one. That was true several years ago, and it still holds true today. However, the funding dynamics have changed some.
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Issue 20 - As the COVID-19 pandemic increases the need for touchless environments, from frontline workers to everyday commerce, robotics takes center stage.
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