Category: artificial intelligence

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Teaching Computers How to Smell: A Unique AI Strategy

Teaching Computers How to Smell: A Unique AI Strategy

For the first part of this post click here. The professor of informatics working at the University of Sussex, Thomas Nowotny, has recently mana
An AI Strategy That Can Mimic How The Brain Learns to Smell

An AI Strategy That Can Mimic How The Brain Learns to Smell

Researchers in the field of artificial intelligence commonly base their new machine learning techniques on how the actual visual system manages to
China Remains Adamant: Democracy is Bad. Data is Good.

China Remains Adamant: Democracy is Bad. Data is Good.

In the previous post, we talked about how the government in China had planned to manage and control the Chinese people through advanced technologi
Does China Believe in Data Rather Than Democracy?

Does China Believe in Data Rather Than Democracy?

Word is out. China rules its people by utilizing artificial intelligence, data and internet surveillance. There is no room for democracy t
Want to See Around Corners: Algorithms Can Help

Want to See Around Corners: Algorithms Can Help

Researchers in the field of computer vision have recently managed to uncover a whole world of various visual signals which are hiding in our surro
Weaponized AI: How Artificial Intelligence Researchers Should Act

Weaponized AI: How Artificial Intelligence Researchers Should Act

There is a general consensus among the security community that artificial intelligence researchers should not just walk away from military project
AI Security: Robots Are Coming To Make Friends With Soldiers

AI Security: Robots Are Coming To Make Friends With Soldiers

Researchers working at the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University and the United States Army Research Laboratory have managed to develop
AI Robot Hands Can Now Study A Hundred Years To Rotate A Cube

AI Robot Hands Can Now Study A Hundred Years To Rotate A Cube

Dactyl successfully learned complex physical tasks by using reinforcement-learning algorithms and then practicing those in a VR environment. Re
Facial Recognition Bias is a Big Problem: Lawmakers Must Move

Facial Recognition Bias is a Big Problem: Lawmakers Must Move

Amazon, as a company, has a bit of an addiction when it comes to touting its own consumer products. That is especially true in the case of the
White Men Okay, Black Women Not: The Problem With Photo Algorithms

White Men Okay, Black Women Not: The Problem With Photo Algorithms

Facial recognition technology has come a long way from its early days. It is not more pervasive than ever. More and more consumer products
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