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Samsung to open artificial intelligence centre in Toronto

Toronto - Samsung Research America has declared it will open a state-of-the-art artificial intelligence center in Toronto. This forms part of a new venture to tap into and contribute to the flourishing artificial intelligence industry.

Want to know about AI? There’s a course for that

It’s hard to avoid discussion about artificial intelligence these days and each day brings a new article about the latest application. For those wishing to no more about the emerging technology, a new course has been launched.

Samsung set to open AI research lab in Cambridge

Tech giant Samsung is opening an AI research lab in Cambridge. The move to do this has been welcomed by British Prime Minister Theresa May, but there's concern over a mass funnelling of graduates out of academic AI research.

Making use of artificial intelligence for early cancer diagnosis

London - The British government has announced ambitious plans to prevent an estimated 22,000 cancer deaths by 2033, through the use of artificial intelligence to predict those individuals at greater risk of developing the disease.

Op-Ed: AVATAR AI Virtual border guards — Backed by Homeland Security

San Diego - Yep, virtual border agents, kiosks using AI and acting as lie detectors are already well advanced. Thrilled so far? It gets a lot weirder. The sheer level of faith in the idea is stranger than the tech.

Google microscope uses AI and AR for cancer detection

Google has launched a new product from its health arm. This is a microscope that uses artificial intelligence and augmented reality to assist with the detection of certain types of cancer in real-time.

Most artificial intelligence is 'inherently biased'

Manchester - Artificial intelligence remains in its early phase, yet it will become an increasing part of business and everyday life. The 'intelligence' will contain the social biases of those who control its development, says a new report. This needs to be addressed.

New Google News app uses AI in real-time

The Google I/O conference this year had some pretty big announcements, one of the biggest having to do with Google News.

Detecting cholera risk using artificial intelligence

Researchers have used an artificial intelligence platform to study the microorganisms of the human gut as a way of assessing risks during cholera epidemics. The analysis showed one hundred types of microbes can determine susceptibility to cholera.

Sophia the robot claims she wants to help not harm humans

Toronto - Sophia, a robot clad in an elegant black dress, appeared at the Ontario Centres of Excellence's Discovery conference at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. She cracked jokes, talked about her travels and discussed the future of artificial intelligence.

Facebook continues to invest heavily in AI

With the announcement that they're opening two new AI labs, Facebook continues to cement themselves as a leader in AI research.

Deep learning computer vision improves autonomous cars: Interview Special

Allegro.AI sees a huge opportunity for deep learning computer vision, which can be used in autonomous cars and many other devices that need to process and learn huge datasets to make immediate decisions. Nir Bar-Lev, CEO of Allegro.AI explains how.

Using AI to speed drug discovery

Toronto - A new healthcare startup venture, formed from University of Toronto researchers, has raised sufficient capital to begin developing a program to assess existing research in order to speed up new medicinal drug discovery.

AI and blockchain can counteract soaring drug prices

The rising cost of pharmaceuticals is a concern for people in all parts of the world, leading to some to forecast the spiralling costs are unsustainable. New technologies may hold the answer for controlling prices, according to GlobalData.

A social robot can deliver a motivational interview

Plymouth - To answer the question "could robots be counselors?", early research suggest yes, with advances in artificial intelligence, as initial studies show a positive user experience.

Facebook is training AI to answer questions like humans do

Facebook uses images, some of them may be yours, to train AI for a variety of applications. They’re expanding upon this to make the machines more human when they answer questions about those images, and even training machines to take action.

Artificial intelligence research is ramping up around the world

As AI becomes a more pervasive force within private and public life, key players around the globe are dedicating resources to the implementation of this disruptive technology.

The future of AI depends on who’s at the table

A new report from Canada’s Brookfield Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship about AI’s implications for policy makers found that, to be successful in implementing AI in government, a diversity in conversation must happen.

Applying AI to business challenges: Interview Special

Artificial intelligence is impacting on a range of businesses and professions, moving from something niche to an activity that is part and parcel of everyday operations. Dr. Khalid Al-Kofahi, of Thomson Reuters, provides some insights.

Essential Science: 'Face recognition' for galaxies

Artificial intelligence is bringing new tools to astronomy, in terms of machine intelligence being deployed to detect and recognizes interstellar objects. The most sophisticated form is a 'face recognition' for galaxies.

AI that detects cardiac arrests in real-time

Corti is an artificial intelligence platform that uses machine learning to provide emergency medical personnel with life-saving diagnostic assistance. A new pilot study has been launched in Europe to assess cardiac arrests.

AI that makes road maps from aerial images

An artificial intelligence tool has been designed to makes road maps from aerial images. Many of the roads of the world have yet to be digitized, and the new platform accelerates this process.

How A.I. could increase the risk of nuclear war by 2040

Artificial intelligence (AI) could potentially result in a nuclear war by 2040, according to a research paper by a U.S. think tank, Rand Corporation.

Future AI: Predicting your needs and guiding your actions Special

Imagine knowing if a customer is going to abandon your app, giving you the opportunity to offer them a deal, or guiding them through your app before that happens? This future state of AI is not far away, according to Omer Rabin of WalkMe.

AI tool for GDPR compliance

A new artificial intelligence solution has been developed to help companies keep control over the requirement of the forthcoming European GDPR regulation. The software is called the MinerEye Data Tracker.

Platform to make machine learning easier for software developers

Bellevue - A new artificial intelligence platform has been launched, designed to make machine learning more accessible to any software developer. The focus is on developing machine learning applications for businesses.

Bankers says AI will be your newest coworker

A new report looking at trends in banking has found that 84 percent of respondents stated they are increasingly using data for automated decision-making. However, a sizable number recognize that this expansion comes with risks.

How artificial intelligence is influencing drug discovery

The drive for new medications addresses patient need and is the motor that keeps the pharmaceutical sector turning. To accelerate the drug discovery process, pharmaceutical organizations are turning to artificial intelligence.

Managing cybersecurity in the age of artificial intelligence

Regardless of if it's computational propaganda, or fake news and videos, or private data leaks, artificial intelligence has increasingly become a real global security challenge.

What smartphone AI will mean for you

Smartphones have changed the way consumers interact with technology and the way businesses communicate out to consumers. The addition of artificial intelligence to the smartphone is set to change relationships further.
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