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Op-Ed: New Chrome AI custom app Tune hides toxic comments

Mountain View - A new open source Chrome app called Tune has been developed by Alphabet/Google subsidiary Jigsaw. It hides and moderates toxic social media comments using machine learning techniques.

Machine learning is transforming the pharma sector

In the U.S., drug companies spend more than $50 billion on R&D, while in Europe spending surpasses €30 billion. To help lower costs and to reduce the time taken for new drugs to hit the market, the pharmaceutical sector is turning to machine learning.

Letting an AI go 'to sleep' enhances its performance

An artificial intelligence has been programmed so that it enters into 'sleep mode' with the aim of enhancing performance. The process is based on a mathematical model.

Artificial intelligence trends to watch in 2019

How will artificial intelligence, overall, and its important subdivision – machine learning – develop over the next year? A new report from CB Insights charts the key emerging trends focusing on business applications.

Artificial intelligence trends to watch in 2019

How will artificial intelligence, overall, and its important subdivision – machine learning – develop over the next year? A new report from CB Insights charts the key emerging trends focusing on business applications.

Op-Ed: How artificial intelligence will redesign the world

Sydney - The mega-hype surrounding artificial intelligence includes geopolitical, social, economic and many other factors. It's starting to look, however, like artificial intelligence will spring more than a few unexpected surprises on the world, and soon.

Can machine learning predict how long you will live for?

There's an important difference between biological age and chronological age. People can be 'older' or 'younger' biologically, which affects life expectancy. Machine learning can help to assess this difference.

Review: Hello World, just how far should we trust machines? Special

Computers were developed as tools, then they became our toys. Now they are all around us, increasingly involved in the our daily lives and beginning to make decisions. In the book 'Hello World', Hannah Fry attempts to make sense of it all.

AI program aims to power-up medical research

A new venture called the Open aiForward program has called upon medical researchers to ‘power up’ and advance research into new medicines and diseases using artificial intelligence for no additional cost.

Why machine intelligence sometimes gives crazy answers

Bethesda - Machine intelligence has developed considerably in recent years. However, sometimes even the most sophisticated platforms give nonsensical answers. A research team have been delving into the ‘black box’ of AI to find out why.

AI ethics center launched to assess machine bias

The advances of artificial intelligence together with machine learning into greater areas of life requires a review of the ethical and human-facing implications, according to the University of Guelph. A new hub has been launched to address such issues.

Robots in the field - Agriculture embraces autonomous technology

Faced with seesawing commodity prices and the pressure to be more efficient and environmentally friendly, farmer Jamie Butler is trying out a new worker on his 450-acre farm in England's Hampshire countryside. "Tom" is a small four-wheeled robot.

Strong state of artificial intelligence in the U.K.

London - A new report into artificial intelligence in the U.K. assesses the current state of play and it identifies the key players. The report concludes that Britain has necessary resources, as well as the industrial will, to develop gold standards for AI.

UBC grads turn floor-cleaning machines into self-driving robots

A Vancouver company founded by three University of British Columbia graduates has developed a technology that transforms conventional floor cleaning machines into self-driving robots, which suck up grime and polish the floors.

Machine learning insight into how flies see the world

Toronto - The fruit fly (Drosophila melanogaster) occupies a world where it senses the environment through touch and smell. What isn’t clear is the extent that the fly visually interprets the world. To explore this, researchers have turned to machine learning.

AI Safety: 10 things to consider

Artificial intelligence is mostly presented as a force for good, making lives easier, aiding decisions and cutting down on the mundane aspects of life. There are some potential downsides, however, as picked out by science site Risk Bites.

Q&A: How will AI reshape society? Special

What is the future trajectory of artificial intelligence? Does AI need a moral and ethical framework? If so, should this be shaped by regulation? Expert Harry Glaser provides his thoughts.

Soaring like birds, AI-equipped glider learns to use air currents

Poway - Large birds like the albatross or eagles seem to stay aloft for hours, not always flapping their wings - but using air currents. Scientists are now using artificial intelligence to learn their tricks, hoping they can teach aircraft to do the same.

First autonomous, free-flying and agile flapping-wing robot

A novel flying robot has been developed which can mimic rapid insect flight. The machine is presented as the world's first autonomous, free-flying and agile flapping-wing robot.

Essential Science: Machine learning predicts metabolism

London - Researchers are testing out machine learning algorithms which can make a prediction about yeast metabolism based on an assessment of the yeast protein content. This insight will aid scientists to personalize treatments for metabolic disorder patients.

Researchers develop AI platform to detect cancer group

A research group have applied artificial intelligence to assess how cancers can progress and evolve. The aim is to enable medics to use personalized treatments for individual patients, thereby boosting survival rates.

AI systems are 'only as good as the data we put into them'

"Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems are only as good as the data we put into them," notes a recent IBM article on human bias in AI systems.

Winning Customers with AI, Machine Learning and IoT

The following article is sponsored by Cognizant. Cognizant (Nasdaq: CTSH) is dedicated to helping the world’s leading companies build stronger businesses — helping them go from doing digital to being digital.

Improved security for cloud-based machine learning

Boston - Through a new approach involving the combination of two encryption techniques, researchers have strengthened the security that protects private data, while also enabling neural networks to run quickly.

AI for Good competition launched

The company Neurala has called for submissions for its “AI for Good” competition. The aim is to draw together technologically inclined humanitarians to help tackle real-world challenges, such as identifying missing children and combating animal poachi

Robots can significantly influence children's opinions

Plymouth - New research has shown how robots have the power to significantly influence children's opinions, with children being far more open to influence than adults after interacting with a machine.

Machine learning method for robots to see into the near future

The first machine learning method capable of accurate extrapolation has been developed. The importance of this is that will provide robots with any ability to make predictions about future events based on limited data.

Q&A: Applying neuroscientific principles to AI Special

Starmind, the Zurich-based company working to apply neuroscientific principles to AI, has announced its technologies will now be available through a desktop app. Marc Vontobel, Founder and CTO of Starmind looks at what's special about this type of AI.

Essential Science: The computer that can look into the future

A computer program has been developed that can look five minutes into the future. The artificial intelligence was developed at the University of Bonn, and it appears to be able to accurately predict future actions.

France and Canada collaborate on ethical AI

Toronto - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and French President Emmanuel Macron have made a commitment to engage experts across all areas of research to better understand how to develop artificial intelligence technologies that benefit all.
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