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Designing robots is a finicky process, requiring an exhaustive amount of thought and care.
In a paper presented at a NeurIPS workshop last December, a group of researchers from the University of Tokyo and Preferred Networks experimented with building mobile robots out of a couple of generic servos...
A research team in Germany has now discovered an unexpected reason why: While humans pay attention to the shapes of pictured objects, deep learning computer vision algorithms routinely latch on to the objects’ textures instead.
One thing I’ve noticed GPT-2 doing is coming up with names that sound strangely like the names of self-aware AI spaceships in Iain M. Banks’s Culture novels.
THE CHILD chess prodigy who created a computer that outplays human grandmasters explains how games are a testing ground for algorithms and what real-world challenges he hopes to tackle with artificial intelligence.
Advances in artificial intelligence pose a myriad of ethical questions