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DeepMind's Losses and the Future of Artificial Intelligence
DeepMind, likely the world’s largest research-focused artificial intelligence operation, is losing a lot of money fast, more than $1 billion in the past three years.
Applied use cases
Amazon is developing high-tech surveillance tools for America's police.
That has allowed the company to build “a fortress of cloud deals” that include police departments, federal law enforcement, national intelligence agencies and immigration authorities.
This High-Tech Solution to Disaster Response May Be Too Good to Be True
T.J. McDonald, who works for Seattle’s office of emergency management, reviewed a simulated earthquake on the company’s damage prediction platform, he spotted problems.
Major Challenges for Machine Learning Projects
Understand the limits of contemporary machine learning technology Many companies face the challenge of educating customers on the possible applications of their innovative technology.
Human-Robot Interaction and Empathy with Kate Darling
Today we’re joined by Dr. Kate Darling, Research Specialist at the MIT Media Lab.
Malta's Artificial Intelligence guiding principles up for consultation
The Malta Ethical AI Framework document sets out the guiding principles and requirements which will serve as the basis for AI-related projects in Malta.
The future of rescue robotics
Nicola Nosengo Current research is aligned with the need of rescue workers but robustness and ease of use remain significant barriers to adoption, NCCR Robotics researchers find after reviewing the field and consulting with field operators.
Inflatable Robot Astronauts and How to Control Them
Often, it’s simply the case that great expense in producing a humanoid robot that can perform dozens of tasks quite badly is less appropriate than producing some other design that’s optimized to a specific situation.