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How Spotify Uses Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, and Machine Learning
Besides its attractive monthly price, Spotify listeners are most generally sustained by the platform’s diverse streaming options which include hand-picked songs, full album listens, personal playlists, and virtual radio stations.
Top 10 Artificial Intelligence Technologies Making a Breakthrough in 2021
Analytics Insight has listed the top 10 AI technologies that are taking innovation to next level in 2021 Artificial intelligence is the technological blow that took the world by storm. Henceforth, Analytics Insight has listed the top 10 AI technologies that are taking innovation to next level in...
Applied use cases
We created AlphaGo, a computer program that combines advanced search tree with deep neural networks. During the games, AlphaGo played several inventive winning moves, several of which - including move 37 in game two - were so surprising that they upended hundreds of years of wisdom. Playing the...
NY Times AI Reporter Cade Metz on His New Book, “Genius Makers”
Episode Highlights from Machine Meets World This week’s guest is Cade Metz, New York Times AI reporter and author of the new book Genius Makers: The Mavericks Who Brought A.I. “And yet at the same time, these same folks are pushing the technology forward so quickly, they’re not paying attention, I...
Black Tech Employees Rebel Against ‘Diversity Theater’
Last summer, tech companies including Amazon, Google, and Pinterest joined a corporate chorus of support for Black Lives Matter in the aftermath of George Floyd’s killing. She described the company’s Black Lives Matter statement as “a moment of violent hypocrisy.”
New approach needed to address bias in machine learning and AI systems, say Oxford legal and AI ethics experts
Published: 8 March 2021 News Release New approach needed to address bias in machine learning and AI systems, say Oxford legal and AI ethics experts Professor Sandra Wachter and Dr Brent Mittelstadt, leading experts in ethics and law from the Oxford Internet Institute (OII), University of Oxford, and...
Klara and the Sun Imagines a Social Schism Driven by AI
Klara and the Sun Imagines a Social Schism Driven by AI The Nobel Prize–winning novelist Kazuo Ishiguro talks to WIRED about AI, Crispr, and his hopes for humanity. These enhanced, or “lifted,” humans create a social schism, dividing people into an elite ruling order and an underclass of the...
30 Women in Norway Changing the field of Artificial Intelligence
Anne Schistad Solberg Professor in the Research Group for Digital Signal Processing and Image Analysis, Department of Informatics — UiO Anne Solberg brings an understanding of image analysis that is hard to match.
Towards a Taxonomy of Emotional Expressions in Human-Robot Interactions
The most frequent discrete affect states used by robots in HRI settings are disgust, sad, surprise, anger, disgust, fear, sad, happy, surprise, and neutral.
Meet Moxie, the robot that could be your child’s or parent’s new best friend
Consumer robots aren’t really a thing yet, but some specialized robots are starting to edge toward the mainstream. One of those is a big-eyed little robot named Moxie, which its maker, Pasadena, California-based Embodied, designed to be an emotionally intelligent friend to a child.
Robots that feel by seeing
At ETH Zurich, in the group led by Prof. Raffaello D’Andrea at the Institute for Dynamic Systems and Control, we have developed a tactile sensing principle that allows robots to retrieve rich contact feedback from their interactions with the environment.
Learning visuomotor policies for autonomous systems from event-based cameras
Pairing the data streams from low-level sensors like event cameras with reinforcement learning leads to fast, instinctive, and redundant perception-action loops, which could result in autonomous systems that are able to reason quickly and safely about their surroundings.
Aiming advances in AI at biomedical search
Today, we’re announcing the availability of Microsoft Biomedical Search, a research prototype that enables searchers to query biomedical literature with natural language queries rather than keywords.
Facebook’s New AI Teaches Itself to See With Less Human Help
Facebook’s New AI Teaches Itself to See With Less Human Help Most image recognition algorithms require lots of labeled pictures. The company built an algorithm that learned to recognize objects in images with little help from labels. LeCun pioneered the machine learning approach known as deep...