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The Pentagon Inches Toward Letting AI Control Weapons
The Pentagon Inches Toward Letting AI Control Weapons Drills involving swarms of drones raise questions about whether machines could outperform a human operator in complex scenarios. The mission was just an exercise, organized by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, a blue-sky research...
A Step-by-Step Guide to Quality Training Data for Computer Vision
At Alegion, quality data is our top priority. Building a high-performing model takes time, money, technology, and a partner with expertise.
In this guide, we show you how to get the quality data you need, breaking it down into 4 phases and the significance of data quality metrics.
In The News
Emergence of Artificial Intelligence and how it is changing the world..!
Cognitive Computing : Cognitive computing algorithms try to mimic a human brain by analysing text/speech/images/objects in a manner that a human does and tries to give the desired output. Machine Learning : ML teaches a machine how to make inferences and decisions based on past...
How can Artificial Intelligence Assist in the Creation of Better Emails?
Creating Email Subject Lines on its Own Natural language generation (NLG) is a technique used by AI tools to write email subject lines that are better than those written by humans. Easily Customizing the Copy for Each Person Deep learning technology driven by AI produces copy that appeals to any...
Applied use cases
Advancing sports analytics through AI research
On these lines, Arrigo Sacchi, a successful Italian football coach and manager who never played professional football in his career, responded to criticism over his lack of experience with his famous quote when becoming a coach at Milan in 1987: “I never realised that to be a jockey you had to be a...
Why hasn’t Waymo expanded its driverless service? Here’s my theory
Last October, Waymo did something remarkable: the company launched a fully driverless commercial taxi service called Waymo One. And if Waymo has to master complex, chaotic environments to make its ride-hailing service profitable, then why not tackle the most chaotic, complex, and potentially...
Watch “The Artificial Intelligence Era: What will the future look like?”
Recently, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists — a media organization that “equips the public, policymakers, and scientists with the information needed to reduce man-made threats to our existence” and is famous for their Doomsday Clock — held a virtual program titled, “The Artificial Intelligence...
POLITICO AI: Decoded: AI.gov — US states move to ban facial recognition — AI and structural racism
A NEW AI WEBSITE IS BORN: A few weeks after the EU unveiled the world’s first AI law, the U.S. unveiled the world’s first… government AI website? The website will be run by the White House’s newly-created National Artificial Intelligence Initiative Office, or the NAIIO, whose job it is to coordinate...
Will Artificial Intelligence Shape Our Future?
The development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in particular, is set to re-shape the global economic and social landscape. Exponential growth in the power of technology means that the machines we will have in ten years time, will be well over 100 times more powerful than the ones we have today.
Managing the Risks of AI Research: Six Recommendations for Responsible Publication
The Partnership on AI’s (PAI) new white paper, “Managing the Risks of AI Research: Six Recommendations for Responsible Publication,” addresses one such question: Given AI’s potential for misuse, how can AI research be disseminated responsibly?
An artificial neural network to acquire grounded representations of robot actions and language
Deep neural networks have proved to be particularly good at acquiring representations of linguistic expressions, yet they typically need to be trained on large datasets including robot actions, linguistic descriptions and information about different environments.
Can Ultra-Sensitive Strain Sensors Be Made to Serve Advanced Robotics?
E-skin, robotic arms, and surgical robots can benefit from a new process that can customize strain sensors with more precision and accuracy. To achieve these results, researchers used MXenes, highly conductive carbon-based 2D materials, which allowed them to control the sensing performance of strain...
What’s New in Robotics? 05.05.2021
News briefs for the week take a look at a robot solution for retail out-of-stock’s massive $1 trillion inventory problem, smart robots sorting dumb trash, life-changing wearable robots for the knee and hand, a subsea robot that morphs between AUV and ROV, and speeding up novel chemical discoveries...
A Roadmap to Never-Ending Reinforcement Learning
Humans have a remarkable ability to continually learn and adapt to new scenarios over the duration of their lifetime (Smith & Gasser, 2005). This ability is referred to as never ending learning, also known as continual learning or lifelong learning. Never-ending learning is the constant development...
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Now DeepMind is using AI to transform football
Now, defending Premier League champions Liverpool have joined forces with DeepMind to explore the use of artificial intelligence in the football world. A paper by researchers at the two organisations, published today by the Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research, outlines some of the potential...