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An AI Company Scraped Billions of Photos For Facial Recognition. Regulators Can't Stop It
More and more privacy watchdogs around the world are standing up to Clearview AI, a U.S. company that has collected billions of photos from the internet without people’s permission.
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Gary Marcus criticises Elon Musk’s AGI prediction
Gary Marcus has criticised a prediction by Elon Musk that AGI (Artificial General Intelligence) will be achieved by 2029 and challenged him to a $100,000 bet.
Top 14 Promising AI Companies in the UK using AI for a Positive Impact
For the first time in UK history, artificial intelligence companies are making real progress toward solving significant problems, including environmentalism, and human rights.
Concordia research : Women in AI are still underrepresented
An analysis of two decades’ worth of professional data reveals a male-dominated field that is slowly opening up
Applied use cases
What Is AI? Understanding The Real-World Impact Of Artificial Intelligence
Six years after DeepMind's AlphaGo defeated a Go champion, what is the actual business impact of AI?
How Wayfair and Spotify use machine learning to engage customers
Armed with scores of data, Spotify and Wayfair use machine learning algorithms to make customers happy. Here’s how.
AI reskilling: A solution to the worker crisis
By 2025, the World Economic Forum estimates that 97 million new jobs may emerge as AI changes the nature of work and influences the new division of labor between humans, machines and algorithms.
Microsoft AI news: Making AI easier, simpler, more responsible
Today is a big day for AI announcements from Microsoft, both from this week’s Build conference and beyond.
AI’s trolley problem can lead us to surprising conclusions
Advances in robotics mean autonomous vehicles, industrial robots and medical robots will be more capable, independent and pervasive over the next 20 years.
Building Ethical Artificial Intelligence
Interview with Timnit Gebru to understand the boundaries of what AI can and can’t do.
China Grabs the Cobot Future
When you think industrial robots, you think Japan. When you think collaborative robots, you might think Europe. Think again, it’s China. According to Interact Analysis, China will own half the cobot market in the next two years.
A First Small Step Toward a Lego-Size Humanoid Robot
This line from the paper asking this question sums it up: “our goal with this project is to make miniature walking robots, as small as a LEGO Minifigure.
Robots that act collectively: when, and how? – #ICRA2022 Day 4 interview with K. Petersen, M. A. Olivares Mendez, and T. Kaiser (+ video digest)
The workshop Collective Robot Construction held on May 27 sketched the potential of robot cooperation for addressing relevant problems such as robot construction.
Evaluating Multimodal Interactive Agents
In this paper, we assess the merits of these existing evaluation metrics and present a novel approach to evaluation called the Standardised Test Suite (STS).
Content Moderation with Classify
The internet is dominated by user-generated content, which is a double-edged sword. While it provides an avenue for online platforms to grow and thrive, it is a bane for content moderators managing them.
PaddlePaddle / PaddleSpeech Public
PaddleSpeech is an open-source toolkit on PaddlePaddle platform for a variety of critical tasks in speech and audio, with the state-of-art and influential models.