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Elon Musk Has Fired Twitter’s ‘Ethical AI’ Team
As part of a wave of layoffs, the new CEO disbanded a group working to make Twitter’s algorithms more transparent and fair.
Modernizing with AI is no longer optional.
Artificial intelligence is discussed far and wide, but often misunderstood. Talkdesk has partnered with AI Ethicist and TikTok influencer, Paige Lord, to bring you an 8-part webinar series to see how critical AI is for the success of your business.
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Top Language Translation AI To Watch in 2022
Here are some of the top language translation AI-powered platforms to watch in 2022.
Sanofi Signs Latest Billion-Dollar AI Drug Discovery Deal
Sanofi announced its latest massive AI drug discovery deal with startup Insilico Medicine, worth up to $1.2 billion.
AI System to Leverage Social Media to Predict, Prevent Future Pandemics
Researchers at the University of California have received a $1 million grant to develop an AI-based early warning system that will examine social media posts to help predict future pandemics.
Applied use cases
This Implant Turns Brain Waves Into Words
A brain-computer interface deciphers commands intended for the vocal tract
New Go-Playing Trick Defeats World-Class Go AI—But Loses to Human Amateurs
Adversarial policy attacks blind spots in the AI—with broader implications than games.
This AI can Harness Sound to Reveal the Structure of Unseen Spaces
It's called a neural acoustic field model, and it can also consider what noises would sound like as you traveled through virtual reality.
[INTERVIEW] The EU Artificial Intelligence Act: 4 questions to Joanna Bryson
Joanna Bryson, Professor of Ethics and Technology at the Hertie School, agreed to answer the Chair’s questions and share some of her thoughts on this new regulation.
Operationalising AI Governance Through Ethics-Based Auditing : An Industry Case Study
Over 12 months, we observed and analysed the internal activities of AstraZeneca, a biopharmaceutical company, as it prepared for and underwent an ethics-based AI audit.
The Perils of AI in Academic Publishing
This essay aims to reflect on the potentially perilous implications of artificial intelligence in academic publishing.
How Can We Talk About Autonomous Weapons?
This article reflects on a fundamental question : can an automated weapons system be trusted to do what it’s expected to do?
Open Letter : General Purpose Robots Should not be Weaponized
The letter codifies internal policies we’ve had at Open Robotics since our inception and we think it captures the sentiments of much of the ROS community
AI Can Teach Robot Dogs Tricks for Cheap
Multiple rungs of AI training systems may lower the time-consuming, pricey hurdles for future robots.
3D Protein Structure Predictions Made by AI Could Boost Cancer Research and Drug Discovery
All in all, as the authors of the publication admit, "the application of AlphaFold2 [and the coming tools] will have a transformative impact in life sciences."
Series of Weekly Talks on the Impact of AI & Big Data
Series of weekly online talks featuring top scientists from academia and industry on how artiﬁcial intelligence, machine learning, and big data can lead to scientiﬁc breakthroughs with large-scale societal beneﬁt
ReAct: Synergizing Reasoning and Acting in Language Models
In this article the authors propose a general paradigm that combines reasoning and acting advances to enable language models to solve various language reasoning and decision making tasks.