Researchers have been making massive ‘jaw-dropping’ strides in robotics lately. We’re already aware of Sophia, the ‘almost human’ robot created by former Disney Imagineer David Hanson, that can inspire
Lessons learned from recent academic progress and industry adoption of AI A few years ago, it was hard to find anyone to have a serious discussion about Artificial Intelligence (AI) outside academic institutions.
Artificial intelligence immensely helps to accentuate the growth and development index, it utilizes data models (as part of primary and secondary data sources) and makes decisions based on the input data
Machine learning algorithms have a fatal flaw: They’re costly to fine-tune (in terms of time and resources) from scratch for specific apps. Some automated approaches attempt to expedite the process by
‘This road is literally being paved as we’re walking on it’ AI is capable of making music, but does that make AI an artist? As AI begins to reshape how music is made, our legal systems are going to be
Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt and Tesla CEO Elon Musk are on the same page when it comes to creating and executing ethical AI systems that won’t harm humans. Now, the “whole industry” is on board because
Turns out after they’ve been trained on enormous datasets, algorithms can not only tell what a picture is such as knowing a cat is a cat but can also generate absolutely original images. The artificial
(CNN) — A rural farmer in Tanzania hovers over a wilting cassava plant with her phone. In seconds she gets a diagnosis of the disease affecting her plant and how best to manage it to boost her production.
The Chinese government has drawn wide international condemnation for its harsh crackdown on ethnic Muslims in its western region, including holding as many as a million of them in detention camps. Now,
When I walked through Google’s AI labs in 2015, executives boasted about how research was the lifeblood of its burgeoning AI products. John Giannandrea, who was at the time Google’s head of engineering,
Artist Ben Snell says he wanted give his sculpture control over the systems that created it AI art is having a moment. There are record-breaking auctions, artistic controversies, and debates about the
Humans have scribbled likenesses of people, places, and things for tens of thousands of years, as evidenced by the walls and ceilings of Chauvet Cave in France and subterranean passageways in Borneo. AI