The AI Index 2018 report is out, and if you’re interested in AI enough to read this newsletter, you really should read the report through for yourself. Maybe it’s the nerdy thing you do when lounging family
In the 19th century, cold rinses and days-long baths became a way to treat—and control—psychiatric patients. The 19th century was a time of great innovation in plumbing. Cities got the first modern sewers,
Artificial intelligence (AI) that can synthesize realistic three-dimensional object models isn’t as far-fetched as it might seem. In a paper (“Visual Object Networks: Image Generation with Disentangled
Most people don’t use the word algorithm every day. Many think it refers to lines of code or the latest Diplo beat. Yet, algorithms are ubiquitous and there is an increasing urgency of action around them.
Graph databases — also known as graph-oriented databases — use graph structures for semantic queries, with nodes, edges, and properties representing and storing data. They’re a type of non-relational that
It could understand the world without the usual hassles of teaching AI. When you teach language to AI systems, you typically use annotations that describe how words work. But that's not practical in many
Many cultures tend to praise modesty and humility. But new research has revealed that the tendency to feel, and show, pride evolved for a reason – and plays a key role even today. Pride is the downfall