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Let Jaguar take the wheel: The AI steering wheel is ming soon

Let Jaguar take the wheel: The AI steering wheel is ming soon The company wants this device to be more than just a regular ol’ driving wheel, they want it to be your friend.This steering wheel concept is meant to live in the user's home and over time become a trusted companion.

Paging Dr. AI: Neural Network Invents Disturbing Diseases

Paging Dr. AI: Neural Network Invents Disturbing Diseases Research scientist and Internet goddess Janelle Shane trained her artificial intelligence platform on 3,765 common medical conditions—with hilarious results.“Given enough examples of real-world diseases, a neural network should be able to invent enough plausible-sounding syndromes to satisfy any hypochondriac,” Shane wrote in a blog post.

AI-Generated Reviews Fool Users, Embrace Fake News

AI-Generated Reviews Fool Users, Embrace Fake News Researchers at the University of Chicago trained an artificial intelligence system to generate fake Web reviews.According to their paper, the key difference between human- and machine-penned reviews is the quality of writing: broken grammar, misspellings, and lack of context make critiques sound fake.

Elon Musk is wrong about AI

Elon Musk is wrong about AI Elon Musk is a genius — a whirling dervish of intense mental and real-world activity who, apparently, can't stop worrying about AI.It's the "competition for AI superiority" that could lead to World War III.

Creative Assembly: Early stage specialism is what studios look for

Creative Assembly: Early stage specialism is what studios look for In this interview, she discusses her journey from enthusiastic gamer to working on one of the industry's most respected strategy franchises.biz Career Fair, where Creative Assembly will be on hand to meet people interested in working in the games industry.

MIT Algorithm Reads Your Face to Detect Pain

MIT Algorithm Reads Your Face to Detect Pain and Elliot refer to an “archaic” chart—illustrated expressions in varying degrees of pain—to gauge a patient’s discomfort.In a paper published last month, MIT scientists describe a two-stage hierarchical learning algorithm called DeepFaceLIFT (Learning Important Features).

IBM is pouring $240 million into a new AI research lab at MIT

IBM is pouring $240 million into a new AI research lab at MIT On Thursday, IBM and the Massachusetts Institute for Technology (MIT) announced a new $240 million research center called the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab that's focused, at least in part, on how new  hardware can help energize and grow AI technologies.The physics of AI is a critical area of study for the lab, said MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab co-chair Dario Gil in an email exchange with Mashable.

John Deere Spent $305M on Robot Farming Firm

John Deere Spent $305M on Robot Farming Firm With its latest acquisition, Deere & Company wants to prove old heavy-equipment manufacturers can still learn new tricks.The John Deere brand owner this week announced plans to purchase robotics firm Blue River Technology for $305 million.

Lots of strange stories, new life, and Dutch (DN)

Lots of strange stories, new life, and Dutch (DN) "The situation is serious," Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said when asked about looting, adding authorities were being hampered in their efforts to deal with it as communications were cut off when Hurricane Irma roared through on Wednesday."I can't deny there are some weapons around," he added, adding in some areas the situation remained "grim" and the atmosphere was tense.

Microsoft, Facebook Unveil Open Standard for AI, Deep Learning Networks

Microsoft, Facebook Unveil Open Standard for AI, Deep Learning Networks As AI and deep learning have gone mainstream, a wide range of companies have announced they’ll bring compatible products to market.But the software that runs on deep learning and AI-specific hardware is still typically a custom solution developed by individual companies.

Facial recognition could soon be used to identify masked protesters

Facial recognition could soon be used to identify masked protesters We're not there yet, but researchers are slowly and steadily making highly-controversial steps in this direction.Stressing that the paper "isn't that great", Tufekci nonetheless points out that it's the direction that's worrying, as oppressive and authoritarian states could use the tool to stifle dissent and expose anonymous protesters.

Artificial Intelligence makes anti-malware solutions more effective

Artificial Intelligence makes anti-malware solutions more effective Among the products tested by iT-CUBE, there were two groups, as mentioned: NGES products and ‘conventional’ products, which may not even offer AI as a part of their anti-malware platform.In iT-CUBE’s test, nearly 4,500 individual malware samples of many types - ransomware, trojans, etc.

Married Father Defends Sex Robot as 'Part of the Family'

Married Father Defends Sex Robot as 'Part of the Family' The married father of two co-created smart sex doll Samantha, who, despite her dead eyes, cold skin, and general aloofness, has become part of the family.'” Wright told This Morning hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby during a recent appearance on the ITV program.

What to Expect From Apple's Neural Engine in the A11 Bionic SoC

What to Expect From Apple's Neural Engine in the A11 Bionic SoC There are multiple types of machine learning.Facial recognition is a major research area for deep learning, machine learning, and AI.

Apple is accepting job applications to make Siri a better therapist

Apple is accepting job applications to make Siri a better therapist The position, “Siri Software Engineer, Health and Wellness,” is currently posted on Apple’s job board.” The job doesn’t just require computer science and programming skills, it also asks that candidates have a background in counseling or psychology.

gab.ai is suing Google

gab.ai is suing Google The SwitchGab is, Google for allegedly-violating antitrust handsi;Leon Neal/ Getty Images)The social media site Gah.is accusing Google of violating federal antitrust laws whenthe tech giant booted Gab from the Google Play Store, according to lawsuit filedThursday.

The rise of AI: should we be scared or ecstatic?

The rise of AI: should we be scared or ecstatic? 9% of what people think is AI is not AI, it's just hype.For example Amazon's Recommendations: they're machine learning, but they're not AI.

Tesla Working With AMD on Self-Driving Car Processor

Tesla Working With AMD on Self-Driving Car Processor A self-driving vehicle win with a company as prominent as Tesla wouldn’t do much for AMD’s bottom line at this point, given Tesla’s low yearly volume, but it’s a potent PR win.One is that whatever AMD is building for Tesla is entirely separate from the technology Nvidia provides, and that the company intends to use both firms.