Artifical intelligence

Company's touted policing system was no match for a live-streamed video and dedicated right-wing extremists.
Imagine that you only have a few extra minutes to run to the grocery store before your in-laws come over, but you forgot
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Unlike nuclear weapons, this new class can potentially target by traits like race or even by what people have liked on social media.
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A case in point in the energy and utility management -- Google's recent achievement of the 40% reduction in data centre energy
When it comes to the enterprise and entrepreneurs well, Memory-Driven Computing could create a new dynamic global marketplace
Campbell's is also experimenting with addressability and is making strides in performance and measurement with lookalike
Just over 65 years ago, Alan Turing famously posed the following question: Can machines think? In Computing Machinery and Intelligence, Turing investigates the concept of Artificial Intelligence (AI), the idea that machine-based life may indeed meet or surpass the boundaries of human intellect.
The oncoming storm of Artificial Intelligence as popularized by sci-fi films and to some extent over-inflated expectations
The challenge I presented was we need to shape the future of Thinking Machines, of AI. What could we do to use AI to meet
I've been "living" with an Amazon Echo and Alexa for a year now having imported from eBay while it was US based. It's an astonishing piece of kit that has to be experienced to see why it's a "game changer" and why Bezos the Amazon CEO calls it potentially the fourth core Amazon service line after its marketplace, cloud services and Amazon mobile device brands.
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Despite what you've likely read in the headlines on social media and the internet recently -- we have yet to create an Artificial Intelligence (AI) that can write an amazing screenplay.
For a huge number of Americans the key emotion driving the tortured primary campaigns has, arguably, been fear. But the candidates -- and most of the media -- are ignoring the real cause of that angst.
The popularity of feminine-gendered AI makes sense in a world where women still aren't seen as fully human. But these machines also reflect the rise of the service economy, which relies on emotional labor that's performed by women, with a "customer is always right" ethos imposed upon the whole affair.
While the passions of internal discord have stalled the once-confident global march of the West, the East, led by China, is looking ahead with a decades-long strategy to revive the ancient Silk Road through Eurasia as the core of the world's economy and civilization. As Oxford historian Peter Frankopan, author of "The Silk Roads: A New History of the World," writes: "The age of the West is all but at an end when it comes to taking the lead and planning for the future." (continued)
And in another vignette, a dialogue between the two: Seems that many people were offended as much by the lack of forethought
In the near future, AI, big data, shared desires and interests will shape the future of relationships between humans and
Despite all the tech glitz, however, Ethiopia's economic reality remains grim. Less than 2% of citizens have access to the
When Stevie Wonder wrote "Music is a world within itself, with a language we all understand," the word "all" meant "all people." But that was in 1976. With the rapid advancement of technology, music is gradually becoming a language that can also be understood by computers.