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  • We can’t afford to stop solar geoengineering research
    by Holly Jean Buck on 26th January 2022 at 9:00 am

    Last month, I attended the American Geophysical Union meeting in New Orleans, where 26,000 geoscientists convened in person and virtually to share the latest Earth and climate science. Maybe a hundred of those people were there to talk about research on solar geoengineering—the idea of reflecting a fraction of incoming sunlight to cool a warming…

  • Five risks of moving your database to the cloud
    by Marc Linster on 25th January 2022 at 5:00 pm

    Moving to the cloud is all the rage. According to an IDC Survey Spotlight, Experience in Migrating Databases to the Cloud, 63% of enterprises are actively migrating their databases to the cloud, and another 29% are considering doing so within the next three years. This article discusses some of the risks customers may unwittingly encounter…

  • A new era for data: What’s possible with as-a-service
    by MIT Technology Review Insights on 24th January 2022 at 5:00 pm

    For organizations in today’s complex business environment, data is like water—essential for survival. They need to process, analyze, and act on data to drive business growth—to predict future trends, identify new business opportunities, and respond to market changes faster. Not enough data? Businesses die of thirst. Dirty data? Projects are polluted by “garbage in/garbage out.”…

  • How a Russian cyberwar in Ukraine could ripple out globally
    by Patrick Howell O'Neill on 21st January 2022 at 2:00 pm

    Russia has sent more than 100,000 soldiers to the nation’s border with Ukraine, threatening a war unlike anything Europe has seen in decades. Though there hasn’t been any shooting yet, cyber operations are already underway.  Last week, hackers defaced dozens of government websites in Ukraine, a technically simple but attention-grabbing act that generated global headlines.…

  • Meta’s new learning algorithm can teach AI to multi-task
    by Will Douglas Heaven on 20th January 2022 at 5:00 pm

    If you can recognize a dog by sight, then you can probably recognize a dog when it is described to you in words. Not so for today’s artificial intelligence. Deep neural networks have become very good at identifying objects in photos and conversing in natural language, but not at the same time: there are AI…

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  • Robot performs first laparoscopic surgery without human help
    on 26th January 2022 at 7:39 pm

    A robot has performed laparoscopic surgery on the soft tissue of a pig without the guiding hand of a human -- a significant step in robotics toward fully automated surgery on humans.

  • Technique improves AI ability to understand 3D space using 2D images
    on 26th January 2022 at 5:25 pm

    Researchers have developed a new technique, called MonoCon, that improves the ability of artificial intelligence (AI) programs to identify three-dimensional (3D) objects, and how those objects relate to each other in space, using two-dimensional (2D) images. For example, the work would help the AI used in autonomous vehicles navigate in relation to other vehicles using the 2D images it receives from an onboard camera.

  • Southern Ocean storms cause outgassing of carbon dioxide
    on 25th January 2022 at 4:25 pm

    Storms over the waters around Antarctica drive an outgassing of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, according to a new international study. The research group used advanced ocean robots for the study, which provides a better understanding of climate change and can lead to better global climate models.

  • Studying the Big Bang with artificial intelligence
    on 25th January 2022 at 2:30 pm

    Artificial intelligence is being used for many extremely complex tasks. So why not use machine learning to study particle physics? As it turns out, this is not easy, because of some special mathematical properties of particle physics. But now, a neural network has been developed that can be used to study quark gluon plasma - the state of the universe after the Big Bang.

  • Harnessing noise in optical computing for AI
    on 21st January 2022 at 7:54 pm

    A research team has developed an optical computing system for AI and machine learning that not only mitigates the noise inherent to optical computing but actually uses some of it as input to help enhance the creative output of the artificial neural network within the system.

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  • Meta claims its new AI supercomputer will set records
    by Ryan Daws on 25th January 2022 at 9:25 am

    Meta (formerly Facebook) has unveiled an AI supercomputer that it claims will be the world’s fastest. The supercomputer is called the AI Research SuperCluster (RSC) and is yet to be fully complete. However, Meta’s researchers have already begun using it for training large natural language processing (NLP) and computer vision models. RSC is set to... Read more » The post Meta claims its new AI supercomputer will set records appeared first on AI News.

  • James Cameron warns of the dangers of deepfakes
    by Ryan Daws on 24th January 2022 at 6:40 pm

    Legendary director James Cameron has warned of the dangers that deepfakes pose to society. Deepfakes leverage machine learning and AI techniques to convincingly manipulate or generate visual and audio content. Their high potential to deceive makes them a powerful tool for spreading disinformation, committing fraud, trolling, and more. “Every time we improve these tools, we’re... Read more » The post James Cameron warns of the dangers of deepfakes appeared first on AI News.

  • DeepMind co-founder Mustafa Suleyman departs Google
    by Ryan Daws on 21st January 2022 at 5:45 pm

    DeepMind co-founder Mustafa Suleyman has departed Google after an eight-year stint at the company. Suleyman co-founded AI giant DeepMind alongside Demis Hassabis and Shane Legg in 2010 before it was acquired by Google in 2014 for $500 million. DeepMind has become somewhat of an AI darling and has repeatedly made headlines for creating neural networks... Read more » The post DeepMind co-founder Mustafa Suleyman departs Google appeared first on AI News.

  • AI bias harms over a third of businesses, 81% want more regulation
    by Ryan Daws on 20th January 2022 at 10:34 am

    AI bias is already harming businesses and there’s significant appetite for more regulation to help counter the problem. The findings come from the State of AI Bias report by DataRobot in collaboration with the World Economic Forum and global academic leaders. The report involved responses from over 350 organisations across industries. Kay Firth-Butterfield, Head of... Read more » The post AI bias harms over a third of businesses, 81% want more regulation appeared first on AI News.

  • Why AI needs human intervention
    by Doug Gilbert on 19th January 2022 at 5:07 pm

    In today’s tight labour market and hybrid work environment, organizations are increasingly turning to AI to support various functions within their business, from delivering more personalized experiences to improving operations and productivity to helping organizations make better and faster decisions. That is why the worldwide market for AI software, hardware, and services is expected to... Read more » The post Why AI needs human intervention appeared first on AI News.

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  • Best Practices for Building the AI Development Platform in Government 
    by Allison Proffitt on 28th October 2021 at 11:20 pm

    By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor  The AI stack defined by Carnegie Mellon University is fundamental to the approach being taken by the US Army for its AI development platform efforts, according to Isaac Faber, Chief Data Scientist at the US Army AI Integration Center, speaking at the AI World Government event held in-person and virtually

  • Advance Trustworthy AI and ML, and Identify Best Practices for Scaling AI 
    by Allison Proffitt on 28th October 2021 at 11:19 pm

    By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor   Advancing trustworthy AI and machine learning to mitigate agency risk is a priority for the US Department of Energy (DOE), and identifying best practices for implementing AI at scale is a priority for the US General Services Administration (GSA).   That’s what attendees learned in two sessions at the AI

  • Promise and Perils of Using AI for Hiring: Guard Against Data Bias 
    by Allison Proffitt on 28th October 2021 at 11:18 pm

    By AI Trends Staff   While AI in hiring is now widely used for writing job descriptions, screening candidates, and automating interviews, it poses a risk of wide discrimination if not implemented carefully.  That was the message from Keith Sonderling, Commissioner with the US Equal Opportunity Commision, speaking at the AI World Government event held live and virtually in

  • Predictive Maintenance Proving Out as Successful AI Use Case 
    by Allison Proffitt on 28th October 2021 at 10:10 pm

    By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor   More companies are successfully exploiting predictive maintenance systems that combine AI and IoT sensors to collect data that anticipates breakdowns and recommends preventive action before break or machines fail, in a demonstration of an AI use case with proven value.   This growth is reflected in optimistic market forecasts.

  • Novelty In The Game Of Go Provides Bright Insights For AI And Autonomous Vehicles 
    by Allison Proffitt on 28th October 2021 at 9:49 pm

    By Lance Eliot, the AI Trends Insider   We already expect that humans to exhibit flashes of brilliance. It might not happen all the time, but the act itself is welcomed and not altogether disturbing when it occurs.    What about when Artificial Intelligence (AI) seems to display an act of novelty? Any such instance is bound to get our attention;

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