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  • We need smarter cities, not “smart cities”
    by Riad Meddeb, Calum Handforth on 27th June 2022 at 9:00 am

    The term “smart cities” originated as a marketing strategy for large IT vendors. It has now become synonymous with urban uses of technology, particularly advanced and emerging technologies. But cities are more than 5G, big data, driverless vehicles, and AI. They are crucial drivers of opportunity, prosperity, and progress. They support those displaced by war…

  • The hacking industry faces the end of an era
    by Patrick Howell O'Neill on 27th June 2022 at 8:15 am

    NSO Group, the world’s most notorious hacking company, could soon cease to exist. The Israeli firm, still reeling from US sanctions, has been in talks about a possible acquisition by the American military contractor L3 Harris.  The deal is far from certain—there is considerable opposition from both the White House and US intelligence—but if it…

  • The US Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade. What does that mean?
    by Rhiannon Williams on 24th June 2022 at 2:26 pm

    The US Supreme Court has ruled to overturn Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 legal decision that enshrined abortion as a constitutional right. Ending federal protection for abortion access across the US will have lasting health, emotional, and financial repercussions for millions of people and casts American reproductive rights back 50 years. The final decision…

  • The Download: Yann LeCun’s AI vision, and smart cities’ unfulfilled promises
    by Rhiannon Williams on 24th June 2022 at 12:13 pm

    This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. Yann LeCun has a bold new vision for the future of AI Around a year and a half ago, Yann LeCun realized he had it wrong. LeCun, who is chief scientist at Meta’s…

  • Yann LeCun has a bold new vision for the future of AI
    by Melissa Heikkilä, Will Douglas Heaven on 24th June 2022 at 11:52 am

    Around a year and a half ago, Yann LeCun realized he had it wrong.  LeCun, who is chief scientist at Meta’s AI lab and one of the most influential AI researchers in the world, had been trying to give machines a basic grasp of how the world works—a kind of common sense—by training neural networks…

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  • Engineers devise a recipe for improving any autonomous robotic system
    on 22nd June 2022 at 2:14 pm

    Engineers devised a recipe for improving any autonomous robotic system. Their optimization code can automatically identify how and where to tweak a system to improve a robot's performance.

  • Optical microphone sees sound like never before
    on 22nd June 2022 at 2:14 pm

    A camera system can see sound vibrations with such precision and detail that it can reconstruct the music of a single instrument in a band or orchestra. Even the most high-powered and directed microphones can't eliminate nearby sounds, ambient noise and the effect of acoustics when they capture audio. The novel system uses two cameras and a laser to sense high-speed, low-amplitude surface vibrations. These vibrations can be used to reconstruct sound, capturing isolated audio without inference or a microphone. 'We've invented a new way to see sound,' said Mark Sheinin, a post-doctoral research associate at the Illumination and Imaging Laboratory (ILIM) in the RI.

  • Tiny fish-shaped robot 'swims' around picking up microplastics
    on 22nd June 2022 at 2:13 pm

    Microplastics are found nearly everywhere on Earth and can be harmful to animals if they're ingested. But it's hard to remove such tiny particles from the environment, especially once they settle into nooks and crannies at the bottom of waterways. Now, researchers have created a light-activated fish robot that 'swims' around quickly, picking up and removing microplastics from the environment.

  • Technology helps self-driving cars learn from own 'memories'
    on 22nd June 2022 at 2:13 pm

    Researchers have developed a way to help autonomous vehicles create 'memories' of previous experiences and use them in future navigation, especially during adverse weather conditions when the car cannot safely rely on its sensors.

  • Robotic lightning bugs take flight
    on 21st June 2022 at 6:18 pm

    Inspired by fireflies, researchers created soft actuators that can emit light in different colors or patterns. These artificial muscles, which control the wings of featherweight flying robots, light up while the robot is in flight, which provides a low-cost way to track the robots and also could enable them to communicate.

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  • IRS expands voice bot options for faster service
    by Duncan MacRae on 21st June 2022 at 1:51 pm

    The US Internal Revenue Service has unveiled expanded voice bot options to help eligible taxpayers easily verify their identity to set up or modify a payment plan while avoiding long wait times. “This is part of a wider effort at the IRS to help improve the experience of taxpayers,” said IRS commissioner Chuck Rettig. “We... Read more » The post IRS expands voice bot options for faster service appeared first on AI News.

  • HCL Technologies DRYiCE launches full-stack AIOps and observability solution
    by Duncan MacRae on 21st June 2022 at 10:30 am

    HCL Technologies DRYiCE has launched DRYiCE IntelliOps (IntelliOps), a solution addressing the full-stack AIOps and business flow observability needs of an enterprise. Enterprises today have invested heavily in complex solutions for digital initiatives to modernise their technology landscape while trying to support user expectations for continuously available digital services, but a few challenges impede their... Read more » The post HCL Technologies DRYiCE launches full-stack AIOps and observability solution appeared first on AI News.

  • Google places engineer on leave after claim LaMDA is ‘sentient’
    by Ryan Daws on 13th June 2022 at 4:36 pm

    Google has placed one of its engineers on leave after claiming the company’s LaMDA chatbot is “sentient”. The engineer in question, Blake Lemoine, is part of Google’s Responsible AI division. In a Washington Post article posted over the weekend, Lemoine said that he believes LaMDA has achieved sentience. Here’s an excerpt from one conversation between... Read more » The post Google places engineer on leave after claim LaMDA is ‘sentient’ appeared first on AI News.

  • Google employs ML to make Chrome more secure and enjoyable
    by Ryan Daws on 10th June 2022 at 2:29 pm

    Google has explained how machine learning is helping to make Chrome more secure and enjoyable. Starting with security, Google says that its latest machine learning (ML) model has enabled Chrome to detect over twice as many phishing attacks and malicious sites. The new on-device machine learning model was rolled out in March. Since its rollout,... Read more » The post Google employs ML to make Chrome more secure and enjoyable appeared first on AI News.

  • Axon’s AI ethics board resign after TASER drone announcement
    by Ryan Daws on 7th June 2022 at 5:56 pm

    The majority of Axon’s AI ethics board have resigned after the company announced that it’s developing taser-equipped drones. In response to yet another shooting in a US school, Axon founder and CEO Rick Smith began thinking about how the company could help put a stop to the all too regular occurrence. The shooting kicked off... Read more » The post Axon’s AI ethics board resign after TASER drone announcement 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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