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Many Google Duplex calls are from real people instead of AI

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 23 mei, 2019  
Google's Duplex reservations might be more widely available, but that doesn't mean the AI is ready to handle every call. The company has confirmed to the New York Times that about 25 percent of the Assistant-based calls start with a human in a call.....
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‘Observation’ is a gripping space puzzler with an AI hero

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 22 mei, 2019  
Many video games are set in space. Most cast you as a human super-soldier or plucky science-type trying to untangle a truly terrible situation. Not Observation. The latest game from No Code, the Scottish studio behind Stories Untold, makes you.....
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The fight against childhood blindness could lead to eagle-eyed robots

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 21 mei, 2019  
Imparting vision upon machines has been a massive, multi-decade undertaking by the scientific community. And while the acuity of today's state-of-the-art computer systems can match or exceed a human's high-resolution optical anatomy, training these m.....
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Why is Facebook doing robotics research?

Door: Devin Coldewey   / 20 mei, 2019  
It's a bit strange to hear that the world's leading social network is pursuing research in robotics rather than, say, making search useful, but Facebook is a big organization with many competing priorities. And while these robots aren't directly going to affect your Facebook experience, what the company learns from them could be impactful in surprising ways...
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US to back international guidelines for AI ethics

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 20 mei, 2019  
American companies have fostered ethical uses of AI before. Now, however, the government itself is posed to weigh in. Politico understands that the US, fellow members of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development and a "h.....
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Facebook used its AI smarts to build detailed disease prevention maps

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 20 mei, 2019  
Facebook has created highly detailed population maps to help health organizations, researchers and universities tackle disease outbreaks and plan public health campaigns. They focus on population density with demographic estimates, how people .....
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Facebook Research is developing touchy-feely curious robots

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 20 mei, 2019  
As a social media platform with global reach, Facebook leans extensively on its artificial intelligence and machine-learning systems to keep the site online and harmful content off it (at least, some of the time). Following its announcement at.....
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I listened to a Massive Attack record remixed by a neural network

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 17 mei, 2019  
Drums. Synth. The faintest hint of a vocal track. For a moment the song is familiar and I'm teleported back to the late '90s, listening to worn-out cassettes in the backseat of my parent's saloon. But then the track shifts in a way that I didn't expe.....
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Sony and Microsoft team up on cloud-based gaming and entertainment

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 16 mei, 2019  
In an unlikely turn of events, Microsoft and Sony announced today that they are to tackle the future of entertainment. The companies are planning to work together to build future cloud solutions in Microsoft Azure that will support gaming and .....
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eBay’s improved AI translation boosts Spanish-language sales

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 15 mei, 2019  
Since eBay added artificial intelligence translations for product listings in 2014, sales from the US to Spanish-speaking Latin American nations increased by almost 11 percent, according to a study. Researchers from MIT and Washington Universi.....
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Tomorrow’s ‘general’ AI revolution will grow from today’s technology

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 14 mei, 2019  
During his closing remarks at the I/O 2019 keynote last week, Jeff Dean, Google AI's lead, noted that the company is looking at "AI that can work across disciplines," suggesting the Silicon Valley giant may soon pursue Artificial general intelligence.....
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Alexa, does the Echo Dot Kids protect children’s privacy?

Door: Natasha Lomas   / 9 mei, 2019  
A coalition of child protection and privacy groups has filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) urging it to investigate a kid-focused edition of Amazon’s Echo smart speaker. The complaint against Amazon Echo Dot Kids, which has been lodged with the FTC by groups including the Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood, the Center […]..
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Senators reintroduce bill to improve AI adoption in government

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 8 mei, 2019  
US senators aren't giving up on their dream of promoting AI use in government. A bipartisan group including Cory Gardner, Kamala Harris, Rob Portman and Brian Schatz has reintroduced the AI in Government Act in a bid to foster the adoption of AI in.....
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MIT AI model is ‘significantly’ better at predicting breast cancer

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 8 mei, 2019  
MIT researchers have invented a new AI-driven way of looking at mammograms that can help detect breast cancer in women up to five years in advance. A deep learning model created by a team of researchers from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Inte.....
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