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Despite our best efforts, we’re teaching AI the wrong lessons. Bias has crept into our machines and, unless we urge developers to change business as usual, it’s there to stay. We’ve asked the computers...

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The University of Technology Sydney and drone specialist The Little Ripper Group have developed an aerial shark safety system to protect beach-goers from deadly attacks.  Australia has had its fair...

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Duolingo launched an app called Tinycards last year to help you out on subjects other than languages. Unfortunately, it was an iOS exclusive until it came to the web a few months ago. Now, the...

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Apple’s first publicly issued academic paper, research focusing on computer vision systems published in December, recently won a Best Paper Award at the 2017 Conference on Computer...

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Accelerating Machine Learning At the 2017 Hot Chips symposium today, Microsoft unveiled a new hardware capable of boosting artificial intelligence (AI) programs. Called Brainwave, Microsoft believes it’ll...

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Apple on Wednesday added three new articles to its Machine Learning Journal, part of an attempt at bringing some of its research — and researchers — out of the shadows. AppleInsider...

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Qualcomm, a high-tech semiconductor and telecommunications equipment company has acquired Scyfer B.V., a spin-off of the University of Amsterdam specialized in machine learning. Terms of the deal were...

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Hate crimes have sadly existed long before last weekend's tragic events in Charlottesville, Virginia but tracking them has been difficult. To help fix that, the Google News Lab has partnered...

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Documenting hate crimes in America has long presented a challenge to researchers, journalists, and social scientists. Record keeping in this area has been patchy at best, with data either woefully incomplete...

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Don’t you just hate it when the YouTube clip you’re trying to watch pauses midway to buffer, or drastically lowers the resolution to a pixelated mess? A group of MIT researchers believe they’ve figured...