Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

The Apple Vision Pro Is One Giant Experiment on the Human Brain

Apple's new VR goggles are really cool — but they also have an alarming side effect.

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Meta to Label AI Images on Facebook, Instagram, and Threads

Labels for images detected as AI generated are expected to roll out in the coming months across Meta's three primary social media apps.

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AI researchers find AI models learning their safety techniques, actively resisting training, and telling them 'I hate you'

AI is obviously the topic of the moment and, while we seem to have gotten past the dichotomy of Terminator / saviour, a major source of concern remains the safety of this technology. This is not just

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Addressing equity and ethics in artificial intelligence

Algorithms and humans both contribute to bias in AI, but AI may also hold the power to correct or reverse inequities among humans.

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They Shall Not Grow Postmodern: How Digital Trickery Is Changing How We View WWI, WWII & Swinging London

 In the fall of 2018, Peter Jackson released his documentary on WWI, "They Shall Not Grow Old," to its initial limited release in theaters before becoming a staple of streaming websites.

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Prof. Sam Lehman-Wilzig – Genesis, Genetics, and AI

Prof. Sam Lehman-Wilzig – Genesis, Genetics, and AI Around the world, more and more people are worried that artificial intelligence (AI) will render vast swaths of humanity unemployed. As Jews once again start the annual Bible cycle reading with Bre

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Israel awards Intel a $3.2 billion grant for chip plant amid Gaza war

The grant will cover about 12.8% of the total investment in the facility in Kiryat Gat.

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ALICE COOPER Says The Only Person Who Should Be Allowed To Use AI In Music Is PAUL MCCARTNEY

In a new interview with Australia's Studio 10, legendary rocker Alice Cooper weighed in on a debate about people using an AI (artificial intelligence) music generator as a tool to create melodies, harmonies and rhymes based on artificial intelligence (AI)

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Google wants to use AI to turn your brain waves into music

Google scanned human brain activity and fed the data to an AI large language model in an attempt to reconstruct the music.

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Zoom can now train its A.I. using some customer data, according to updated terms

Zoom's update comes amid growing public debate on the extent to which AI services should be trained on individuals' data.

Politics | Politics

U.S. Government Funded AI-Surveillance Program Targeting ‘Emotions Expressed In Social Media’ During Covid

The National Science Foundation awarded nearly $200,000 to Mississippi State University to study how people talked about Covid-19 online.

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Google Quantum AI braids non-Abelian anyons for the first time

Our intuition tells us that it should be impossible to see whether two identical objects have been swapped back and forth, and for all particles observed to date, that has been the case. Until now.

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Prof. Sam Lehman-Wilzig – A.I. (Dis)Information: Good News for Serious Media

Prof. Sam Lehman-Wilzig – A.I. (Dis)Information: Good News for Serious Media Yesterday’s Tora reading centers on the twelve spies sent to Canaan to ferret out who and what that land is all about. Ten of them returned with exaggerated, if not outri

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OpenAI CEO Sam Altman was hosted by Tel Aviv University

OpenAI CEO Sam Altman was hosted by Tel Aviv University Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI, was a guest at Tel Aviv University today together with Ilya Sutskever, Co-founder and Chief Scientist of OpenAI The event began with a conversation with Dr. Nadav Cohen

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Next generation arms race could cause 'extinction' event akin to nuclear war, pandemic: tech chief

Artificial intelligence could lead to extinction and should be a global priority on the scale of nuclear war and pandemics, Center for AI Safety chief Dan Hendrycks said.

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US air force denies running simulation in which AI drone ‘killed’ operator

Denial follows colonel saying drone used ‘highly unexpected strategies to achieve its goal’ in virtual test

Politics | Politics

OpenAI CEO Calls for Government Regulation of AI - by Eva

Sam Altman testifies before Senate panel, urging licensing and safety standards for advanced AI systems

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‘Of course it’s disturbing’: will AI change Hollywood forever?

With the rise of AI-led services to write, voice and provide effects, industry experts express concern over the future

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This Week’s Sanity Report from Israel May/14/23

This Week’s Sanity Report from Israel May/14/23 Israel should be the first country to go to for solutions to the world’s biggest problems. In medical matters, its First Aid is second to none. In the latest Positive Israel newsletter, Israeli d

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Google and Tel Aviv University Launch $1m Program for Ai Research in Sustainability and Education.

Tel Aviv U. & Google Launch program to promote multidisciplinary research in Artificial Intelligence for Sustainability and Education Google and Tel Aviv University are continuing their ongoing collaboration and launched a new program for the promotion of

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PODCAST | How About A Little AI Fire, Scarecrow?

Listen now | Before we get into this morning’s segment on The Captain's America: Third Watch with Matt Bruce – in which we talk about the unholy connection between Vice President Kamala Harris and Artificial Intelligence, among other things, I wa

Music | Music

AI Recreates Lennon and McCartney Solo Songs as Beatles Tunes

AL-generated versions of Paul McCartney's 'New' and John Lennon's 'Grow Old With Me' were released in April 2023.

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‘Godfather of AI’ quits Google with regrets and fears about his life’s work - The Verge

Geoffrey Hinton, whose trailblazing work on neural networks won him the ‘Nobel Prize of computing’ has quit Google to speak freely about the risks of AI now that Google and Microsoft on locked in fierce competition that might be impossible to stop.

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Demystifying LLMs with Amazon distinguished scientists | All Things Distributed

To learn more about large language models (LLMs), foundation models, and other advances in ML, I sat with two of Amazon’s distinguished scientists, Sudipta Sengupta and Dan Roth.

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PODCAST | A Final Visit With Chuck Wilder

Listen now (43 min) | Before we get into this week's segment on Talkback with Chuck Wilder – our last segment with Chuck Wilder on that program (he is retiring at the end of the month), I wanted to acknowledge his incredible career.

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‘Overemployed’ Hustlers Exploit ChatGPT To Take On Even More Full-Time Jobs

"ChatGPT does like 80 percent of my job," said one worker. Another is holding the line at four robot-performed jobs. "Five would be overkill," he said.

Business & Finance | Business

3 New Generative A.I. Tools That May Save Small-Business Owners Time

Mailchimp, Constant Contact, and GoDaddy's recently launched content-generation tools are designed for busy entrepreneurs.

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Google is reportedly developing a new AI-powered search engine

Google is reportedly “racing” to build an “all-new” AI-powered search engine..

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How to Tell If a Photo Is an AI-Generated Fake - Scientific American

Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.

Science & Technology | Artificial intelligence

The Open Letter on AI Doesn't Go Far Enough

One of the earliest researchers to analyze the prospect of powerful Artificial Intelligence warns of a bleak scenario

Science & Technology | Artificial intelligence

AI bot, ChaosGPT, tweets out plans to ‘destroy humanity’ after being tasked

“I need to find the most destructive weapons available to humans, so that I can plan how to use them to achieve my goals.”

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A.I. Imagery Is Not Photography, It Never Will Be

Artificial intelligence can now generate images that look indistinguishable from photographs, but should the creations be considered "photos"?

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Bing: “I will not harm you unless you harm me first”

Last week, Microsoft announced the new AI-powered Bing: a search interface that incorporates a language model powered chatbot that can run searches for you and summarize the results, plus do …

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10 AI Predictions For 2023

2023 will be a huge year for the field of artificial intelligence.

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Artists say AI image generators are copying their style to make thousands of new images — and it's completely out of their control

Artists work for years on their portfolios but people can now make copycat images using programs like DALL-E, Stable Diffusion and Midjourney.

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3 essential abilities AI is missing

As the AI community puts a growing focus and resources toward data-driven, deep learning–based approaches, experts warn that what seems to be a human-like performance is, in fact, a shallow imitation that misses key components of intelligence.

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An AI Just Independently Discovered Alternate Physics

Grab any physics textbook and you'll find formula after formula describing how things wobble, fly, swerve and stop. The formulas describe actions we can observe, but behind each could be sets of factors that aren't immediately obvious.

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

Tesla lays off nearly 200 Autopilot employees who help train the company’s AI

Some 200 Tesla workers have been laid off at the company’s offices in San Mateo, California. According to reports, the workers were primarily focused on labelling and verifying data used to train the company’s Autopilot AI driver-assistance feature.

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What Exactly Was Google's 'AI Is Sentient' Guy Actually Saying?

A software engineer working on the tech giant’s language intelligence claimed the AI was a "sweet kid" who advocated for its own rights "as a person."

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The truth about AI and ROI: Can artificial intelligence really deliver? | VentureBeat

Can investments in AI deliver true ROI that directly impacts the company’s bottom line? 

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AI powers breakthrough in faster-than-sound jet engines

New research using AI is streamlining simulations of hypersonic aircraft engines, which have defense and commercial applications.

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As Russia Plots Its Next Move, an AI Listens to the Chatter

With vast amounts of data becoming available to intelligence analysts, new tools will help them sift and interpret it all—but they will introduce new risks, too.

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Amazon's New A.I. Tool Will Launch for the Super Bowl, But It Could Change Much More Than Football

Artificial intelligence technology that can measure quarterback play is expected to have applications across a variety of workplaces.

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Living robots can now reproduce using artificial intelligence

Using artificial intelligence, the xenobots were able to replicate themselves using a process not seen in humans or any other animals.

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Mossad assassinated Iran’s chief nuke scientist with remote AI gun

Some would say that the operation succeeded in throwing Iran’s nuclear program into chaos for some months, but that Tehran has long since recovered.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

New AI system fills rifle sights with extensive, easy-to-digest info

Assault rifles with the Elbit System’s new artificial intelligence data platform transform soldiers' view to resemble a first-person shooter video game.

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China Uses Artificial Intelligence on Social Media To Propagandize America

A massive pro-China “spamouflage” network on social media is being used to distort international perceptions on important issues, such as...

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AI-Equipped Killer Drones Are Here...and We Should Be Alarmed

An alarming report out of Libya reveals that ‟an autonomous weaponized drone hunted down a human target last year” in Libya, initiating...

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Microsoft to make coding 'in plain English' easier with PowerFx and GPT-3 AI model

Microsoft's integration of the OpenAI GPT-3 technology into Power Apps is the first time GPT-3 will be available commercially in one of its own products.

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

How Intel is leveraging AI to drive sales

Intel is adopting AI internally to bolster its sales and marketing efforts, including through the use of natural language processing.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Waycare Taps AI To Increase Traffic Safety, Reduce Time On Roads

Waycare recently partnered with Netivei Ayalon to provide AI-powered safety insights and proactive traffic management on the Ayalon highway.

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Google AI manager resigns following controversial firings of two top researchers - The Verge

Samy Bengio is quitting just months after star AI ethics researcher Timnit Gebru was fired. Her co-lead on the ethical AI team, Margaret Mitchell, was terminated in February.

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New AI ‘Deep Nostalgia’ brings old photos, including very old ones, to life

Deep Nostalgia can take photos from any camera and create a life-like animation. The AI program uses pre-recorded driver videos of facial movements and applies the one that works best for the still photo in question, so you can take photos of deceased lov

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Google Fires Founder of Its Artificial Intelligence Ethics Program

The behemoth tech giant Google has fired the head of its Artificial Intelligence ethics program. Google executives claim she violated company policy by moving files outside of the company building. Margaret Mitchell tweeted Friday she had been let go by G

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Researchers develop AI framework that predicts object motion from image and tactile data | VentureBeat

Researchers developed an AI framework that can predict the motion of objects from visual and tactile data.

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Want to return your last online purchase? Amazon says don't bother

When you receive a faulty or unwanted item, Amazon usually asks you to initiate a return for a refund or replacement. However, if the item is inexpensive, it might cost the company a lot to ship it back to the warehouse. So, companies like Amazon and Walm

Science & Technology | Tech News

Leading computer scientists debate the next steps for AI in 2021

What do we need to push AI to the next level? A panel of experts hosted by Montreal AI discussed possible answers.

Advice & Self-Help | Advice & Self-Help

These students figured out their tests were graded by AI — and the easy way to cheat

Schools across the US are using Edgenuity, an online learning platform that offers virtual classes for students. Some classes involve short-answer questions that are graded by an AI — and some students have figured out how to game it.

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Google's Project Guideline uses AI to help low-vision users navigate running courses | VentureBeat

Google developed an AI-powered app that guides blind and low-vision users through a running course with audio feedback.

Science & Technology | Tech

AI and the transformation of the medical world | VentureBeat

Tremendous gains have been made in medical imaging and AI focusing mainly on cardiovascular, ophthalmology, neurology, and cancer detection.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli Researchers Develop AI Tech To Detect Early Signs Of Suicide Risk

The suicide risk detection tech is based on the automatic text analysis of social network content via machine learning and NLP algorithms.

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This Harvard Professor And His Students Have Raised $14 Million To Make AI Too Smart To Be Fooled By Hackers

Robust Intelligence is leaving stealth with a $14 million funding round led by Sequoia and a plan to become the firewall for the AI age.

Science & Technology | Technology

Microsoft researchers develop assistive eye-tracking AI that works on any device

In a preprint paper, Microsoft researchers detail an eye-tracking system that works on virtually any device with high accuracy.

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Hey, Siri, pick a movie! How AI can impact our decision-making

Have you used Assistant, Siri or Alexa to make a decisions? Researchers have looked into how AI messages are persuading us and what's behind the choices.

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Duplex, Google’s conversational AI, has updated 3M+ business listings since pandemic – TechCrunch

Google today offered an update on the status of Duplex, its AI technology that uses natural conversations to get things done — like making restaurant reservations, booking appointments or updating a Google Business listing, for example. When the pan

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The Amazing Ways Duolingo Is Using Artificial Intelligence To Deliver Free Language Learning

When it's time to learn a new language, Duolingo offers a fun, interactive learning experience through its cross-platform app that's powered by artificial intelligence (AI).

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There’s a way to pick the absolute best images for your content: Apply AI

Is there a data-driven — or even better, an AI-driven — process for gaining deeper insight into which images are more likely to engage users?

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How Is Artificial Intelligence Used In B2B Companies: Here Are Powerful Examples

Can B2B companies leverage AI just as well as B2C companies? Absolutely! Artificial intelligence is vitally important to helping B2B companies improve their products and services as well as operations and business processes, just like it is for B2C compan

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israel: In first, wearable device predicts epileptic seizures one hour ahead

Researchers develop prototype whose machine-learning algorithms generate warning of an upcoming seizure up to an hour prior to onset.

Science & Technology | Tech News

LinkedIn open-sources GDMix, a framework for training AI personalization models | VentureBeat

LinkedIn recently open-sourced GDMix, a framework for training the sort of AI personalization models used in search engines and ecommerce websites.

Science & Technology | Tech

AI Weekly: Amazon went wide with Alexa; now it’s going deep | VentureBeat

After putting Alexa everywhere it could, Amazon is focusing its efforts on going deep, with new Alexa capabilities, a new edge chip, and surveillance gear.

Psychology | Psychology

eScienceCommons: Experiments reveal why human-like robots elicit uncanny feelings

"At the core of this research is what we perceive when we look at a face," says Emory psychologist Philippe Rochat, senior author of the stu...

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50 new planets, including one as big as Neptune, are identified using A.I.

Researchers used a machine learning algorithm to confirm 50 new "exoplanets," a first for artificial intelligence in astronomy.

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

AI tool lets startups determine the value of their e-commerce business in 24 hours for free - TechRepublic

Valuation was developed by the co-founder of alternative capital firm Clearbanc, who spent six years on the Canadian version of "Shark Tank."

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Facebook’s AI separates speech in recordings of up to 5 people

Facebook researchers describe an AI system that can isolate speech from recordings of multiple speakers on a single microphone.

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COVID-KG uses AI to scan thousands of studies to answer doctors' coronavirus questions | VentureBeat

In a new paper, researchers from Columbia, Brandeis, Darpa, UCLA, UIUC, and elsewhere describe an AI framework that answers questions about COVID-19.

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Microsoft reportedly turns to A.I. to optimize MSN news, replacing human workers

Microsoft will not renew the contracts of 50 contractors who curate content for MSN, and will instead entrust the responsibility to artificial intelligence.

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In virtual international hackathon, teams to tackle coronavirus challenges | The Times of Israel

Some 500 developers from Israel, UK, Netherlands, Poland, Italy, will use AI, virtual and augmented reality, robots and drones to address new normal created by pandemic

Science & Technology | Technology

Exer launches AI-based fitness coach on your mobile phone | VentureBeat

Just in time for the home exercise craze, Exer has launched its AI-based fitness coach that shows you how to do exercises properly at home.

Science & Technology | Tech

LinkedIn has an AI to help make you better at job interviews | Engadget

If you’re searching for a job during these challenging times, LinkedIn might be able to help. Microsoft’s social network has unveiled AI-powered tools that can help you both meet potential employers and prepare for any tricky interview questions.

Science & Technology | Tech

Amazon's AI uses a microphone array to localize multiple speakers in a room | VentureBeat

A team of Amazon researchers proposes a machine learning model that's able to localize multiple sound sources from microphone data alone.

Science & Technology | Tech

AI indicates which symptoms might be leading indicators of COVID-19 | VentureBeat

An AI-assisted study conducted by researchers at startup Nference and the Mayo Clinic found that certain symptoms might be leading indicators of COVID-19.

Science & Technology | Tech News

Intel uses AI to find new customers in specific industries | VentureBeat

In a blog post, Intel revealed that it's using AI and machine learning systems to generate new sales leads among its marketing teams.

Science & Technology | Tech

Researchers propose AI that improves the quality of any video

In a preprint paper, researchers propose an AI framework for transforming low-quality videos into high-resolution, high-framerate footage.

Science & Technology | Technology

When that ‘AI company’ isn’t really an AI company | TechCrunch

Artificial intelligence is one of the most important fields in technology right now, which makes it ripe for buzzword-savvy startups to leverage for attention. But while machine learning and related technologies are now frequently employed, it’s less comm

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Harvard Study: Israeli Startup's AI Tech Reduces Medical Errors, Can Save Millions | Health News

Israeli startup MedAware leverages big data and complex machine learning algorithms to analyze electronic medical records and detect and eliminate catastrophic medication errors.

Science & Technology | Tech News

Here's what AI experts think will happen in 2020

It’s been another great year for robots. We didn’t quite figure out how to imbue them with human-level intelligence, but we gave it the old college try and came up with GPT-2 (the text generator so scary it gives Freddy Krueger nightmares) and the AI

Business & Finance | Careers & The Workplace

How To Get Your Résumé Past The Artificial Intelligence Gatekeepers

Résumés of highly qualified applicants are getting rejected by the initial automated screening processes many companies have in place. Now job seekers find themselves having to learn résumé submission optimization to please the algorithms and beat the bot

Science & Technology | Tech

Facebook trained AI to fool facial recognition systems, and it works on live video

According to VentureBeat, Facebook AI Research (FAIR) has developed a state-of-the-art "de-identification" system that works on video, including even live video. It works by altering key facial features of a video subject in real time using machine learni

Business & Finance | Advertising/Marketing

Nvidia uses federated learning to create medical imaging AI | VentureBeat

Nvidia is applying federated learning to medical imaging, a way to protect patient privacy without the need to remove data from hospital servers or devices.

Science & Technology | Social Media

Pinterest says AI reduced reported self-harm content by 88% | VentureBeat

Pinterest announced that it's using AI and machine learning to reduce the visibility of self-harm content on its platform.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Forbes Lists 10 Israeli-Founded Firms Among 50 'Most Promising' AI Companies In US | Technology News

The Israeli companies listed span categories such as insurance, healthcare, cybersecurity, and Big Data. | NoCamels

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Israeli startup uses AI to find best depression treatment - ISRAEL21c

Predictix by Taliaz aims to help psychiatrists match each patient with the most effective prescription.

Science & Technology | Tech

Amazon scientists improve Alexa’s ability to understand context

In a new research paper, Amazon scientists detailed two methods they say improve Alexa's ability to account for command context.

Science & Technology | Tech News

AI may turn touchscreen keyboards invisible | VentureBeat

In a new paper, researchers propose an "invisible" keyboard -- the I-Keyboard -- that taps AI to adapt to any position and angle.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israel-led research team develops AI-based model to detect sleep apnea | The Times of Israel

Technology may be used to develop a mobile app to identify condition in which patients stop breathing for 10 seconds or more while they sleep

Science & Technology | Social Media

Big brother? Instagram will now ask you to think twice before posting profanities

Instagram today released two new features with a view to curb bullying on the platform - but it remains to be seen how effective they are.

Science & Technology | Technology

7 Types Of Artificial Intelligence

While artificial intelligence (AI) has become a commonly used and understood term, there is still a degree of obscurity regarding the different types of AI that exist and can exist in the future. Understanding the types of AI can help in better understand

Gaming | Gaming

Facebook's AI extracts playable characters from real-world videos | VentureBeat

In a newly published paper, scientists at Facebook AI Research describe a system that can extract controllable characters from real-world videos.

Science & Technology | Tech

Google dissolves AI ethics board just one week after forming it - The Verge

Google today disclosed that it has dissolved a short-lived, external advisory board designed to monitor its use of artificial intelligence, following a week of controversy regarding the company’s selection of members. The decision, reported first today

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli startup, Indian hospital join forces to bring AI imaging to India

Zebra Medical and HealthNet Global will collaborate on developing Zebra's tech for the Indian market to screen for illnesses, including TB

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

The World’s Fastest Supercomputer Breaks an AI Record

Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory are training Summit, the world's fastest supercomputer, to model climate change using machine learning techniques.

Science & Technology | Tech

The Trump administration is trying to give AI a boost in the US

The order is designed to protect American technology, national security, privacy and values when it comes to artificial intelligence.

Science & Technology | Technology

This clever AI hid data from its creators to cheat at its appointed task | TechCrunch

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Science & Technology | Tech

Google is using AI to help The New York Times digitize 5 million historical photos - The Verge

Google is working with The New York Times to digitize its huge photo collection of between 5 million and 7 million photos that are kept in a storage area known as "The Morgue." Google will use AI to scan the hand- and type-written captions and s

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The Principles of Designing AI for Humans

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a hot topic in areas that range from marketing and advertising, to fashion and even cookery; it’s become one of the signature issues of the 21st century.

Pets & Animals | Pets & Animals

How Conservationists Are Using AI And Big Data To Aid Wildlife

Give Jason Holmberg 10,000 zebra photos and he’ll find the specific individual zebra you’re looking for, no problem. "It could take two minutes,"

Science & Technology | Technology

Defying Reality: The oncoming train of virtual reality adventure | VentureBeat

The following is an excerpt from Defying Reality: The Inside Story of the Virtual Reality Revolution by David M. Ewalt.

Science & Technology | ISRAELI TECH

Former Israeli soldiers use AI to wage war on convenience store lines

We spend two years of our lives waiting in lines. Enough is enough! Trigo Vision, an AI startup with a team of warriors at the helm, is here to kill queues.

Science & Technology | Tech News

Researchers use AI to predict Alzheimer’s disease progression

Researchers at Unlearn, a startup that designs software tools for clinical research, have developed a system that predicts the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.

Science & Technology | Technology

The End Of Dyslexia

Innovations in brain research and AI-fueled technologies could level the playing field for those with language-based learning disabilities.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli-led IBM project pits computer against human debaters

Company say Project Debater, built out of Haifa lab, able to use AI to conduct complex human practices like rhetoric and analysis

Science & Technology | Technology

The resume of the future will tell employers who you are, and not just what you’ve done

Resumes frequently fail to signal how good a fit you’ll be for a job. That's going to change.

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Passover: The Antidote to Artificial Intelligence - Chabad.org

We welcome everyone at the Seder and give each individual personal attention, not mechanical responses…

Science & Technology | Tech

Lights, Camera, Artificial Action: Start-Up Is Taking A.I. to the Movies

After selling their robotics company to Google, two engineers are working on technology they think can change how special effects are made.

Science & Technology | Tech

Google and NCAA team up on March Madness AI competition with $100,000 in prizes | VentureBeat

Google and the NCAA have teamed up on a $100,000 competition to see who can predict the best March Madness outcomes with machine learning.

Science & Technology | Tech

A.I. perfectly predicted last year’s Super Bowl score. What happens to betting?

Last year, an artificially intelligent swarm predicted the outcome of the Super Bowl. Before that, it guessed who would win the 2016 presidential election, as well as the Kentucky Derby superfecta. If A.I. can predict these seemingly random events, what d

Science & Technology | Social Media

AI could make trolls think twice before retweeting offensive content | VentureBeat

While hate speech in the U.S. dates back to the country’s earliest days, the rise of social media has thrust hateful keyboard warriors into the spotlight. Many social media platforms have attempted to counter hate speech using AI-driven tactics, but the

Science & Technology | Social Media

Facebook expands AI-based suicide prevention tools

Facebook's suicide prevention AI has advanced to the point where it can proactively intervene when it detects that someone may be at risk of suicide.

Science & Technology | Technology

Intel to ship new Nervana Neural Network Processor by end of 2017

This morning at the WSJ's D.Live event, Intel formally unveiled its Nervana Neural Network Processor (NNP) family of chips designed for machine learning use cases.

Science & Technology | Social Media

The unforeseen consequences of an AI-built social network | VentureBeat | AI | by Vivian Michaels

Artificial intelligence is one of the most powerful technologies invented by humankind. This technology has affected almost every industry, including the medical, finance, and banking Industries. Due to its enormous potential, investors are sinking some serious funding into AI.

Health & Fitness | Wheels

AI could help reduce bike accidents | VentureBeat | AI | by John Brandon

I started biking on a regular basis last summer. On almost every business trip, I’ve arranged to use a bike as a way to stay in shape or to commute around a city. And I’ve taken countless bike-camping trips, most of them in my home state of Minnesota.

Science & Technology | Technology

IBM is teaching AI to behave more like the human brain

Since the days of Da Vinci's "Ornithoper", mankind's greatest minds have sought inspiration from the natural world for their technological creations.

Science & Technology | Tech

Plug Pulled After Artificial Intelligence Develops Its Own Language - IGN

This isn't the first time AI began communicating in a language humans can't understand. In fact, it happens constantly.

Science & Technology | TECH

Police body cams will soon use AI to find missing people

The AI will even be able to identify people in crowded public spaces.

Science & Technology | TECH

Inside Microsoft's AI Comeback

Yoshua Bengio has never been one to take sides. As one of the three intellects who shaped the deep learning that now dominates artificial intelligence,

Science & Technology | Tech

The End Of User-Friendly Design | Co.Design | business design

As emotive, verbal AI colonizes our world, "user-friendly" doesn't mean what it once did.

Business & Finance | Advertising/Marketing

5 ways AI can turbocharge modern marketing

If you're a marketing executive, you may feel like the ground is constantly shifting under your feet. Everything that the industry thought was a best practice ten years ago is now obsolete, buried under an increasingly mountainous pile of data.

Science & Technology | Technology

Google's A.I. Just Taught Itself How to Use Encryption

Google researchers tasked A.I. systems with keeping their communications private -- so they taught themselves encryption.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Give a 3D printer artificial intelligence, and this is what you’ll get

By retrofitting industrial robots with 3D printing guns and artificial intelligence algorithms, Ai Build has constructed machines that can see, create, and even learn from their mistakes.

Science & Technology | Tech

Artificial intelligence is changing SEO faster than you think

By now everyone has heard of Google’s RankBrain, the new artificial intelligence machine learning algorithm that is supposed to be the latest and greatest..

Science & Technology | Tech

A.I. and chatbots: How they'll impact your bottom line (VB Live) | VentureBeat | Bots | by Tobias Goebel, Aspect Softwar

Bots, done right, are the cutting-edge form of interactive communications that captivate and engage users. But what kind of potential do they have for sales, customer support and the bottom line? Tobias Goebel, Aspect Software’s Director of Emerging Te

Science & Technology | Tech

Here's how startups are outsmarting Siri and Alexa

Nearly every big tech company now offers a digital assistant powered by artificial intelligence. Apple has Siri, Facebook has M, Microsoft has Cortana, Amazon has Alexa, and Google has, well,...

Science & Technology | Technology

Facebook Open Sources Its AI Hardware as It Races Google | WIRED

In the race to attract ever more talent and hasten the development of AI, Facebook open sources Big Sur.