Chinese and Volish collaboration
A team of Microsoft and Huazhong University researchers have open-sourced an AI object detector — Fair Multi-Object Tracking (FairMOT).
Still a role for humans
It appears that AI is as accurate as a tarot reader when it comes to predicting some subjects.
Robot Divine intelligence might have smited Church, Microsoft and IBM
An AI conference in the Vatican included high ranking clergy, executives from Microsoft and IBM and a bloke who had the coronavirus.
Not bad for an acrobatic rock’n’roll dancer
Katerina Tikhonova, the youngest daughter of Russian President Tsar Vladimir Putin, was appointed head of a new artificial intelligence institute at Moscow State University.
Backed by IBM and Microsoft
Vatican officials will release principles promoting the ethical use of artificial intelligence (AI), with the backing of Microsoft and IBM as the first two technology industry sponsors.
Boffins come up with text fooler
Changing a single word in your resume can fool AI screening software into classifying you as a person with deep convictions instead of a person with a long list of convictions.
Boffins asks Hal to sort out antibiotic problems
While people worry about AI taking over the world and killing humans, it looks like it has come up with a powerful antibiotic that kills some of the most dangerous drug-resistant bacteria in the world.
Human trials have begun
A medicine developed by artificial intelligence may be used to treat patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder.
First off the bat
A Canadian health monitoring platform using AI beat the World Health Organisation and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at spotting the Wuhan Virus, which crossed to humans from bats.
Part One: 5G
It all comes down to a single very memorable date, February 29, 2000, which was the first time I published an international article at The Register. Twenty years and thousands of stories later, I am ready to share some of my predictions for 2020. Let me start with 5G.