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Big Tech not all that keen on AI products
Published in News
Thursday, 23 June 2022 11:21

Big Tech not all that keen on AI products


The only way is Ethics 

Search engine outfit Google is not rushing to turn its cloud into AI based decision making.

AI robots are sexist, racist, and jumps to conclusions about people’s faces
Published in AI


Pretty much like humans

A robot operating with a popular Internet-based AI consistently gravitates to men over women, white people over people of color, and jumps to conclusions about peoples’ jobs after a glance at their face.

AI crafts its own beer
Published in AI
Monday, 20 June 2022 11:55

AI crafts its own beer


If only it could drink it

For one brief limited period of time, New Orleans locals "will have a chance to try the first craft beer created by an AI platform. "

Ukraine using AI to track saboteurs
Published in AI
Monday, 20 June 2022 11:54

Ukraine using AI to track saboteurs


Checking for Sara Connorski

Artificial intelligence has become one of Ukraine's most "effective tools" in identifying potential saboteurs amid the ongoing war with Russia, according to the Ukrainian Ministry of Internal Affairs.

AI departments short staffed
Published in AI
Thursday, 09 June 2022 12:08

AI departments short staffed


If only they could be replaced by software


A study of UK enterprise leaders has found that AI departments in the UK are facing extreme staff shortages.

Google claims its AI can understand humour
Published in News


Which is more than most Americans

Google claims it has written some AI code which can actually understand humour and scarcasm, which is odd really given that is something the US has never really understood.

Intel releases Gaudi2
Published in News
Wednesday, 11 May 2022 12:00

Intel releases Gaudi2


Named after a guy who designed something that would not be finished

Intel launched a new chip called Gaudi2 focused on artificial intelligence computing, as the chip manufacturer makes a bigger push into the AI chip market currently dominated by Nvidia.

Google keeps firing people who question its AI
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Another one was forced to go

Google dismissed another boffin who questioned a paper it published on the abilities of a specialised type of artificial intelligence used in making computer chips.

Nvidia turns to AI for design process improvements
Published in AI

Better than humans 

Nvidia expects the complexity of integrated circuit design to increase exponentially in the coming years, and is looking to AI to help out.

Tsar Putin orders glorious Russian supercomputer
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Made with invincible and advanced Russian chips based on proven technology

Terrified that ordering invasions of other countries might prevent his country getting its paws on technology, Tsar Putin has ordered that a supercomputer be built around Russian-made Elbrus processors.