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IBM commercialises AI communication
Published in AI
Monday, 16 March 2020 11:03

IBM commercialises AI communication


Will help our machine overlords understand us better

IBM is commercialising a new technology that makes it easier for computers to understand human communication.

Trump splashes out on  $4.8 trillion artificial intelligence plan
Published in AI


Will get China to pay for it

The Trump administration unveiled its $4.8 trillion budget proposal which, among other things, includes plans to increase federal funding for the development of AI and quantum computing.

AI will tell you who to snog, marry, avoid
Published in News
Friday, 31 January 2020 11:23

AI will tell you who to snog, marry, avoid


Romance disappears into servers

In five years from now you can abandon dating sites – if you want a squeeze - because artificial intelligence will even prompt you with chat-up lines and find the right person for you.

IDC reports only a quarter have an AI plan
Published in News


AI will replace the others

Beancounters from International Data Corporation (IDC) found that of the organisations already using AI, only 25 percent have developed an "enterprise-wide" AI strategy.

EC drafts ethics rules for developing AI
Published in AI
Tuesday, 09 April 2019 11:58

EC drafts ethics rules for developing AI

 

Sorry Dave, I can’t do that.

The European Commission has launched a pilot project intended to test draft ethical rules for developing and applying AI technologies to ensure they can be implemented in practice.

AI can predict when you die
Published in AI
Monday, 01 April 2019 09:47

AI can predict when you die


...can't do Keith Richards of course

Boffins from the University of Nottingham believe their AI and Machine Learning can predict premature death.

Pure Storage releases industry AI
Published in AI
Tuesday, 19 March 2019 11:14

Pure Storage releases industry AI


With Nvidia inside

 Pure Storage has announced a new range of AI solutions for industries based around Nvidia chips.

Google AI team comes up with deep learning library
Published in AI


GPipe open sourced

Google's AI research division has open-sourced GPipe, a library for "efficiently" training deep neural networks (layered functions modelled after neurons) using Lingvo, a TensorFlow framework for sequence modelling.

Most AI start-ups don’t use AI
Published in AI
Wednesday, 06 March 2019 12:35

Most AI start-ups don’t use AI


AI systems are really human powered

While investors seem keen to invest in start-ups with AI tech, they might want to have a look under the bonnet first to see if they are getting what it says on the tin.

Huawei is the secret AI king
Published in AI
Tuesday, 05 March 2019 12:03

Huawei is the secret AI king


Processing more than any company in the world

Never mind IBM, Amazon or Google, the top AI company is the arch enemy of the United States – Huawei.