Artificial Intelligence (AI): The fundamental change in our daily work routine, the way we live and interact with others, is all going to be represented by the fourth industrial revolution. Moving from the third to the fourth industrial revolution is going to Read more at Readwrite.com14:00:00 UTC
Trying to solve poverty, crime, and disease with (often biased) technology doesnt address their root causes.
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In our latest step toward becoming a full dystopian nightmare, the Wall Street Journal reports that Google has been collecting the health data of millions of Americans without their knowledge or consent. It's all part of Google's secret "Project Nightingale" Read more at Mashable15:50:17 UTC
John Carmack has stepped down as CTO of Oculus to pursue the problem of artificial intelligence while working from home.
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The customer data platform (CDP) is the newest tool in the customer experience arsenal as big companies try to help customers deal with data coming from multiple channels. Today, Adobe announced the general availability of its CDP. The CDP is a like a central Read more at TechCrunch20:08:46 UTC
The Daily Crunch is TechCrunchs roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If youd like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. John Carmack steps down at Oculus to pursue AI passion project b Read more at TechCrunch
Twitter last month said it was introducing a new policy to help fight deepfakes and other manipulated media that involve photos, videos, or audio thats been significantly altered to change its original meaning or purpose, or those that make it seem like so Read more at TechCrunch14:15:47 UTC
Pauline Brown, former chairman of North America for the luxury goods company LVMH, argues that in additional to traditional and emotional intelligence, great leaders also need to develop what she calls aesthetic intelligence. This means knowing what good tast Read more at Hbr.org17:00:00 UTC
We talk quantum computers, robo-taxis and more on this week's episode of 'The Capability Amplifier.'
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This article will discuss the Authors Guild v. Google case and the ramifications set by its precedent on the fields of artificial intelligence for the foreseeable future. Authors Guild v. Google Read more at Towardsdatascience.com05:30:00 UTC
As smart devices take an ever greater role in our lives, specialist knowledge of artificial intelligence and machine learning is becoming highly valuable. If you want to get ahead of the curve, the Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence Certification Bu Read more at Makeuseof.com17:48:22 UTC
Researchers developed a tool called Geneva (short for Genetic Evasion), which automatically learns to circumvent censorship. Tested in China, India and Kazakhstan, Geneva found dozens of ways to circumvent censorship by exploiting gaps in censors' logic and f Read more at Sciencedaily.com
Turns out robots can shade humans, and when they do, it makes us sad and unproductive. So say researchers from Carnegie Mellon University who have released the results of a student-led study from its Robotics Institute. The whole thing worked like this: Each Read more at Mashable21:37:00 UTC
Like a kid burning holes in their toys using a magnifying glass, solar furnaces essentially do the same thing on a much grander scale. The larger an array of reflectors you can build, the bigger the sun-focusing lens you get. But a new startup is promising a Read more at Gizmodo.com23:03:27 UTC
Elon Musks back on the podcast scene and causing mayhem as usual. Instead of smoking cannabis with Joe Rogan an activity thats illegal at the federal level, where Musk holds a security clearance hes making outlandish claims about the capabilities of a Read more at The Next Web20:03:19 UTC
Working in advertising cant be easy. For every Im lovin it or Just Do It theres thousands of crappy, forgettable slogans that never caught on. But its nearly 2020 and that means the brave front-line marketers tasked with capturing our hearts, minds, Read more at The Next Web16:45:46 UTC
For the first time, humans are creating machines that can learn on their own. The era of intelligent technology is here, and as a society, we are at a crossroads. Artificial intelligence (AI) is affecting all parts of our lives and challenging some of our mos Read more at The Next Web08:00:15 UTC
The customer management software giant will let users speak withand get advice fromits Einstein artificial intelligence system. Salesforce wants to let people do more talking and less typing. Last year, the company introduced a voice interface for its custo Read more at Fastcompany.com17:00:24 UTC
Despite huge advances in science over the past century, our understanding of nature is still far from complete. Not only have scientists failed to find the Holy Grail of physics unifying the very large (general relativity) with the very small (quantum mecha Read more at The Next Web16:30:30 UTC
Despite automated systems and zero tolerance policies, it's easy to find photos of the former representative weeks after they were published without her consent. Read more at Wired
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