Artificial intelligence and deep learning that look at "rash selfies" could offer a way to more accurately detect and identify Lyme disease. Read more at Futurity: Research News
Summary List Placement By all indications, Cathie Wood's $29 billion asset management firm Ark Invest has turned in another great quarter. The firm's $10.5 billion Ark Innovation ETF (ARKK), $3 billion ARK Next Generation Internet ETF (ARKW), and $3 billion Read more at Business Insider
We all recognize Banksy's art style, but can a neural network learn to mimic it? Yes and no. Matt Round trained an algorithm named GANksy by feeding it Banksy artworks. The result is about what you'd expect- GANksy learned the style as it was supposed to, but Read more at Neatorama.com
Artificial intelligence is helping produce a new kind of feed for farmyard chickens.
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Organizations often pit AI against humans. Augmented intelligence brings them together and plays to each of their strengths. You need humans to make your AI solutions more effective, resilient, and trustworthy for your users. Read more at Forbes
How the economic priorities of the Republican president and his Democratic challenger compare.
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Summary List Placement The financial industry has a reputation for being willing to try out emerging technology, like cloud or artificial intelligence. JPMorgan Chase, for example, is already investing in quantum computing despite the tech being years away f Read more at Business Insider
In their 2019 AI Impact Challenge, Google asked nonprofits, social enterprises and research institutions around the world, "How would you use artificial intelligence (AI) for social good?" Read more at Phys.Org
A research team from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore has developed artificial intelligence which it says allows the robot to detect and repair its own damage when "injured" Read more at Daily Star
Anil Ananthaswamy / Knowable Magazine: A look at neurosymbolic AI, which combines techniques of deep neural networks and good old-fashioned AI, with comments from its proponents and critics The unlikely marriage of two major artificial intelligence ap Read more at Techmeme.com
Don't look now, but that car next to you on the road may not have a driver. Thankfully, with the advent of the self-driving vehicle, that's not the panic-inducing moment it used to be. A self-driving shuttle has been ferrying customers in Las Vegas for three Read more at Boing Boing
Training packages are available everywhere. And since everyone wants to know how to code, there are literally hundreds of different courses, lectures, and training sessions that can help teach you the building blocks of this foundational ability. However, Read more at Boing Boing
Back in July,Verizon and Microsoft announced a new partnership to significantly accelerate time to market for IoT solutions. This partnership provides all the critical components in the IoT value chain, such as connected devices, network/capability, cloud ho Read more at MSPoweruser
How much of a given image is real these days, and how much is manipulated? And how much does it matter? The tools of image editing have improved massively over the last 10 years, as anyone who likes to zhush themselves up for Instagram can attest. And a new g Read more at New Atlas
The company says it's accelerating the development of its intellectual property -- positive news overshadowing a surprise shakeup in the management team. Read more at Motley Fool
Nick Clegg, Facebook vice president, says social media giant also attached false information warnings to 150m postsA total of 2.2m ads on Facebook and Instagram have been rejected and 120,000 posts withdrawn for attempting to obstruct voting in the upcoming Read more at Theguardian.comtechnology
Skoda Auto has announced a new artificial intelligence app that service centers using on smartphones to help diagnose vehicle issues. The app is called Sound Analyzer and records car noises and compares them with stored sound patterns. 245 Skoda dealers in 14 Read more at SlashGear
By jumping 930 years into the future, Discovery gets out of the constraints of previous Star Trek series and, at the same time, gives itself a shot in the arm. Read more at CNET
Twitter offers few tools for knowledgeable users to combat the abundant and sometimes deadly misinformationspreading on the platform.
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