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Scientists Help Artificial Intelligence Outsmart Hackers

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AI vs. Humans: Artificial Intelligence Beats 6 Professional Players at No
(Jul 2019) Scientists have developed an AI program which can beat professional poker players at the card game, in what they described as a milestone for artificial intelligence. As artificial intelligence has

Learn the Ins and Outs of AI With This Artificial Intelligence Engineer Master Class Bundle
(Jul 2019) And luckily, that’s actually easier than it sounds thanks to The Artificial Intelligence Engineer . However, while some scientists are trying to create computer programs that can correctly

Microsoft is investing $1 billion in OpenAI, the Elon Musk-founded company that’s trying to build human
on 22nd of Jul 2019 Since it was founded in 2015, OpenAI has created technology that helps computers understand language, train robots that can do tasks like housework, and even beat humans . is for Artificial General

Scientists help artificial intelligence outsmart hackers
(many weeks now)   Science Magazine

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA—A hacked message in a streamed song makes Alexa send money to a foreign entity. A self-driving car crashes after a prankster .

Thought AIs could never replace human imagination? Think again
(Jul 2019)   World Economic Forum

Back in the 1980s, Hans Moravec, an AI scientist, discovered a paradox: What is easy for humans, such as visual or auditory understanding, is hard for machines .

Will AI make pharma marketers obsolete?
(Jul 2019)   pharmaphorum

Intouch’s Faruk Capan discusses how worried pharma marketers should really be about being outsmarted by our AI.

How One Meme Reveals the Difference in How Humans and AI “See”
(Jul 2019)   Hyperallergic

As AI technology grows more sophisticated, neural networks can generate pictures people are comfortable looking at. It takes a surreal reject of an image to .

Report: The murky world of malicious AI
(since Jun, 2019)   SecurityBrief Australia

Artificial intelligence (AI) is pervasive in everyday technologies – from biometrics, to speech recognition and machine learning in almost every industry.

Human-like AI could emerge in 5 to 10 years
(months ago)   Big Think

A new survey shows that many researchers believe AI as smart as a human will emerge in 5 to 10 years.

Can we stop AI outsmarting humanity? – podcast | News
(some months now)   The Guardian

The spectre of superintelligent machines doing us harm is not just science fiction, technologists say – so how can we ensure AI remains ‘friendly’ to its makers?

Outsmarting waste: Does AI hold the key to a circular economy?
(since Jan, 2019)   www.businessgreen.com

New paper from Ellen MacArthur Foundation and Google suggests AI could save billions of dollars across the food and consumer electronics industries.

What People Get Wrong About AI – Business.com
(many weeks now) What People Get Wrong About AI  Business.com

AI isn’t the enemy; it’s a useful tool with great potential. Don’t let these misconceptions stop your business from using AI solutions.

Beijing’s plan to dominate artificial intelligence technology
(months ago)   South China Morning Post

China wants to accelerate its artificial intelligence efforts and catch up with the rest of the world by 2020.

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