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How to stay anonymous online

How to stay anonymous online
  Anonymity networks protect people living under repressive regimes from surveillance of their Internet use. But the recent discovery of vulnerabilities in the most popular of these networks - Tor - has prompted computer scientists to try to come up with more secure anonymity schemes.
13th July 2016

2nd gen neural network software framework extends support for AI

The industry’s first software framework for embedded systems to automatically support networks generated by TensorFlow has been introduced by CEVA. The CDNN2 (CEVA Deep Neural Network), is a 2nd gen neural network software framework for machine learning.
27th June 2016

Google collaborates with researchers on AI safety

Google collaborates with researchers on AI safety
The Google Research Blog posted a message from Chris Olah of Google Research. He confirmed the publication of "a technical paper, Concrete Problems in AI Safety, a collaboration among scientists at Google, OpenAI, Stanford and Berkeley." This is great news for those who are alarmed over what limits may be over-stepped by AI systems in carrying out their actions, and whether we had better anticipate any event where an AI system does not behave according to a predesigned purpose engineered by humans.
23rd June 2016


Improved interfaces help machines and humans work together

Improved interfaces help machines and humans work together
  As machines become more intelligent, they become embedded in countless facets of life. In some ways, they can act almost as full-fledged members in human-machine teams. In such cases, as with any team, trust is a necessary ingredient for good performance. But the dynamics of trust between people and machines are not yet well-understood.
22nd June 2016

AI-powered systems to make diagnoses more accurate

AI-powered systems to make diagnoses more accurate
  A research team from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) and Harvard Medical School (HMS) recently developed AI methods aimed at training computers to interpret pathology images, with the long-term goal of building AI-powered systems to make pathologic diagnoses more accurate.
22nd June 2016

A robotics competition of two halves

A robotics competition of two halves
With football fever gripping the nation, rivals from across the world are getting ready to lock nuts and bolts at the forthcoming RoboCup 2016 robotic world championship which kicks off in Leipzig, Germany on 30 June. The University of Hertfordshire’s robot football team Bold Hearts – the oldest and most successful in the UK – will be competing against over 500 other teams from 40 countries.
21st June 2016

Researchers create 'human user manual' for robots

Researchers create 'human user manual' for robots
  With support from the Office of Naval Research (ONR), researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have created an AI software program named Quixote to teach robots to read stories, learn acceptable behaviour and understand successful ways to conduct themselves in diverse social situations.
17th June 2016

Eye-tracking system uses ordinary smartphone camera

Eye-tracking system uses ordinary smartphone camera
  For the past 40 years, eye-tracking technology - which can determine where in a visual scene people are directing their gaze - has been widely used in psychological experiments and marketing research, but it’s required pricey hardware that has kept it from finding consumer applications.
16th June 2016

AI teaching assistant fools students

AI teaching assistant fools students
College of Computing Professor Ashok Goel teaches Knowledge Based Artificial Intelligence (KBAI) every semester. It’s a core requirement of Georgia Tech’s online master’s of science in computer science programme. And every time he offers it, Goel estimates, his 300 or so students post roughly 10,000 messages in the online forums - far too many enquiries for him and his eight Teaching Assistants (TAs) to handle.
13th May 2016

Artificial intelligence could help cure breast cancer

Western University researchers are working on a way to use artificial intelligence to predict a patient’s response to two common chemotherapy medications used to treat breast cancer, paclitaxel and gemcitabine. Peter Rogan, PhD, and a team of researchers, including Stephanie Dorman, PhD, and Katherina Baranova, BMSc, at Western’s Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, are hoping to one day remove the guesswork from breast cancer treatment with this technique.
22nd September 2015


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