Artificial Intelligence News

Are you interested in artificial intelligence? Our daily artificial intelligence news digest is perfect for you. It will keep you abreast of developments in this fast-moving, exciting and controversial industry. Artificial intelligence, or AI, is a topic that has fascinated scientists, computer engineers, science fiction writers, and more for decades. It was in 1956 that serious work began with the formation of the field of AI research, but for years the discussions in public revolved around whether a computer could win a game of chess against a world champion player. Recent advances in technology, however, have created more practical applications. This includes machine learning, natural language processing and robotics. But AI sparks as much fear as it does excitement with leading research concluding that, in the near future, nearly half of the jobs in America could be done by machines using AI. And then there are scientists like Stephen Hawking warning that there needs to be a focus on safety to ensure humans can always control the machines. It is a topic that is being debated, studied and developed on a daily basis. Stay on top of it with a free daily artificial intelligence news digest from Wiser.

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LONDON & KEFLAVIK, Iceland--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Verne Global, a provider of highly optimised, secure, and 100% renewably powered data center solutions, today announced that DeepL has deployed its 5.1 petaFLOPS supercomputer in its campus. Designed to support DeepL’s artificial intelligence (AI) driven, neural network...
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The 5 Most Exciting University AI Projects
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Artificial Intelligence is one of the most exciting fields of growing technology. There are incredible advancements in AI happening on a regular basis. Many of the top universities around the world are involving themselves in some very interesting and exciting AI projects....
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Deep learning, a variation of machine learning (ML), represents the major driver toward artificial intelligence (AI). As deep learning delivers superior data fusion capabilities over other ML approaches, Gartner predicts that by 2019, deep learning will be a critical driver for best-in-class...
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Chatbots Aren't Really That Great
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Find out how AI-Fueled APIs from Neura can make interesting products more exciting and engaging. Chatbots are the new "it" things in technology today. They're computer programs that are designed to carry out conversations with users via text or speech. Famous bots...
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​Kakao to provide open tool for AI platform
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The South Korean chat giant will launch a beta version of its open development tool in October for its artificial intelligence (AI) platform Kakao I.
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PM Lee meets China's anti-corruption czar Wang Qishan; visits AI start-up in Beijing
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September 20, 2017 11:40 AM BEIJING - Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Wednesday (Sept 20) met top Chinese official Wang Qishan and visited a Chinese tech company that focuses on AI and facial recognition technologies.
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This week the RSA publishes a new report looking at the potential impact of artificial intelligence and robotics on the workforce. What are these technologies? Will they lead to the mass automation of jobs? How are employers making use of them? And...
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The rate of productivity growth in advanced economies has been falling. Optimists hope for a fourth industrial revolution, while pessimists lament that most potential productivity growth has already occurred. This column argues that data on the research effort across all industries shows...
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One of the oldest AI companies is about to start selling its chat bot DNA
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One of the biggest players in the chat bot space, Next IT, is now opening its libraries up commercially so businesses can create their own chat bots. According to the company this represents the largest repository of AI skills available for chat...
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