1. We can’t trust AI systems built on deep learning alone

Gary Marcus is not impressed by the hype around deep learning. While the NYU professor believes that the technique has played an important role in advancing AI, he also thinks the field’s current overemphasis on it may well lead to its demise.

Author: Karen Hao

Read More On: MIT Technology Review

2. AI Can Read A Cardiac MRI In 4 Seconds: Do We Still Need Human Input?

You are, and welcome to the present and the future of automated machine learning programs that have the ability to significantly increase the speed of analysis of specialized MRI scans.

Author: Dr. Robert Glatter

Read More On: Forbes

3. Google AI’s ALBERT claims top spot in multiple NLP performance benchmarks

Researchers from Google AI (formerly Google Research) and Toyota Technological Institute of Chicago have created ALBERT, an AI model that achieves state-of-the-art results that exceed human performance. ALBERT now claims first place on major NLP performance leaderboards for benchmarks like GLUE and SQuAD 2.0, and high RACE performance score.

Author: Khari Johnson

Read More On: Venture Beat

4. Human + Machine Collaboration: Work in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

In this age of Artificial Intelligence (AI), we are witnessing a transformation in the way we live, work, and do business. From robots that share our environment and smart homes to supply chains that think and act in real-time, forward-thinking companies are using AI to innovate and expand their business more rapidly than ever.

Author: Susan Fourtané

Read More On: Interesting Engineering

5. AI system as good as experts at recognising skin cancers, say researchers

Computers can classify skin cancers as successfully as human experts, according to the latest research attempting to apply artificial intelligence to health.

Author: Nicola K S Davis

Read More On: The Guardian

6. The 7 Biggest Technology Trends In 2020 Everyone Must Get Ready For Now

We are amidst the 4th Industrial Revolution, and technology is evolving faster than ever. Companies and individuals that don’t keep up with some of the major tech trends run the risk of being left behind. Understanding the key trends will allow people and businesses to prepare and grasp the opportunities.

Author: Bernard Marr

Read More On: Forbes

7. Even the AI Behind Deepfakes Can’t Save Us From Being Duped

Last week Google released several thousand deepfake videos to help researchers build tools that use artificial intelligence to spot altered videos that could spawn political misinformation, corporate sabotage, or cyberbullying.

Author: Will Knight

Read More On: Wired

8. Unbridled Adoption Of Artificial Intelligence May Result In Millions Of Job Losses And Require Massive Retraining For Those Impacted

PricewaterhouseCoopers, the large accounting and management consulting firm, released a startling report indicating that workers will be highly impacted by the fast-growing rise of artificial intelligence, robots and related technologies.

Read More On: Forbes

9. Even the world’s most advanced cities aren’t ready for the disruptions of artificial intelligence

AI, which refers to programming that can mimic human behaviors such as speaking, learning and carrying out tasks, is flourishing fast across the world, and being used in applications ranging from facial recognition to autonomous driving.

Author: Jane Li

Read More On: Quartz

10. Streamlit launches open-source machine learning application development framework

Streamlit, a new machine learning startup from industry veterans who worked at GoogleX and Zoox, launched today with a $6 million seed investment and a flexible new open-source tool to make it easier for machine learning engineers to create custom applications to interact with the data in their models.

Author: Ron Miller

Read More On: Tech Crunch