1. The Risks of Using AI to Interpret Human Emotions

AI is often also not sophisticated enough to understand cultural differences in expressing and reading emotions, making it harder to draw accurate conclusions. … For one thing, emotions are inherently difficult to read. For another, there’s often a disconnect between what people say they feel and what they actually feel.

Author: Mark Purdy

Read More On: Harvard Business Review

2. 4 Ways to Address Gender Bias in AI

Any examination of bias in AI needs to recognize the fact that these biases mainly stem from humans’ inherent biases. The models and systems we create and train are a reflection of ourselves.

Author: Josh Feast

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3. Jensen Huang interview — Nvidia can shake off rivals that have complicated and untested AI solutions

Intel just announced its first graphics processing unit (GPU), the Ponte Vecchio, to compete with Nvidia for handling AI in supercomputers. But Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang isn’t worried. I spoke with Huang on a brief call after his company posted $3.01 billion in revenue for the quarter ended October 31.

Author: Dean Takahashi

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4. The 6 Career-Defining Tech Trends In 2020 Everyone Must Prepare For Now

Our workplaces are changing thanks to new technologies that are being deployed. These technologies, including natural language processing, robotics, chatbots, and more, promise the opportunity to enhance the customer experience, create efficiencies, and reduce costs.

Author: Bernard Marr

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5. The USPTO wants to know if artificial intelligence can own the content it creates

The US office responsible for patents and trademarks is trying to figure out how AI might call for changes to copyright law, and it’s asking the public for opinions on the topic. The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) published a notice in the Federal Register last month saying it’s seeking comments, as spotted by TorrentFreak.

Author: Dani Deahl

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6. To Understand The Future of AI, Study Its Past

A schism lies at the heart of the field of artificial intelligence. Since its inception, the field has been defined by an intellectual tug-of-war between two opposing philosophies: connectionism and symbolism. These two camps have deeply divergent visions as to how to “solve” intelligence, with differing research agendas and sometimes bitter relations.

Author: Rob Toews

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7. Artificial Intelligence Will Enable the Future, Blockchain Will Secure It.

Speaking at BlockShow Asia 2019, Todalarity CEO Toufi Saliba posed a hypothetical question to the audience: “How many people would take a pill that made you smarter, knowing they can be controlled by a social entity?” No one raised their hand, and he was unsurprised.

Author: Kristina Lucrezia Cornèr

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8. Security robots are mobile surveillance devices, not human replacements

Security robots are slowly becoming a more common sight in malls, offices, and public spaces. But while these bots are often presented as replacements for human security guards — friendly robots on patrol — they’re collecting far more data than humans could, suggesting they’re more like mobile surveillance machines than conventional guards.

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9. Elon Musk Said His AI Brain Chips Company Could ‘Solve’ Autism and Schizophrenia

Elon Musk believes his neural technology company Neuralink will be able to “solve” schizophrenia and autism. Speaking on the Artificial Intelligence podcast with Lex Fridman, published Tuesday, Musk was asked what he thinks are the most exciting impacts he foresees for his company Neuralink.

Author: Isobel Asher Hamilton

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10. IBM boss Ginni Rometty urges businesses to widen the hiring pool to fill skills gap

IBM president and CEO Ginni Rometty has outlined that for any enterprise to scale artificial intelligence (AI), or any other technologies like blockchain and quantum computing, across its business, having relevant skills will be one of the “critical success factors”.

Author: Aimee Chanthadavong

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