1.A.I. is translating messages of long-lost languages

Researchers from MIT and Google Brain discover how to use deep learning to decipher ancient languages.

The technique can be used to read languages that died long ago.

The method builds on the ability of machines to quickly complete monotonous tasks.

Author: Paul Ratner

Read More On: Big Think

2.The US Army will test armored robotic vehicles in 2020

The US Army says that it will conduct live-fire tests of a new Robotic Combat Vehicle next year. While the tests won’t involve vehicles ultimately slated to go into combat, they will be used to show off various technologies that may later be incorporated into platforms in the future, and how soldiers might eventually utilize them on the battlefield.

Author: Andrew Liptak

Read More On: The Verge

3.The AI technique that could imbue machines with the ability to reason

At six months old, a baby won’t bat an eye if a toy truck drives off a platform and seems to hover in the air. But perform the same experiment a mere two to three months later, and she will instantly recognize that something is wrong. She has already learned the concept of gravity.

Author: Karen Hao

Read More On: MIT Technology Review

4.This AI magically removes moving objects from videos

We’ve previously seen developers harness the power of artificial intelligence (AI) to turn pitch black pics into bright colorful photos, flat images into complex 3D scenes, and selfies into moving avatars. Now, there’s an AI-powered software that effortlessly removes moving objects from videos.

Author: Mix

Read More On: The Next Web

5. Near raises $100M for an AI that merges online and offline behavior to build consumer profiles

One of the Holy Grails in the world of advertising and marketing has been finding a way to accurately capture and understand what consumers are doing throughout the day, regardless of whether it’s a digital or offline activity.

Author: Ingrid

Read More On: Tech Crunch

6.Why AI Is The Future Of Cybersecurity

61% of enterprises say they cannot detect breach attempts today without the use of AI technologies.

48% say their budgets for AI in cybersecurity will increase by an average of 29% in Fiscal Year (FY) 2020.

Breach attempts are proliferating with Cisco reporting that in 2018, they blocked seven trillion threats on behalf of their customers.

Author: LouisColumbus

Read More On: Forbes

7. These Robo-Ants Can Work Together In Swarms To Navigate Tricky Terrain

While the agility of a Spot or Atlas robot is something to behold, there’s a special merit reserved for tiny, simple robots that work not as a versatile individual but as an adaptable group. These “tribots” are built on the model of ants, and like them can work together to overcome obstacles with teamwork.

Read More On: Tech Crunch

8. 3 Ways Machine Learning Can Help Entrepreneurs

Until a decade or so ago, artificial intelligence was — for most Americans — something that existed only in the movies. Now, Alexa and Google Home have moved into numerous households and live only to please.

Author: Rashan Dixon

Read More On: Entrepreneur

9. How Artificial Intelligence Is Transforming Business Models

From the production and marketing era to the relationship and intelligence era, business models have been evolving over the centuries. Over the years, the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) has fundamentally transformed the very meaning of ideas, innovation, and inventions.

Author: Jayshree Pandya

Read More On: Forbes

10. Runway ML puts AI tools in the hands of creators everywhere

Machine learning can be a fantastic tool for creators, but integrating AI into your workflow is a challenge for those who can’t code. A new program called Runway ML aims to make this process easier by providing artists, designers, filmmakers, and others with an “app store” of machine learning applications that can be activated with a few clicks.

Read More On: The Verge