On Monday, Microsoft announced it is expanding its partnership with artificial intelligence research company OpenAI to build supercomputing AI technology for its cloud. That partnership is both technological and financial, with Microsoft investing $1 billion in OpenAI.
3. IBM launches open ML dataset hub curated for the enterprise
The IBM Data Asset eXchange provides free and open datasets for machine learning, with quality and licensing term checks that should make it simpler for businesses to use.
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4. Should robots ever look like us?
Whether it is Isaac Asimov’s robotics novels, 1980s movie character Johnny 5, Hollywood’s Avengers: The Age of Ultron or Channel 4’s sci-fi drama Humans, there has long been a fascination in popular culture with robots becoming sentient – beings that can experience feelings and human-like consciousness.
5. Everyday Applications of Artificial Intelligence That Affect Your Daily Life
Artificial intelligence is here. Or better yet it has been here for a while. If you have been waiting for some grandeur AI revolution to spring forth and a Skynet war to commence, the good news is that it has not started… yet.
6. Earlier Versions Of Faceapp Were Incredibly Racist
If you’ve spent any amount of time on social media this week, you’ve probably noticed all your friends, family members, and followers suddenly look a lot older.
7.This bot could ruin online poker
Pluribus, an AI program, has demonstrated it can beat human pros in six-player, no-limit Texas Hold ‘Em, the most popular variant of online poker, according to its creators, researchers from Facebook and Carnegie Mellon University.
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8. AI could help make robots cheaper without limiting their abilities
Transfer learning, the ability to use knowledge previously gained from one context in another, could teach cheap robots to perform as well as expensive ones.
9. IBM Just Made Its Cancer-Fighting AI Projects Open-Source
IBM recently developed three artificial intelligence tools that could help medical researchers fight cancer. Now, the company has decided to make all three tools open-source, meaning scientists will be able to use them in their research whenever they please, according to ZDNet.
10. Your AI Efforts Won’t Succeed Unless They Benefit Employees
Automation and AI are often perceived by companies that leverage them as an important source of labor productivity. Many workers in such companies, however, tend to see the adoption of these and other technologies as putting their jobs in jeopardy or creating more stressful workplaces.