23 Jan 2019

The future of China’s AI industry is in the hands of just three companies

How is A.I. developing differently in the U.S. and in China? One aspect is the investment landscape. In a new MIT Technology Review article, the massive concentration of Chinese A.I. development in the hands of the three largest companies is emphasized and explored. While the country boasts 190 major A.I.

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22 Jan 2019

Biased algorithms: here’s a more radical approach to creating fairness

The increasing tendency to have algorithms, such as those used in AI technologies, make important decisions that affect our lives, raises important ethical questions. This is because many of those algorithms are infused with the same biases that undermine the capability of fair, impartial judgment in humans. In their attempt to address

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21 Jan 2019

AI has a bias problem. This is how we can solve it

James Golden, CEO of WorldQuant Predictive believes that the proliferation of artificial intelligence (AI) technology could enable us to address many of the global problems that humanity is currently facing. However, he emphasizes that there are serious limitations to the application of AI, which are rooted in the fact that AI

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15 Jan 2019

How AI Will Find You In the Crowd, Without Facial Recognition

While facial recognition has received most of the attention when it comes to artificial intelligence and tracking humans through advanced technology, it is not the only technology for the job. In fact, it is often not the best technology for the job as it relies on access to facial features

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14 Jan 2019

What If You Could Know What The Designers Of Our AI-Enabled Future Think?

To really see where we are all going with Artificial Intelligence (AI) there is no better way than asking those who are architecting the future of AI.

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14 Jan 2019

The Weaponization Of Artificial Intelligence

The rapid proliferation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies has spawned an AI arms race that makes the weaponization of AI seem inevitable. However, Jayshree Pandya, CEO of Risk Group LLC, argues that the development of autonomous weapons systems (AWS) will have serious implications that extend beyond national security and international conflict,

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11 Jan 2019

Can AI Explain Its Choices? Google Brain Scientists Developing a Translator for Artificial Intelligence

Machine learning technology has allowed deep-learning networks to teach themselves how to perform highly complicated tasks like driving, spotting insurance fraud, and making complex health diagnoses. This tremendous complexity, however, prevents people from understanding how much, if not all, of the decision processes work. A researcher with Google Brain is

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08 Jan 2019

OODA Trends 2019

OODA Founders Matt Devost & Bob Gourley provide their eccentric take on emerging technology trends for 2019.

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03 Jan 2019

AI Will Test American Values In The Battlefield

How will military leaders deal with AI that may treat troops as expendable assets to win the “game”.

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02 Jan 2019

The Boldest Predictions for Federal Technology in 2019

“Predictions are hard, which is why Nextgov turned to industry leaders with a simple request: Give us your boldest prediction for federal IT. They dove into specific initiatives like the Defense Department’s Defense Enterprise Office Solutions contract and the General Service Administration’s Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract as well as the

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