Researchers claim bias in AI named entity recognition models

Twitter researchers claim to have found evidence of demographic bias in named entity recognition, the first step toward generating automated

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Locomation completes public road trial of semi-autonomous truck convoy tech

Locomation, an autonomous trucking startup headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, today revealed it successfully completed its first on-road pilot transporting commercial

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These tech trends defined 2020 so far, according to 5 founders

2020 has been quite a year. Almost every industry and aspect of how we work, learn, and communicate was turned

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Researchers discover evidence of gender bias in major computer vision APIs

The computer vision APIs offered by Google, Microsoft, and IBM exhibit gender bias when tested on self-portraits of people wearing

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‘Whiteness’ of A.I. could ‘exacerbate racial inequality’ says Cambridge Uni

The race problem with artificial intelligence (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk) Artificial intelligence (AI) has a ‘whiteness’ that stops humanity

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Why Elon Musk is wrong about Level 5 self-driving cars

“I’m extremely confident that level 5 [self-driving cars] or essentially complete autonomy will happen, and I think it will happen

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This app uses AI to make your selfies look fabulously ridiculous

Artificial intelligence has emerged in the past decade as a bedrock technology. We use it for important endeavors such as

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The AI Foundation raises $17 million to create digital AI-powered personas

The AI Foundation, which ambitiously hopes to develop “ethical,” trainable AI agents to complete tasks, today closed a $17 million

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Researchers find evidence of bias in recommender systems

In a new preprint study, researchers at the Eindhoven University of Technology, DePaul University, and the University of Colorado Boulder

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Embarking on a Python journey? Then ‘Hands-on Machine Learning’ is a must read

Writing an all-encompassing book on Python machine learning is difficult, given how expansive the field is. But reviewing one is

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101: How computer vision can shine light on your business

The human senses are our connection to the world around us. Of those, sight is a function of the reflection

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A beginner’s guide to the AI apocalypse: Humanity joins the hivemind

Welcome to the latest article in TNW’s guide to the AI apocalypse. In this series we’ll examine some of the most

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Here’s why AI didn’t save us from COVID-19

When the COVID-19 pandemic began we were all so full of hope. We assumed our technology would save us from

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Google claims its AI system can grade prostate cancer samples with 72% accuracy

In a study published today in the journal JAMA Oncology, Google researchers claim to have developed an AI system that

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Elon Musk claims his brain chip can stimulate your pleasure center

Neuralink‘s mission has never quite been clear. We know it’s working on a chip designed to be surgically inserted into

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Researchers propose game-based benchmark for AI’s commonsense reasoning

In a paper accepted to last week’s International Conference on Machine Learning, researchers at University College London and the University

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GitHub buried a data archive at the north pole in case post-apocalyptic society needs help

Dear people of the future: we’re sorry for whatever horrible thing we did that caused the apocalypse (was it nukes?

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Everything you need to know about transfer learning in AI

Today, artificial intelligence programs can recognize faces and objects in photos and videos, transcribe audio in real-time, detect cancer in

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