US Military Horrified by Chinese Military Spending Money on Exact Same Crap They Do
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US Military Horrified by Chinese Military Spending Money on Exact Same Crap They Do

It appears that China's "doomsday” weaponry pipeline is more American than its critics realize. Ryan Fedasiuk, a Georgetown military
This Company Tapped AI for Its Website—and Landed in Court
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This Company Tapped AI for Its Website—and Landed in Court

Anthony Murphy, a visually impaired man from Erie, Pennsylvania visited Eyebobs' website last year using screen reader software. The page's content
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AI skin cancer diagnoses risk being less accurate for dark skin – study

Research suggests that AI systems for diagnosing skin cancer could be less accurate in people with darker skin. AI's potential has led to advances
RE:WIRED 2021: Timnit Gebru Says Artificial Intelligence Needs to Slow Down
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RE:WIRED 2021: Timnit Gebru Says Artificial Intelligence Needs to Slow Down

Researchers in artificial intelligence are confronted with a problem: How can you ensure that decisions are accountable when the decision maker
Nvidia wants to fill the virtual and physical worlds with AI avatars
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Nvidia wants to fill the virtual and physical worlds with AI avatars

Nvidia announced Omniverse Avatar, a platform that allows virtual agents to be created. Nvidia claims that the platform can power a variety of
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NVIDIA's new AI brain for robots is six times more powerful than its predecessor

NVIDIA launched a new follow-up to its Jetson AGX Xavier ($1,100 AI brain for robots) that it released in 2018. The Jetson AGX Orin module has six
The Turing Test Is Bad For Business
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The Turing Test Is Bad For Business

WIRED IDEAS Daron Acemoglu, an Institute Professor at MIT, is the author of five books. Five books have been written by him, including the New York
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H2O.ai raises $100M at a $1.6B pre-money valuation for tools to make AI usable by any kind of enterprise – TechCrunch

H2O.ai, a startup that developed both an open-source and proprietary framework that makes it easier for enterprises to create and operate artificial
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How one startup is shaking up the consumer trading boom – TechCrunch

The TechCrunch Exchange is back! This weekly newsletter focuses on startups and markets. It is named after the TechCrunch+ daily column. You want it
Tagalong robots follow you to learn where you go
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Tagalong robots follow you to learn where you go

Amazon's home robot Astro was first shown following a person when it was introduced earlier this year. It's a simple idea, but it has captured the