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The Role of AI in Mental Health

A Harvard trained psychiatrist says that ongoing advances in Machine Learning (ML) coupled with Natural Language Processing (NLP) or even Computer Vision would make it easy to potentially predict future impairments in a subject’s mental capacities, based on speech or facial patterns.

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Will Artificial Intelligence Ever Live Up to Its Hype?

Replication problems plague the field of AI, and the goal of general intelligence remains as elusive as ever.

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Light-based Quantum Computer Exceeds Fastest Classical Supercomputers

The setup of lasers and mirrors effectively “solved” a problem far too complicated for even the largest traditional computer system.

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The Role of Artificial Intelligence in e-Learning

AI market is forecasted to reach $190.61 billion by 2025, reshaping a lot of industries, including e-learning.

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A Robot is Better Than a Real Pet?

Surprisingly, there were good arguments favouring therapeutic robots instead of real pets.

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The 5 Biggest Mistakes Companies Make With Chatbots

Like many other AI-driven technologies, chatbots have become a key technology trend. Today, businesses big and small are using chatbots to interact with their customers, drive sales, solve user problems, and more.

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Fuzzing (fuzz testing) Tutorial: What It Is and How Can It Improve Application Security?

Dr. David Brumley, a professor at Carnegie Mellon University and CEO of ForAllSecure, explains what Fuzzing is and how companies can use it to improve application security and speed up their software development life cycle.

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How to Use Human and Artificial Intelligence with Digital Twins

Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), artificial intelligence (AI), user interface technologies such as augmented reality and virtual reality can help the form and function of digital twins to improve training, operations and outcomes.

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The Gap: Where Machine Learning Education Falls Short

As the field of machine learning has become ever more popular, a litany of online courses has emerged claiming to teach the skills necessary to “build a career in AI”.

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Big Job Ahead for “Smart” Service Robots

"Global study suggests 82% of people believe Robots can support their mental health better than humans."

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The Newest Workplace Phobia Isn’t Cleanliness, It’s AI

AI’s rise isn’t without its challenges but when it comes to workplace phobia, “we have nothing to fear, but fear itself.”

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The Evolution of Robotic Automation

A new generation of smarter, more versatile and affordable robots is helping distribution centers function at levels far higher than ever before.

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Omdia: AI to help drive robotics revenue to $286bn by 2026

Despite the global pandemic, emerging applications are estimated to increase the worldwide robotics market revenue to $286 billion by 2026, according to research firm Omdia.

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“Area 32” – How the Brain Balances Emotion and Reason

The area maintains emotional equilibrium by relaying information between cognitive and emotional brain regions.

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New Covid-19 Swab Test Robot Offers Safe, More Comfortable Procedure for Patients

The machine, which is 35cm by 40cm, and 49cm high, was developed by clinicians from the National Cancer Centre Singapore (NCCS), the Singapore General Hospital (SGH) and Duke-NUS Medical School , in collaboration with medical robotics company Biobot Surgical.

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Robots in the Wild: Viewing Robots Through a Mission Lens

The field of robotics is advancing so fast it’s hard to keep up. Armed with these newfound capabilities, robots are literally pushing new boundaries.

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Robotics Investments Trends; Are Amazon Drone Deliveries Coming?

The Robot Report Podcast, a podcast which brings conversations with robotics innovators straight to you. Tune in every Wednesday for discussions with leading roboticists, innovative robotics companies, and other key members of the robotics community.

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COVID-19 Poised to Build a Robotic Ecosystem

One of the areas in which robotics has made the most progress has been at the front lines of coronavirus response assisting health workers and scientists.

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Robotic Cats Help Senior Citizens Ward Off Loneliness During COVID-19

“One of the best finds for combating these feelings are robo-pets. The power of these little 'cuddlers' is stunning..."

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Robot-Friendly Workplaces: Japan Sees Shared Rules Paving Path

Public-private project looks to expand technology beyond manufacturing.

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UK Police Scrap AI Prototype Designed to Predict Serious Violence

British police have stopped testing a government-funded artificial intelligence system created to predict gun and knife violence, due to significant failures with its accuracy.

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Gartner: How to Prevent AI Dangers with Ethical AI

Any organization developing or using AI solutions needs to make sure that the potential dangers of AI don’t tarnish their brand, draw regulatory attention, lead to boycotts or destroy business value.

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A New AI Language Model Generates Poetry and Prose

GPT-3 can be eerily human-like—for better and for worse.

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Detecting Heart Disease in the Blink of an AI

Dr. Carolyn Lam, co-founder of medical technology startup eKo.ai, is hoping to turn the tide in the battle against heart disease by using artificial intelligence.

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COVID-19 Drives AI adoption: Capgemini

Nearly half of customers find AI-enabled interactions to be trustworthy.

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How Managers Can Enable AI Talent in Organizations

Leading a successful AI-enabled workforce requires key hiring, training, and risk management considerations.

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Contract Negotiation Today: Embracing The AI Way

Companies need to be supported by contract management intelligence right now so they can pivot, rebuild their supply chain and account for critical risks – and they need AI to get them there.

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New AI Predicts Which Planets are Going to Smash Into Each Other

A team of NASA astrophysicists has put the fate of entire star systems in the hands of an AI algorithm.

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We Have Already Let The Genie Out of The Bottle

"it's not artificial intelligence we have most to fear but artificial single-mindedness"

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Omdia: AI Software Revenue Projected to Reach $99 Billion in 2025

As the world struggles with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, AI software revenue is estimated to reach $99 billion in 2025, according to the latest report by analyst firm Omdia

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Is Digital Art Coming of Age Under COVID?

At a time when museums and art galleries have closed their doors to art lovers, has the time come for digital art? Art that has been digitised, but also art that is born digital, especially video art?

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Tim O’Reilly - ‘COVID-19 is an Opportunity to Break the Current Economic Paradigm’

A big name in the tech world, O’Reilly has consistently put forward interesting ideas about the role of technology in industry and society. He sees COVID-19 as an opportunity to create real change.

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Interserve Construction Awarded £92mn Contracts in June

International support services, construction and equipment group, Interserve, has secured contracts to a total value of over £92 million during June.

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Space Robots to Sweep Up Orbiting Debris

Low Earth Orbit (LEO) overcrowded with space junk jeopardizes manned and unmanned missions. Robots for trash roundup, disposal, even space repairs, getting ready to ensure satellite safety

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AI can Turbo-Charge Business, Little or Large

AI is all the rage, but do small and medium businesses truly understand it? That is the question.

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Researchers: This AI Can Judge Personality Based on Selfies Alone

Could this neural network really be better at predicting personality traits than humans?

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Feds Issue AI Challenge to Predict Risks of COVID-19

The VHA says top performers may be invited to contribute to a manuscript, present at a conference or continue developing tools through the VHA Innovation Ecosystem.

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How Intelligent Is Your AI?

Ask these four questions to tell if your AI solution is really AI.

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New Industry-Led Alliances Created to Pursue Growth, Generate New Jobs in Seven Key Areas

Partnerships between industry players and the Government - will aim to rapidly prototype new ideas in a bid to grow the country's economy.

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Robots Could Be Coming for Pandemic-Hit Jobs, McKinsey Says

"COVID-19 could accelerate some of the displacement once projected to take ten years," the report authors said

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Humans Will Add to AI’s Limitations

Perceptron, a distant ancestor of modern machine-learning algorithms.

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A Supernumerary Robotic Arm Adds Functionality for Carrying Out Common Tasks

This waist-mounted robot arm is as light as a human arm, but powerful enough to smash through walls.

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8 AI Companies Generating Creative Advertising Content

The advances in natural language processing (NLP) and natural language generation (NLG) of the last few years have made artificial intelligence a part of copywriter teams.

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Microsoft is Laying Off Journalists and Replacing Them with AI

According to the software giant, the latest moves are unrelated to the COVID-19 pandemic, and are simply a result of routine business evaluations.

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The Great Corporate AI Arms Race

Companies now build up their AI/ML arsenal, not unlike atomic weapon build-up in the past

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Certis Debuts AI Technology To Identify Aedes Mosquitoes

Artificial intelligence (AI) is being used to recognise mosquito species fast and help fight dengue fever in Singapore.

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5 Ways Smart Cities Can Defend Against Pandemics

Smart city technology will play a major role in stopping the spread in densely populated, urban areas.

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Uncovering the Connection Between Digital Maturity and Financial Performance

Last year’s digital transformation survey found that enterprises that apply seven “digital pivots” broadly and deeply tend to perform better financially. This year, we investigate why.

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Future Ready: The New Version of School

School leaders have about 90 days to get future ready. For many, it will require four infrastructure decisions and four innovation decisions.

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Exploring AI Dependence Upon ‘Artificial Stupidity’ For Autonomous Cars

The role of Artificial Stupidity needs to be included in the discussion of Artificial Intelligence for self-driving cars, to be realistic.

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Choosing Between Life and Death During COVID-19: The A.I. Trolley Problem

What if, instead of leaving such morally-challenging decisions to a human, an A.I. would handle this burden? Would it alleviate the psychological toll on the medical staff?

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AI, Robots, and Ethics in the Age of COVID-19

Before COVID-19, most people had some degree of apprehension about robots and artificial intelligence.

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AI, Robots, and Ethics in the Age of COVID-19

We’ve seen an acceleration of the use of robotics to do the jobs of humans who have been ordered to stay at home or who have been redeployed within the workplace.

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AI transparency: What is it and why do we need it?

While organizations are utilizing AI technology, there isn't a clear understanding of how it works. Here, we explore the benefits and drawbacks of the lack of transparency in AI.

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10 Ways Robots Fight Against the COVID-19 Pandemic

The novel coronavirus crisis has increased public interest in robotic technologies and artificial intelligence, seen as effective resources in combating the pandemic.

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Service Robots Head to Pandemic’s Frontlines

Meet FACO: New Breed of AI-Powered, Multi-Tasking Service Robots

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How Former Coal Miners Became Mobile Robot Techs

Robots are often viewed as a threat to human jobs and our future. But not in this story.

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AI Uncovers a Potential Treatment for Covid-19 Patients

Software suggested an arthritis drug might quell an out-of-control immune response that damages the lungs. Now it's being tested in a clinical trial.

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How This Pandemic Is Changing How We Live Our Daily Lives

"We have an innate longing to share our lives with family, friends and partners. This social interaction is important but it is often complex..."

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What About Flattening the Infodemic Curve?

Leveraging ethical AI and human-centric product design to treat the chronic disease of the digital economy.

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Coronavirus: The Role of AI in the ‘War’ Against Epidemics and Pandemics

Data science is stepping up to back up medical science and to prepare humanity better for future pandemics.

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The Rise of the AI-Powered Company in the Post-Crisis World

Through machine learning and advanced data analytics, AI will help companies detect new consumption patterns and deliver “hyperpersonalized” products to online customers.

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AI Singapore: Empowering a Smart Nation

AI Singapore (AISG) was launched in June 2017 as an integrated, impact-driven, research and innovation program in artificial intelligence (AI) for the entire country.

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AI vs Automation: 6 Ways To Spot Fake AI

Is that really artificial intelligence - or just automation, being described as AI? Let's explore the difference - and six possible signs of AI washing

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3 Ways Robots Can Drive Inclusion in the Workplace

The report found that technological advancements may create 133 million new jobs by 2020. In addition to creating jobs, automation can help create a more inclusive future of work.

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‘Trustworthy AI’ is a Framework to Help Manage Unique Risk

With the continued rapid expansion of artificial intelligence, businesses are facing challenges that are more human than machine.

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Don’t Get Caught On The Wrong Side Of The AI Divide

Amazon.com and other retailers that are embracing artificial intelligence (AI) and omnichannel strategies are on one side.

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Could Robot Nurses Help Save Frontline Workers During Pandemics Like COVID-19?

Sustin-based startup diligent robotics has brought to market a robot nurse that is designed to reduce workloads.

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China Opened An Entire Hospital Staffed With Robots

The facility, dubbed the Smart Field Hospital, carried out basic screening tasks such as tracking temperature, heart rate and blood oxygen levels, taken care of by robots, courtesy of Beijing-based startup CloudMinds.

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Answering the Question Why: Explainable AI

Investments in AI may well hinge upon such visual methods for demonstrating causation between events analyzed by Machine Learning.

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Opportunities for Greater Use of AI in Smart Cities

Using the power of AI, smart city systems can create municipal systems and services that not only operate more efficiently but also provide significant benefits to workers and visitors.

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An AI That Mimics How Mammals Smell Recognizes Scents Better Than Other AI

Using the mammalian brain as a blueprint, scientists designed an artificial neural network that can keep learning new aromas without forgetting others.

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Rise Of The Machines: IT Looks Like Boom Time For AI in Singapore

We still have trust issues with AI. How should we regulate it?

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Will Quantum Computing Define The Future Of AI?

TensorFlow Quantum (TFQ) will bridge that gap and will make it possible for developers/users to create hybrid AI algorithms combining both traditional and quantum computing techniques.

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Robotics Investments Recap: February 2020

This past month, The Robot Report and sibling site Robotics Business Review tracked a total of 25 reported investments, mergers, and acquisitions across automation. The reported values were worth a total of $1.19 billion.

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How To Make AI Work In Extreme Conditions?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) can be applied to a lot of industrial environments to save costs and to improve processes.

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How AI is Future-Proofing the Cities of Tomorrow

The concept of “smart cities” is no longer confined to the realms of futuristic science fiction—they’re quickly becoming part of our everyday reality.

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Would You Work With A Robot?

In the near future, will some of us have robotic colleagues?

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Covariant and ABB Partner to Deploy Integrated AI Robotic Solutions

ABB, the world-leading supplier of industrial robots, and Silicon Valley AI start-up, Covariant, today announced a partnership to bring AI-enabled robotics solutions to market, starting with a fully autonomous warehouse order fulfilment solution martech news.

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How Hard Will The Robots Make Us Work?

In warehouses, call centers, and other sectors, intelligent machines are managing humans, and they’re making work more stressful, grueling, and dangerous

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AI Laws are Coming

The pace of adoption for AI and cognitive technologies continues unabated with widespread, worldwide, rapid adoption.

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Alibaba Says AI Can Identify Coronavirus Infections With 96% Accuracy

New algorithm can complete disease recognition process within 20 seconds.

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APARA Sees The Need To Leverage AI in Caring For The Elderly

The Government has projected that one in four Singaporeans will be aged 65 or older by 2030.

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This Robot Uses Artificial Intelligence With Deep Learning To Recycle Better

This collaborative robot uses artificial intelligence to help humans recycle more efficiently and reliably.

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AI and Robotics Can Lend A Helping Hand In Many Sectors

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotics are among the new technologies underpinning the shift towards Industry 4.0

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Bias in Data‐Driven Artificial Intelligence Systems - An Introductory Survey

The goal of this survey is to provide a broad multidisciplinary overview of the area of bias in AI systems, focusing on technical challenges and solutions as well as to suggest new research directions towards approaches well‐grounded in a legal frame.

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How to Ensure Artificial Intelligence Benefits Society

Leading artificial-intelligence researcher Stuart Russell shares in a conversation with James Manyika why a new approach for AI is necessary.

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5 Ways Companies Can Adopt Ethical AI

In 2014, Stephen Hawking said that AI would be humankind’s best or last invention. Six years later, as we welcome 2020, companies are looking at how to use Artificial Intelligence (AI) in their business to stay competitive. The question they are facing is how to evaluate whether the AI products they use will do more harm than good.

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How New Human-Machine Collaborations Could Make Government Organizations More Efficient

Most of today’s jobs will not be here tomorrow. The World Economic Forum predicts that 65 percent of children entering primary school today will ultimately end up working in completely new job types that don’t exist today.

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Four Ways Quantum Computing Will Change Artificial Intelligence Forever

If science were a dating app, quantum physics and machine learning probably wouldn’t be a match.

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AIBotics 2020: AI and Robotics Event Themed Around "Augmenting Human Potential"

APARA (Asia Pacific Assistive Robotics Association), and Sphere Exhibits (a subsidiary of Singapore Press Holdings), is hosting a new trade show to drive Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotics.

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How Digital Twins Are Reinventing Innovation

From faster and cheaper drug trials to fully “conscious” cities, digital replicas are changing the face and pace of innovation.

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The Problem With AI: Machines Are Learning Things, But Can’t Understand Them

Whenever a company says it’s coming out with a new “AI” feature, it generally means that the company is using machine learning to build a neural network. “Machine learning” is a technique that lets a machine “learn” how to better perform on a specific task.

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Don’t Trust AI Until We Build Systems That Earn Trust

Progress in artificial intelligence belies a lack of transparency that is vital for its adoption, says Gary Marcus, coauthor of “Rebooting AI”

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Singapore Launches New AI Strategy

Singapore has long served as a bastion of technological advancement, and is undoubtedly one of the most connected and innovative countries in the world.

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Singapore's Sweeping AI Plans Show Why it is World's Most Competitive Economy

Singapore's Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat is right to put artificial intelligence (AI) at the forefront of the city-state's plans to transform the economy.

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Regulator to study how AI will affect workers in Singapore

Singapore's next step on the artificial intelligence (AI) frontier will be to study the technology's impact on workers.

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AI会议:政府与业界须探讨 如何管制使用人工智能科技

采用人工智能科技,不论是用来推动医疗发展或打造智慧城市,都可能涉及一定的道德问题,政府和业界须探讨如何对此进行管制与教育,来更好地落实这项科技。

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Trying to get on Robots' softer side

The time has come for robots to leave factories and enter homes, one new industry group here believes.

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