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Working with AI today as a guide to the future of work

Working with AI today as a guide to the future of work

Geoff Hinton, Turing Award winner and AI pioneer, confidently predicted in 2016 that “within five years, deep learning will outperform radiologists” and advised medical schools to “stop train radiologists now”. To which radiologist Keith Dreyer replied, “The only radiologists who will lose their jobs because of AI will be those who refuse to work with …

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Amazon Alexa wants to put your child to bed with generative AI

Amazon Alexa wants to put your child to bed with generative AI

Amazon Alexa’s Create with Alexa feature uses conversational and generative AI to create unique stories after users select a theme, character, descriptive word, and color. Leo Zou/Amazon While researchers applaud Amazon’s safeguards to ensure the technology is safe for children, some experts worry that generative AI could trick children into believing these algorithms are smarter …

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As AI Rises, Lawmakers Try to Catch Up

As AI Rises, Lawmakers Try to Catch Up

From “smart” vacuum cleaners to driverless cars to advanced disease diagnosis techniques, artificial intelligence has found its way into every area of ​​modern life. Its proponents believe it is revolutionizing the human experience, but critics point out that the technology risks handing over to machines the responsibility for life-changing decisions. Regulators in Europe and North …

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College girls from Notre Dame go on an "artificial intelligence" excursion

College girls from Notre Dame go on an “artificial intelligence” excursion

College girls from Notre Dame go on an “artificial intelligence” excursion Eighth grade girls received hands-on experience learning about emerging technologies Updated: 6:49 PM CST December 6, 2022 Hide transcript View Transcript CLASSROOM. >> IF I CODE A CODE, WHAT SHOULD MY CODE LOOK LOOK LIKE? MALLORY A PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN: MSOE AND NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL GIVES …

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AI haiku are getting better - at least in Japanese

AI haiku are getting better – at least in Japanese

Researchers from Kyoto University have found that people have trouble distinguishing AI-generated haiku from those written by human poets, and that human/AI collaborations have led to the most interesting haiku. But maybe it only works in Japanese. Researchers from Kyoto University have found that people have trouble distinguishing AI-generated products … [+] haikus from those …

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Powering the last mile with industry-specific AI solutions

Powering the last mile with industry-specific AI solutions

You are reading Entrepreneur India, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media. Data is growing exponentially and is integral to the operation and success of many industries around the world. Data allows organizations to establish baselines and benchmarks and set strategic goals. Additionally, data allows leaders to uncover meaningful patterns and make more informed decisions. With …

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Microsoft Hires Former Everbridge, Publicis Sapient Exec For AI, Design Role |  CRN

Microsoft Hires Former Everbridge, Publicis Sapient Exec For AI, Design Role | CRN

Cloud News Wade Tyler Millward December 05, 2022, 5:31 PM EST John Maeda now holds the title of vice president of design and artificial intelligence at Microsoft. Microsoft has hired John Maeda, an influential technologist and former chief technology officer of Everbridge, as its new vice president of design and artificial intelligence, according to its …

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AWS Announces General Availability of Amazon Omics

AWS Announces General Availability of Amazon Omics

At re:Invent, AWS announced the general availability of Amazon Omics, a managed service for storing, analyzing, and building genomics, transcriptomics, and other omics data. The service is designed for healthcare and life science organizations to improve patient care and advance scientific research. Amazon Omics provides scalable workflows and built-in tools for omics data preparation and …

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