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Google Reportedly Decides Not To Renew Its Military AI Contract

06/01/2018, Recently it was discovered that Google had taken on a military contract in which they would be helping develop AI for use in drones, where it would be used to speed up the analysis of drone footage by classifying images of objects and people. This was...

Study Finds AI Can Detect Skin Cancer More Accurately Than Doctors

05/29/2018, It is not surprising that we’re seeing an uptick in AI being used in the medical field, where even governments are backing such initiatives. There is good reason for this, because unlike humans, computers don’t get tired and they aren’t biased,...

AI Could Be Used To Help Predict When Protests Might Turn Violent

05/29/2018, Protests can be useful to help bring attention to a certain topic, but sometimes protests can turn violent which is unfortunate, which is why police are usually deployed to monitor protests and to help keep the peace. However whether or not a protest has...


Future Sony Smartphone Cameras Could Be Powered By AI

05/29/2018, It used to be that back in the day, cameras on our smartphones were just that, cameras. You wanted to take a photo? You just point it at the thing you want to snap, press the button, and you’re good to go. For the most part that’s how all smartphone...

FDA Approves Use Of AI Tool That Detects Wrist Fractures

05/28/2018, To detect a fracture, you’d usually have to get the part of your body X-rayed, after which a doctor will then examine it to look for the fracture. Sometimes it can be missed, depending on how small the fracture can be, which is why it is good news that...

Samsung Wants To Put AI In All Of Its Products By 2020

05/23/2018, As we’re starting to see more companies turn to the use of AI and including AI-like features and functionality into products, it’s not surprising to hear that Samsung wants to head down that path as well. This was revealed by the company in a report...

Google’s Duplex Will Let Callers Know They Are Talking To A Bot

05/11/2018, One of the fascinating things that Google showed off during Google I/O was their advancement in AI, where they unveiled a new system called Duplex that could make calls of behalf of the user and speak to human beings and respond naturally. So much so that...

Self-Learning Robots Could Soon Be Used To Inspect Nuclear Sites

05/07/2018, There are obvious dangers to sending humans to inspect nuclear sites, especially if those nuclear sites might be leaking, have leaked, or are hazardous. Granted there are safety measures in place to try and protect humans who do these jobs, but it is...