Articles about AI (Artificial Intelligence)

Google’s AI Can Transform Your Photos Into The Style Of Famous Artists
Each artist has their own distinct style. This is what makes art in general unique, although in the art world, there are certain styles that seem to be more popular than others. Of course, not all of us are able to mimic the styles of another artist, but Google wants to help with a new feature they’re introducing in its Arts & Culture app.

Experimental App Wants To See If It Can Detect COVID-19 By Listening To Your Voice
Testing for the COVID-19 virus is critical at this point in time. This is because it will help governments identify who has been infected and quarantine them to help stop the spread of the virus. Unfortunately, the problem with the virus is that in some cases, there are those who have been infected but are asymptomatic, meaning that they do not display any signs of being sick.

IBM Supercomputer Helps Identify 77 Drugs That Could Treat The Coronavirus
At the moment, there is no known cure or vaccine for the coronavirus that is plaguing the world. Vaccines have been developed, but their effectiveness has yet to be determined as human trials have only just begun. As for treatments, there have been some drugs discovered that could prove to be effective, but their tests have only been conducted on small scales which means that it is unclear if it […]

Intel Is Making A Chip That Will Smell Things Like A Human
Even though there are loads of projects that try to create an artificial neural network – Intel seems to be doing something interesting.It looks like Intel is developing a computer chip that can potentially smell things like a human does.Intel believes that they have built an algorithm that mimics the brain activity of a human being when we smell something and the chip will utilize that to detect the smell.As […]


Alibaba’s AI System Can Detect Coronavirus In Seconds With High Accuracy
So we’ve seen the use of AI in the medical sector where it is designed to pick up and detect things that humans might miss. Now it looks like that AI is being applied to the current pandemic, the coronavirus. This is thanks to Chinese tech giant Alibaba who recently developed an AI system that can detect the coronavirus in patients.

Robots Can Learn To Set The Table By Watching Humans
If you eat by yourself, there is a good chance you can’t really be bothered to set the table. However, if you are throwing a fancy dinner party, then learning how to properly set a table is important, especially if there are guests in attendance that you want to impress. The good news is that in the future, you might be able to get a robot to do it.

Researchers Develop AI That Can More Efficiently Map The Earth’s Underground Structures
Despite all our technological advancements and scientific breakthroughs over the millennia, there is still a lot about our world that we do not know. Take for example the deepest parts of the ocean, what exactly is down there? That still remains something of a mystery. However, thanks to the use of AI, it seems that we could be close to discovering more about the planet we inhabit.

AI Powered Sensor Can Detect Heart Failure In Advance
Our smartwatches have gotten pretty good at being able to detect heart problems, or at least notify the wearer that something could be wrong. This is great because these are problems that might not have been picked up until it is too late, and we have heard multiple stories of how people have had their lives saved due to early detection.

Sony, Prophesee Announce Development Of Stacked Event-Based Vision Sensor
One of the main hardware components that helps determine how good a camera captures images is its sensor. While the marketing department of companies tend to focus on the megapixel mount of the sensors, there is more to it than that, where there have been innovations made that we think might be more interesting than the camera’s resolution.

AI Helps Discover Powerful New Antibiotics That Can Fight Drug-Resistant Strains
Whenever you suffer from an infection, doctors generally prescribe antibiotics. The problem with antibiotics is that it’s a seemingly never-ending game of whack-a-mole, where what might work today, might not work the next. This is because bacteria mutates and evolves where it eventually gets to the point that the antibiotic you took might not work anymore.

Indian Politician Uses AI To Translate His Speech Into Other Languages
One of the problems with AI these days is that it can be used to create deepfakes. Unlike regular photoshopping or video editing, deepfakes are harder to detect and can come across more realistic, thus making it dangerous (although in some cases, highly entertaining).

Chatbots Help Foil The Attempts Of Sex Traffickers
Sex trafficking is a pretty huge deal and one that many law enforcement agencies around the world and various organizations are trying to put a stop to. However, it looks like at least temporarily, might have foiled the efforts of sex traffickers, thanks to the work of a non-profit group that employed the use of chatbots.

AI Can Now Be Used To Automatically Rewrite Outdated Text In Wikipedia Entries
One of the reasons why Wikipedia is so successful is that it relies largely on user contributions. This allowed the platform to grow and populate with all manner of articles and content. However, the problem is that sometimes certain articles might not be updated with the latest information or text, meaning that there might be times you come across a Wikipedia entry with outdated text.

AI-Enabled Eye Tracking Can Help Monitor Multiple Sclerosis
Right now, there are no specific tests that can detect multiple sclerosis, a neurological disease. Instead, to diagnose the issue in patients, a series of tests are required to rule out other possible conditions, which involve blood tests, an MRI, and in some instances, a spinal tap (which can be a painful process).