Archive | November, 2019

NBA Partners With GameOn Technology In Launching AI Chatbot On Facebook Messenger

As sports move into the new decade, it can be argued that the key new technologies that will define tech’s impact will be the influx of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) related to how teams conduct their business…

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China makes it a criminal offense to publish deepfakes or fake news without disclosure

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China has released a new government policy designed to prevent the spread of fake news and misleading videos created using artificial intelligence, otherwise known as deepfakes. The new rule, reported earlier today by Reuters,…

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An Aerospace Company’s First Foray Into Robotics Takes Flight

These are custom panels (gauges, switches, knobs and lights) that go into the cockpits of airplanes.

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Sleepwalkers Podcast: What Happens When Machines Find Their Creative Muse

Artificial intelligence algorithms are creating portraits, movies, and music, though the results are often … mechanical. 

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Why You’ll Be Thankful And Leave A Tip After Riding In A Self-Driving Car

People will be tempted to tip a self-driving car, here’s why.

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Demystifying AI: What’s Fiction, and What’s Worth Fanfare?

As artificial intelligence drives a fourth industrial revolution, fears and doubts about AI are pervasive. In the first industrial revolution, machines began replacing manual labor, and there were human concerns over the change. Here is demystifying AI. What’s fiction and…

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Who’s Regulating Self-Driving Cars? Often, No One

Two hearings reveal that neither the federal government nor many states are monitoring the hundreds of self-driving vehicles being tested on US roads.

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Gorgias raises $14M to help e-commerce companies deliver faster (and more lucrative) customer service

Gorgias, a startup offering artificial intelligence tools for customer service and support, is announcing that it has raised $14 million in Series A funding.

Co-founder and CEO Romain Lapeyre told me that the startup is taking advantage of a broader…

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