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Google's Hand-fed AI Now Gives Answers, Not Just Search Results
Humanity and AI will be inseparable, by Manuela Veloso, Head of Machine Learning, Carnegie Mellon University
Chemist AI will invent new drugs using machine learning.
Every (great) piece of software will be powered by deep learning within the next ~3 years. ~Oliver Cameron
Bots are the new apps. ~Satya Nadella
Crowdflower works to combine AI and crowdsourcing.
Machine learning is 85 percent accurate in identifying a person who is suicidal, has a mental illness but is not suicidal, or neither.
Playing House: How IBM's Watson is helping doctors diagnose the most rare and elusive illnesses...
IBM has spent more than $4 billion buying a handful of companies with vast stores of medical data for Watson AI.
Google Brain AI created its own form of encryption using deep learning.
IBM Watson Health tries to do what no pharma company has done: Solve the drug-safety puzzle.
Top myths and facts on why to be concerned about advanced AI
Alexa, Cortana, and Siri aren’t novelties anymore. They’re our terrifyingly convenient future.
Through a fantastic machine learning project, a community is teaching MerlinVision to bird.
Not robocop, but robojudge? AI Judge learns to rule in human rights cases...
We spend a great deal of time studying history, which, let's face it, is mostly the history of stupidity. ~Stephen Hawking
Why does Siri seem so dumb?
LinkedIn Adds Chatbot and Customized News Feeds
Building The LinkedIn Knowledge Graph with Machine Learning
Google's DeepMind AI can now learn from its own memory independently.
Why LinkedIn is worth $26 billion to Microsoft
We’re moving from a mobile-first world to an AI-first world... We are building a personal Google for everyone, everywhere. ~Sundar Pichai
How artificial intelligence is changing online retail forever, by Babak Hodjat, Chief Scientist at Sentient
Google aims to win the AI revolution by building a personal assistant into everything.
Samsung acquired potential Siri-killer Viv Labs, from the guys who originally created Siri, perhaps in response to Google Assistant.
The Moral Machine: Decide Who Lives in Tough Situations
Babylon Health App AI scored 92% accuracy for “check a symptom” compared to the doctor’s 82% and the nurse’s 77%.
Map of Artificial Intelligence Ethical Issues
We want to pursue democratizing AI like we pursued democratizing access to information. ~Satya Nadella
Creating economic opportunity will be the defining issue of our time. ~Jeff Weiner
Some Like It Bot: Algorithms are getting better at entertaining us.
3 Industries That Will Be Transformed By AI, Machine Learning And Big Data In The Next Decade Include Finance
Microsoft will solve cancer within 10 years by reprogramming diseased cells.
10 Horrifying Technologies That Should Never Be Allowed To Exist
Approve or Reject: Can You Moderate Five New York Times Comments?
Artificial Intelligence will eliminate 6 percent of American jobs in five years.
Artificial intelligence is hard to see.
Technology has gotten so cheap that it is now more economically viable to buy robots than it is to pay people $5 a day. ~Kaila Cobin
Remember when Elon Musk said we're living in a computer simulation? This cartoon explains.
Today's Apps Are Turning Us Into Sociopaths
Alphabet, Amazon, Facebook, IBM, and Microsoft are creating the Justice League for AI
Stanford on the State of AI
How Tech Giants Are Devising Real Ethics for Artificial Intelligence
Facebook fires trending team, and algorithm without humans goes crazy
Why AI consolidation will create the worst monopoly in US history
Google's Billion Dollar Longevity Venture Calico appointed Machine Learning expert Daphne Koller to employ AI to the science of aging.
How Pittsburgh became the heart of Uber's self-driving revolution
How an Algorithm Learned to Identify Depressed Individuals by Studying Their Instagram Photos
Beyond Siri, The Next-Generation AI Assistants Are Smarter Specialists
Can computers teach us what it means to be human?
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