Category: Machine Learning, AI

Europe Rights Group Warns of Risk of Using AI

The European Union’s rights watchdog has cautioned against using artificial intelligence in predictive policing, medical diagnoses and targeted advertising as they go over rules for next year to address the issues the technology may bring. Although AI is widely used…

Artificial Visual System for the Next-Gen of AI

City University of Hong Kong (CityU) led a research that developed an artificial visual system that consumes low power to imitate the human brain. During an experiment, it successfully carried out some data-intensive cognitive tasks. The results of that experiment…

New App Alerts Users About Data Collection Around Them

Billions of IoT gadgets including microphones, smart cameras and others are hidden in plain sight and are tracking our movements, activities and even facial expressions. Fortunately, there is an app and digital infrastructure that allows users to discover such devices,…

Police Drones are Starting to Have a Mind of Their Own

In a city in Southern California, drones using artificial intelligence are assisting investigations, while presenting a somewhat controversial question on civil rights. In Chula Vista, California, when the police receive a 911 distress call, with just the press of a…

New Algorithm for Disease Simulation

Researchers from WSU and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have engineered a novel computer algorithm which can determine regions where vaccines should be dispensed to increase immunization. This algorithm makes use of computer-simulated populations to determine the possibility of a disease…

Deep Learning In IoT Devices

Deep learning, a branch of artificial intelligence, curates social media and helps serve Google search results. In the near future, deep learning may be able to check your vital organs or even regulate your thermostat. The researchers at MIT recently…