Tag: IEEE

AI Shows How Humans Misjudge Political Images

Researchers from Cornell and its partner institutions conducted a study on the kinds of mistakes humans make when examining images. This study may enable computer algorithms that assist us in making better decisions regarding visual information, like moderating online content…

Tiny Autonomous Robots Can Move on Human Hair

Cornell University is currently leading the race to create the smallest and most efficient robots. A team from the university recently developed a set of robots small enough to sit on human hair, and with the ability to move on…

Annual Salary for U.S. Engineers Drops

In 2021, the average income of engineers and other tech professionals in the U.S. went up to $160,097 from $154,443 in 2020. The IEEE-USA 2022 Salary & Benefits Survey revealed the bump in pay. However, when converted to real dollars,…

English Bias in Machine Learning

Despite the existence of thousands of languages, English is allowed virtually total dominance over machine learning and artificial intelligence. Researchers who train computers in understanding the content of a random text, typically teaches the training samples in English. ‘This introduces…