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Day: June 20, 2020

How machine learning is changing your smartphone camera – AI Daily

Let’s say you are a mobile photographer. Or to make it easier- you like to take photos on your phone, and when you see a new phone that’s coming to the market, a good camera is one of your topmost priorities. Nowadays, there are phones with 108 Megapixel cameras (Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra) and when…

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    The use of artificial intelligence in medicine is growing rapidly – Minneapolis Star Tribune

    Everyday use of artificial intelligence for health diagnosis could still be years away, but the field is robust right now. “We still have a lot of unknowns in terms of generalizing and validation of these systems before we can start using them as standard of care,” Dr. Matthew Hanna, a pathologist at Memorial Sloan Kettering…

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      AI-based cybersecurity: Hype or reality?

      (Source: Darpa) AI and ML were once thought of  technologies that would struggle to find real-world applications, but they are an increasingly inherent part of our lives. One in five organizations are already using AI technologies to some degree, and two thirds of organizations not using it plan to implement it by the end of…

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        Artificial intelligence could revolutionize sea ice warnings

        Sea ice in the polar sea. Credit: Jørn Berger-Nyvoll, UiT Today, large resources are used to provide vessels in the polar seas with warnings about the spread of sea ice. Artificial intelligence may make these warnings cheaper, faster, and available for everyone. For vessels that journey into the polar seas, keeping control of the spread…

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          Cynthia Breazeal named Media Lab associate director

          Cynthia Breazeal has been promoted to full professor and named associate director of the Media Lab, joining the two other associate directors: Hiroshi Ishii and Andrew Lippman. Both appointments are effective July 1. In her new associate director role, Breazeal will work with lab faculty and researchers to develop new strategic research initiatives. She will…

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            Coronavirus will finally give artificial intelligence its moment – Economic Times

            By Tae KimFor years, artificial intelligence seemed on the cusp of becoming the next big thing in technology — but the reality never matched the hype. Now, the changes caused by the Covid-19 pandemic may mean AI’s moment is finally upon us. Over the past couple of months, many technology executives have shared a refrain:…

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