Day: June 28, 2022

Exploring emerging topics in artificial intelligence policy | MIT News | Massachusetts Institute of Technology – MIT News

June 28, 2022

Members of the public sector, private sector, and academia convened for the second AI Policy Forum Symposium last month to explore critical directions and questions posed by artificial intelligence in our economies and societies. The virtual event, hosted by the AI Policy Forum (AIPF) — an undertaking by the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing to […]

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Top Artificial Intelligence Companies in United States – Business Review

June 28, 2022

Today, the amount of generated data outpaces humans’ ability to absorb, interpret, and make smart data-driven decisions. Here, AI comes in to assist us in every single aspect – from day-to-day routine to business processes. To meet the society’s demands for AI-based solutions and advance business performance, many new artificial intelligence companies appear each year […]

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Using AI and ML to Fight Zero-Day Attacks

June 28, 2022

If it felt like you were asked to download a lot of patches in May and June, it’s because there were a lot of patches in May and June. An increase in zero-day vulnerabilities and exploits led to an increase in attacks. In fact, Mandiant reported that “Zero-day exploitation increased from 2012 to 2021, and […]

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The amazing potential of artificial intelligence, machine learning for every industry

June 28, 2022

In a moment of frustration, you might have wished your organization had two superpowers. First, the ability to put your most time-consuming, labor-intensive, and detail-oriented processes on autopilot so you could focus on improving your growth outcomes. Second, the ability to answer questions that seem too complicated, confusing, or contradictory to make sense of. With […]

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Artificial Intelligence’s Environmental Costs and Promise – Council on Foreign Relations

June 28, 2022

Artificial intelligence (AI) is often presented in binary terms in both popular culture and political analysis. Either it represents the key to a futuristic utopia defined by the integration of human intelligence and technological prowess, or it is the first step toward a dystopian rise of machines. This same binary thinking is practiced by academics, […]

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Can Artificial Intelligence Be Creative? – Discovery Institute

June 28, 2022

Image: Lady Ada Lovelace (1815–1852), via Wikimedia Commons. Editor’s note: We are delighted to present an excerpt from Chapter 2 of the new book Non-Computable You: What You Do that Artificial Intelligence Never Will, by computer engineer Robert J. Marks, director of Discovery Institute’s Bradley Center for Natural and Artificial Intelligence. Some have claimed AI is […]

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‘It’s not going to work’: Keeping race out of machine learning isn’t enough to avoid bias – STAT

June 28, 2022

As more machine learning tools reach patients, developers are starting to get smart about the potential for bias to seep in. But a growing body of research aims to emphasize that even carefully trained models — ones built to ignore race — can breed inequity in care. Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and […]

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What is linear regression in machine learning? – Dataconomy

June 28, 2022

Today we are delving into what is linear regression in machine learning. Linear regression is both a statistical and a machine learning algorithm. Linear regression analysis estimates the value of one variable relative to the value of another. Linear regression is frequently used in statistical data analysis. Most machine learning algorithms are borrowed from various […]

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AI bias: Robot run by artificial intelligence perpetuates racist prejudices – New Scientist

June 28, 2022

Virtual robot run by artificial intelligence acts in a way that conforms to toxic stereotypes when asked to pick faces that belong to criminals or homemakers Technology 27 June 2022 By Chris Stokel-Walker Robots running on artificial intelligence software will inherit the same biases AI gets from humansYuichiro Chino/Getty Images A robot running an artificial […]

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Adversarial machine learning explained: How attackers disrupt AI and ML systems – CSO Online

June 28, 2022

As more companies roll out artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) projects, securing them becomes more important. A report released by IBM and Morning Consult in May stated that of more than 7,500 global businesses, 35% of companies are already using AI, up 13% from last year, while another 42% are exploring it. However, […]

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