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Un deputy chief interviews social robot sophia


United Nations Deputy Secretary-General Amina J. Mohammed interviews the life-size social robot Sophia (created by Hanson Robotics Limited) at the UN General Assembly Second Committee and the Economic and Social Council joint meeting on "The future of everything – sustainable development in the age of rapid technological change."Sophia was created by a Hong Kong-based company called Hanson Robo...

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Abb and ibm team up on industrial artificial intelligence


ABB is a pioneering technology Swiss company that is creating the future of industrial digitalization. They have been at the forefront, innovating digitally connected and enabled industrial equipment and systems. They drive efficiency, safety and productivity in utilities, industry, transport and infrastructure globally. ABB sealed a collaboration agreement with International Business Machines ...

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Ai and machine learning as a service will disrupt healthcare


Relatively few healthcare organizations have the resources or analytics maturity to develop their own intricate big data analytics infrastructure from scratch, but a growing number of vendors are starting to make the daunting and costly process easier by offering artificial intelligence and machine learning as a service (MLaaS).With a potential global compound annual growth rate of 38.40 percen...

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Facebook uses a.i for suicide prevention


Facebook is now working on new ways to help troubled users with the use of artificial intelligence and pattern recognition, in addition to expanding its suicide prevention tools.The algorithm would immediately send a report to a real reviewer, who could then contact the user with suggestions and resources to help if appropriate.   At the moment, Facebook relies on a human reporting system regar...

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Elon musk says we must merge with machines to compete with a.i


There is a long way from Elon Musk's vision of symbiosis between man and machine, which would require a much more granular understanding of the brain network that goes beyond the basics of motor control to more complex cognitive faculties like language and metaphor. Professor Panagiotis Artemiadis of Arizona State University has been trying to get more bandwidth using a 128-electrode EEG cap to...

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