Tag Archives: AI

He or she does not exist: AI produces phony faces on internet …

If you visit the This Person Does Not Exist website, you’ll be greeted by a seemingly simple portrait. Reload the page, and another face will pop onto your screen. These people, however, do not exist in the real world. The website, which was created by an Uber software engineer, utilizes a complicated artificial intelligence algorithm developed by the American technology company NVIDIA Corporation. They call it a “generative adversarial network,” or GAN for short. It was trained using tens of thousands of online photos. “Generative adversarial networks […]

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ECM attributes of the future obtain an AI increase

Finding content within an enterprise content management platform is often a monumental task — especially when the content is not categorized correctly or is placed too deep within folders — but AI can finally help tackle the job of assigning file metadata on a scale that humans can’t. Enterprise content management (ECM) vendors can use AI to help improve the end-user experience and add functionality to their platforms. Here are some predictions for how AI can play a role in new ECM systems. Document, image searches […]

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Facebook funds AI principles facility in Munich|Information|DW

Facebook announced on Sunday that it will help create an independent ethics research center for artificial intelligence (AI) with the Technical University of Munich (TUM). The technology giant said it will provide $7.5 million over five years as “an initial funding grant.”  With the AI industry growing at unprecedented levels, its use and impact have come under increased scrutiny, with some experts warning of the potential for unexpected consequences from its application. What Facebook said: “The Institute for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence … will explore fundamental issues […]

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Dataxchain, the AI powered search as well as trading engine.– Iri …

Search engines are getting smarter and better, especially since they started to incorporate social networking into their indexing. It’s harder than ever to safeguard private information, then there’s the rising Dark Web fear. While there are solutions out there that say they could track the Dark Web and the ‘regular Internet’ to protect your information there are things you can do to protect yourself. Google is now a household name that people all around the world use as a verb to describe the act of searching the […]

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AI is up, tension is down

Science search trends have changed.Credit: Diane Keough/Getty Ever wondered what your colleagues are searching for online? ‘Cancer’, ‘blockchain’ and ‘big data’ were among the top search terms in a major science database in 2018. The search-term data — for 2017 and 2018 — were provided to Nature’s news team by the scholarly database Scopus, which indexes abstracts and references from thousands of journals. ‘Cancer’ takes the top spot for both years. New entries in 2018 hint at what has increasingly been on researchers’ minds — ‘machine learning’ […]

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The duty of AI in future war

To illustrate how artificial intelligence (AI) could affect the future battlefield, consider the following scenario based on a future book I am writing entitled The Senkaku Paradox: Risking Great Power War over Limited Stakes. The scenario, imagined to occur sometime between now and 2040, begins with a hypothesized Russian “green men” attack against a small farming village in eastern Estonia or Latvia. Russia’s presumed motive would be to sow discord and dissent within NATO, weakening the alliance. Estonia and Latvia are NATO member states, and thus the […]

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AI Now Institute asks for law of face acknowledgment …

Days after the latest call from Microsoft for regulation of facial recognition, The AI Now Institute has published its third annual report, and made 10 recommendations for governments, researchers, and industry practitioners, including regulation for artificial intelligence in general, and “stringent regulation to protect the public interest” applied to facial recognition and affect recognition in particular. The AI Now Institute, based out of New York University, calls 2018 “a dramatic year in AI.” In a post announcing its report, the organization notes Facebook’s potential incitement of ethnic […]

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