CULTURE & ART

How Archaeologists Are Using Deep Learning to Dig Deeper

November 24, 2020, by Zach Zorich

Trawling ancient history with neural nets.

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ETHICS & TRUST HUMAN-CENTRED HUMAN-CENTRED DESIGN RESPONSIBLE AI

Why Responsible AI is Built Around Human-Centred Design

November 24, 2020, by Jenna Delport

Responsible artificial intelligence (AI) provides a framework for building trust in the AI solutions of an organisation, according to a report from Accenture. It is defined ...

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DIVERSITY & INCLUSION WOMEN Women in AI

Meet Gaby

November 24, 2020, by Women in AI Netherlands

Gaby K. Slezák, WaiACCELERATE VR Ambassador at Women in AI Having pioneered the new media landscape in Germany when the Web was in its infancy, Gaby ...

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HEALTH & WELL-BEING GE Healthcare

5 Q’s for Mathias Goyen, Chief Medical Officer EMEA, GE Healthcare

November 24, 2020, by Eline Chivot

The Center for Data Innovation spoke with Dr. Mathias Goyen, chief medical officer EMEA at GE Healthcare, a branch of General Electric which strives to ...

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FOOD SECURITY & AGRICULTURE

Automation from farm to table: Technology’s impact on the food industry

November 24, 2020, by Marcus Casey, Ember Smith

By Marcus Casey, Ember Smith The COVID–19 pandemic has negatively impacted a number of industries, perhaps none more than those engaged in food packaging, preparation, and service. The impact on the consumer ...

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CULTURE & ART Google

Find your inner poet with help from America’s greats

November 24, 2020, by The Keyword

Behold! the living thrilling lines That course the blood like madd’ning wines, And leap with scintillating spray Across the guards of ecstasy. The flame that ...

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WORK & ECONOMIC GROWTH AUTOMATION

MIT forum examines the rise of automation in the workplace

November 23, 2020, by Daniel Ackerman | MIT News Office

“Pop culture does a great job of scaring us that AI will take over the world,” said Professor Daniela Rus, speaking at a virtual MIT ...

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WORK & ECONOMIC GROWTH

Why we shouldn’t fear the future of work

November 23, 2020, by Peter Dizikes | MIT News Office

The American workforce is at a crossroads. Digitization and automation have replaced millions of middle-class jobs, while wages have stagnated for many who remain employed. ...

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HEALTH & WELL-BEING DIABETES NEONATAL IBM

IBM claims its AI can improve neonatal outcomes and predict the onset of Type 1 diabetes

November 23, 2020, by Kyle Wiggers

IBM researchers claim to have developed machine learning algorithms that can improve neonatal outcomes and predict Type 1 diabetes onset.Read More

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HEALTH & WELL-BEING HEALTH RECORDS Saykara Harjinder Sandhu

Harjinder Sandhu, PhD, Founder and CEO, Saykara – Interview Series

November 23, 2020, by Antoine Tardif

Harjinder Sandhu, PhD is the Founder and CEO of Saykara, a company working to combat the epidemic of physician burnout that has surfaced from increasingly ...

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MEDIA & INFORMATION JOURNALISM OpenWeb

How AI could return trust to journalism, healing the rifts in our society

November 23, 2020, by JPost.com - Home

OpenWeb develops tools to foster meaningful conversations in an effort to return the Internet to its original ethos of being an open, welcoming space where ...

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BIAS

Practical strategies to minimize bias in machine learning

November 23, 2020, by Dr. Charna Parkey, Kaskada

The question isn’t whether a machine learning model will systematically discriminate against people — it’s who, when, and how.Read More

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BIAS FINANCE BANKING

How to De-Bias Artificial Intelligence in Banking

November 23, 2020, by Polly Harrison

Though Artificial Intelligence is used more and more in the financial services industry, it can actually become biased. “Bias” occurs when AI systems produce results ...

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HUMAN RIGHTS SEMICON CHINA

China’s surveillance state sucks up data. US tech is key to sorting it

November 23, 2020, by The Straits Times Asia News

URUMQI, CHINA (NYTIMES) – At the end of a desolate road rimmed by prisons, deep within a complex bristling with cameras, US technology is powering ...

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HEALTH & WELL-BEING LOW BIRTHWEIGHT Wadhwani Institute for Artificial Intelligence

From 2D videos to 3D babies: Introduction to the anthropometry journey 

November 23, 2020, by Patanjali Pahwa

A Unicef report estimates that 50% of low birth weight babies fall through the cracks and are never identified. This comes up to about 10 ...

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FOOD SECURITY & AGRICULTURE CROP MANAGEMENT RMSI Cropyalitcs

How This Agritech Company Is Using AI For Better Crop Estimation And Forecasting

November 23, 2020, by Shraddha Goled

Lack of accurate and timely yield estimation, which is the measurement of crop harvest in a sample of a given area, and crop risk data ...

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MEDIA & INFORMATION HATE SPEECH MISINFORMATION CaliberAI

CaliberAI: The news start-up supergroup set to cut costs for publishers

November 23, 2020, by Elaine Burke

Neil Brady describes himself as “a mixture of technology and media specialist and academic researcher”. In all, he has almost two decades’ experience in news ...

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GOVERNING & PUBLIC SECTOR

The 7 Most Promising Government Led AI Solutions

November 23, 2020, by Mark Minevich, Contributor

From the US to Canada, and Denmark to Estonia, massive governmental initiatives are being mobilized to boost AI solutions across sectors. The efforts that nations ...

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CULTURE & ART

Music from the heart, with an AI assist

November 20, 2020, by The Keyword

The next time you hear a popular song on the radio, listen to the beat behind the lyrics. Usually, a high-powered production team came up ...

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HEALTH & WELL-BEING PANDEMIC

AI Weekly: Putting stock in AI predictions of the pandemic’s end could be dangerous

November 20, 2020, by Kyle Wiggers

It’s tempting to put stock in AI predictions about when the pandemic will end, but doing so could have grave public health consequences.Read More

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