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Ingenious new search and rescue drone finds people by listening for screams

Rather than relying on expensive and unreliable thermal cameras, this new search and rescue drone uses an array of microphones to zero in on cries for help.
Tags: Trends, Features, Artificial Intelligence, Drones, Ai

Making Mass Effect Recognize My Queerness Was Worth the Wait

Coming into Bioware’s recent release of its beloved sci-fi saga Mass Effect in Mass Effect: Legendary Edition, I knew that I wanted to re-experience the video games’ journey in a way I had tried and failed to as a young teenager: to cast my Commander Shepard as a proud, gay man. Doing so was a reward in and of itself,…Read more...
Tags: Science, Video Games, Ai, Jack, RPG, Ashley Williams, Jeff, Moreau, Shepard, BioWare, Mass Effect, Windows Games, Shephard, Fictional Characters, Asari, Steve Cortez

Employees at a Chinese office have to smile for an AI camera to get through the front doors, change the temperature, or print documents

Canon's “smiling face recognition” requires a positive expression to print documents. Canon Information Technology Canon Information Technology has a "smile recognition" feature in its face-scanning tech. Office employees must smile in order to access the office or book conference rooms for meetings. The technology is part of a larger trend of employers monitoring and regulating workers. See more stories on Insider's business page. For employees at Canon Information Technology'...
Tags: Amazon, Office, Careers, Trends, Beijing, Ai, Offices, Facial Recognition, Canon, Weibo, Reuters, Tech Insider, Workplace Surveillance, DOMINICK REUTER, Canon Information Technology, Canon China

Employees at a Beijing office have to smile for an AI camera to get through the front doors, change the temperature, or print documents

Canon's “smiling face recognition” requires a positive expression to print documents. Canon Information Technology Canon Information Technology has a "smile recognition" feature in its face-scanning tech. Office employees must smile in order to access the office or book conference rooms for meetings. The technology is part of a larger trend of employers monitoring and regulating workers. See more stories on Insider's business page. For employees at Canon Information Technology'...
Tags: Amazon, Office, Careers, Trends, Beijing, Ai, Offices, Facial Recognition, Canon, Weibo, Reuters, Tech Insider, Workplace Surveillance, DOMINICK REUTER, Canon Information Technology, Canon China

IBM’s A.I. Mayflower ship is crossing the Atlantic, and you can watch it live

IBM's autonomous, A.I.-powered ship is currently on its way across the Atlantic Ocean -- and thanks to some amazing tech, you can watch the journey live
Tags: Trends, Features, Artificial Intelligence, Atlantic, Ibm, Ai, Atlantic Ocean

The future of automation: Robots are coming, but they won’t take your job

The emergence of automated robots will likely not be the job killer for humans that many people fear.
Tags: Employment, Trends, Features, Automation, Robots, Ai, The Future Of

Trigo bags $10M for computer-vision based checkout tech to rival Amazon’s ‘Just Walk Out’

While Amazon continues to expand its self-service, computer-vision-based grocery checkout technology by bringing it to bigger stores, an AI startup out of Israel that’s built something to rival it has picked up funding and a new strategic investor as a customer. Trigo, which has produced a computer vision system that includes both camera hardware and encrypted, privacy-compliant software to enable “grab and go” shopping — where customers can pick up items that get automatically detected and bill...
Tags: Amazon, Food, Europe, Germany, Funding, Israel, Tech, Tesco, Artificial Intelligence, Cologne, Ai, Grocery, Computer Vision, Juniper Research, PitchBook, Rewe

Autonomous killer robots may have already killed on the battlefield

Autonomous weapons have been used in war for decades, but artificial intelligence is ushering in a new category of autonomous weapons. These weapons are not only capable of moving autonomously but also identifying and attacking targets on their own without oversight from a human.There's currently no clear international restrictions on the use of new autonomous weapons, but some nations are calling for preemptive bans.Nothing transforms warfare more violently than new weapons technology. In preh...
Tags: China, Russia, War, Military, United States, Innovation, Machine Learning, Libya, Violence, Un, Ai, United Nations Security Council, Gna, Noah Smith, Khalifa Haftar, Libyan National Army

Why You Need to Understand Marketing Machine Learning Models

One of the technical marketing hurdles I hear marketers struggling with on a regular basis is the idea of an algorithm. Marketers talk about Google’s algorithm, Facebook’s algorithm, Instagram’s algorithm, and this bit of language matters a great deal in our understanding of what’s going on behind the scenes with big tech and marketing. To […]
Tags: Google, Facebook, Instagram, Marketing, Seo, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Ai, Marketing Technology, Marketing Data Science

Chatbots, Live Chat, Video, Virtual Assistants: Which One Wins?

Consumer use of these new digital channels is climbing and satisfaction overall is high for some of them, but key differences remain. The post Chatbots, Live Chat, Video, Virtual Assistants: Which One Wins? appeared first on The Financial Brand - Banking Trends, Analysis & Insights.
Tags: Finance, Customer Experience, Ai, Video Chat, Virtual Assistant, Chatbot, Digital Banking Strategies, Mobile Channel, Featured Content

Can A.I. beat human engineers at designing microchips? Google thinks so

Google found that artificial intelligence is capable of designing microchips. A.I.-designed chips were better and made quicker than those made by human experts.
Tags: Google, News, Trends, Artificial Intelligence, Computing, Ai, Google Brain Team

Enterprise AI platform Dataiku launches managed service for smaller companies

Dataiku is going downstream with a new product today called Dataiku Online. As the name suggests, Dataiku Online is a fully managed version of Dataiku. It lets you take advantage of the data science platform without going through a complicated setup process that involves a system administrator and your own infrastructure. If you’re not familiar with Dataiku, the platform lets you turn raw data into advanced analytics, run some data visualization tasks, create data-backed dashboards and train mac...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Startups, TC, Developer, Tech, Data, Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Ai, CSV, Dataiku, Florian Douetteau, Douetteau, Enterprise AI

Should we be worried about robots taking our jobs? The answer depends on labor market institutions

Do new technologies, such as robots, destroy jobs and cause mass unemployment? Many current and past commentators have forcefully made this point in the public debate, but new research published in the Journal of the European Economic Association suggests that “technological mass unemployment” is indeed not something we should worry about.Instead, our research documents the subtle shifts in the German labor market brought about by industrial robots, and highlights the crucial importance of funct...
Tags: Books, Technology, Featured, Germany, US, Artificial Intelligence, United States, Robots, Journals, Manufacturing, Ai, Social Sciences, Fraunhofer, Business & Economics, Daron Acemoglu, Digital Technologies

Read the eerily beautiful ‘synthetic scripture’ of an A.I. that thinks it’s God

Travis DeShazo fed an A.I. algorithm all of the world's major religious texts, and then trained it to spit out biblical-sounding synthetic scripture.
Tags: Twitter, Trends, Features, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Ai, Gpt-3, Travis DeShazo

Managers Prepare To Use AI As Their Offices Start To Open Up

Safety monitoring is one of the things that manager will need to do Image Credit: Jesús Corrius The Covid-19 pandemic caused just about every office to shut down and close their doors. Each member of your team started working from home and as a manager you had a whole new set of issues that you had to work through in order to keep your team both together and productive. However, now things are once again starting to change. The arrival of a vaccine has allowed business to once again ...
Tags: Health, Productivity, Work From Home, Office, Careers, Management, Traffic, Artificial Intelligence, Ai, Hybrid, Jim Anderson, IT manager skills, IT manager training, IT team building

One Step Closer to the Marketing Singularity

We’re one small step closer to the marketing singularity, the event where machines become our first choice for doing marketing work. Ever since OpenAI’s announcement of GPT-3 (and the relatively heavy restrictions on it), a number of other organizations have been working to make alternative models and software available that have similar performance. As background, […]
Tags: Marketing, Seo, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Ai, GPT, Marketing Technology

How VR Can Make Your Hiring Process Truly Equitable

Diversity, equity, and inclusion have been buzzwords in the HR space for the last several years. And rightfully so — companies that don’t recruit, hire and mentor diverse candidates are leaving talent and skills on the table for the competitors to snatch up. But even with major efforts at many companies, there is still quite […]
Tags: Technology, Featured, News, Tech, Remote Work, Recruiting, Employee Engagement, Guest Post, Ai, Hiring, Branding, Employee Retention, Blog Posts, Hr Technology, Candidate Experience, Talent Acquisition

McDonald's is testing automated drive-thrus that can recognize your voice. The tech mostly gets orders right - but employees have to step in 20% of the time.

McDonald's CEO Chris Kempczinski AP Photo/Richard Drew McDonald's is using voice recognition tech at 10 Chicago drive-thrus to take orders, CNBC reported. CEO Chris Kempczinski said the tech got it right about 85% of the time. McDonald's has trained employees to stop jumping in to help customers, he said. See more stories on Insider's business page. McDonald's is testing voice recognition software in 10 of its Chicago drive-thrus so it can automate orders, CNBC report...
Tags: News, Trends, Chicago, Automation, Fast Food, Retail, Mcdonald's, Mcdonalds, Ai, Burger King, Cnbc, Voice Recognition, Bernstein, McDonald, Tech Insider, Kempczinski

Ethical AI: Demographic Bias in Facial Recognition Technology

There is a tremendous amount of misleading and inaccurate reporting on the topic of demographic bias in biometric identification systems, especially regarding facial recognition technology. Part of the problem is that there isn’t one thing that is “facial recognition technology”. At the core of any biometric system is a matching algorithm. The definitive resource on the topic of demographic bias in biometrics is the NIST Face Recognition Vendor Test (FRVT) Part 3 Demographic Effects report. Warn...
Tags: Startups, Tech, Ai, Facial Recognition Technology, Biometrics, NIST, Roc, Austin Startups, Facial-recognition, Machine-vision

Nvidia is renting out its A.I. Superpod platform for $90K a month

Researchers will soon be able to access Nvidia's DGX supercomputer through an A.I.-as-a-service subscription for a more affordable $90,000-per-month fee.
Tags: News, Trends, Artificial Intelligence, Computing, Nvidia, Supercomputer, Ai, A.I, Computex 2021

The robots are coming! But could they—and should they—take your job?

Will a robot take your job? The fear of artificial intelligence (AI) and digital automation as a growing threat to human labour has been on the rise in recent years. The widespread potential impact of these technologies has fuelled media interest. Some reports claim that between half and one-third of jobs could be eliminated in the near future. The BBC has even provided a helpful calculator where you can assess the risk to your own occupation from automation.Concerns regarding the impact of new ...
Tags: South Korea, Books, Business, UK, Featured, Germany, Bbc, Artificial Intelligence, Robots, Workforce, Journals, Ai, Karl Marx, Social Sciences, John Maynard Keynes, Business & Economics

This startup wants to deepfake clone your voice and sell it to the highest bidder

Veritone has the ability to clone your voice using deepfake technology, and it says the potential uses of the tech are virtually endless.
Tags: Trends, Features, Artificial Intelligence, Ai, Veritone, Deepfake Audio

Emotion-detection software startup Affectiva acquired for $73.5M

Smart Eye, the publicly traded Swedish company that supplies driver monitoring systems for a dozen automakers, has acquired emotion-detection software startup Affectiva for $73.5 million in a cash-and-stock deal. Affectiva, which spun out of the MIT Media Lab in 2009, has developed software that can detect and understand human emotion, which Smart Eye is keen to combine with its own AI-based eye-tracking technology. The companies’ founders see an opportunity to expand beyond driver monitoring sy...
Tags: TC, Boston, Tech, Nasa, Automotive, Machine Learning, Bmw, Ai, Affectiva, Cairo, Cadillac, Martin, MIT Media Lab, Rana el Kaliouby, OEMS, Chongqing China

But Could A Robot Do That?

Here are some areas that law firms and attorneys can focus on, while they leave the more boring tasks to the robots.
Tags: Technology, Law, Artificial Intelligence, Ai, Ken Crutchfield

IPA: a Quiet $10B Market (Automation is En Fuego part 2)

In the last post, we started with this chart, and we focused on RPA (the bright blue at the bottom of the bar chart), the most explosively growing enterprise software category I’ve ever seen. In this post, we’ll focus on Intelligent Process Automation — that middle dark blue series of data in the bar chart.I’m going to talk about the market dynamics for Intelligent Process Automation, but first let’s take a moment to understand why this software is valuable for the companies that buy them.these...
Tags: Startups, Rap, ERP, Automation, Ibm, Ai, North America, Sap, Highland Europe, DMN, RPA, Pega, Rich Wong, Signavio, Austin Startups, Appian

These green tech companies are planning to capitalize on President Biden's infrastructure plan - here's how

Inside Virgin Hyperloop's new test facility in West Virginia. Virgin Hyperloop Biden's infrastructure plan could create growth opportunities for many sustainable tech companies. The proposal calls for a $2 trillion commitment to clean energy, roads, bridges, transit, and more. Virgin Hyperloop, Sealed, and CityZenith stand to benefit, but Depcom Power isn't quite convinced. See more stories on Insider's business page. When Virgin Hyperloop cofounder Josh Giegel saw the Bide...
Tags: California, Opinion, Senate, New York City, US, America, Los Angeles, West Virginia, Trends, Tech, Sustainability, Chicago, Infrastructure, House, Portland, Richard Branson

Mental health app Wysa raises $5.5M for ’emotionally intelligent’ AI

It’s hard enough to talk about your feelings to a person; Jo Aggarwal, the founder and CEO of Wysa, is hoping you’ll find it easier to confide in a robot. Or, put more specifically, “emotionally intelligent” artificial intelligence. Wysa is an A.I powered mental health app designed by Touchkin eServices, Aggarwal’s company that currently maintains headquarters in Bangalore, Boston and London. Wysa is something like a chatbot that can respond with words of affirmation, or guide a user through ...
Tags: Health, Wellness, Google, TC, Apps, UK, Singapore, Funding, US, Startup, Tech, Bbc, Artificial Intelligence, Mental Health, NHS, Healthcare

Finding any Cartier watch in under 3 seconds

Cartier is legendary in the world of luxury — a name that is synonymous with iconic jewelry and watches, timeless design,  savoir-faire and exceptional customer service. Maison Cartier’s collection dates back to the opening of Louis-François Cartier’s very first Paris workshop in 1847. And with over 174 years of history, the Maison’s catalog is extensive, with over a thousand wristwatches, some with only slight variations between them. Finding specific models, or comparing several models at once...
Tags: Google, Paris, Ai, Maison, Cartier, Google Cloud, Louis François Cartier, AutoML Vision, Maison Cartier, Alex ErfurtAnant Nawalgaria

New AI-based theory explains your weird dreams

A new paper suggests that dreaming helps us generalize our experiences so that we can adapt to new circumstances. Therefore, the strangeness of dreams is what makes them useful.This idea is supported by some data, though new experiments could help confirm it.Lots of animals dream, but nobody is quite sure why. Researchers are divided over if dreaming is a mere side effect of other brain functions or if it serves its own purpose.A number of theories attempting to explain dreaming exist. These in...
Tags: Psychology, Sleep, Brain, Innovation, Ai, Mind, Hoel, Erik Hoel

PandoLogic Inc. Acquires Conversational AI Recruiting Provider Wade & Wendy

NEW YORK and HERZLIYA, Israel (May 20, 2021) – PandoLogic, the world’s leading provider of programmatic recruitment advertising, today announced its acquisition of conversational AI recruiting provider Wade & Wendy. The action positions PandoLogic as the only programmatic advertising provider that can define a quality applicant without the inherent bias that results from human intervention. The acquisition […]
Tags: New York, Technology, Featured, News, Tech, Recruiting, Candidates, Ai, Branding, Press Release, Wendy, Herzliya Israel, Blog Posts, Hr Technology, Wade Wendy, PandoLogic Inc