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How much time you got left?

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While it's easy to count our number of birthdays to figure out how long we've each been on the planet, researchers at Imperial College London have another age-related metric they think is even more important: A person's "brain age."

Computer-generated 'brain age' estimates how much time you've got left


U.K. researchers have developed a machine learning algorithm that can look at people's brain tissue to determine their likely lifespan.

Ai Development Salary Investments Top $650 Million


The artificial intelligence (AI) development race is heating up, and one new study shows that companies are paying upward of $650 million to their employees to advance the state of the AI art.

Artificial intelligence can be sexist and racist just like humans


Many of us like to think that artificial intelligence could help eradicate biases, that algorithms could help humans avoid hiring or policing according to gender or race-related stereotypes. But a new study suggests that when computers acquire knowledge from text written by humans, they also replicate the same racial and gender prejudices--thus perpetuating them.

Artificial intelligence can accurately predict future heart disease and strokes, study finds


Computers that can teach themselves from routine clinical data are potentially better at predicting cardiovascular risk than current standard medical risk models, according to new research at the University of Nottingham.

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A team of primary care researchers and computer scientists at the University of Nottingham compared a set of standard guidelines from the American College of Cardiology (ACC) with four'machine-learning' algorithms.

In Coded Warning, Scientists Say Brexit May End U.K.'s Lead in AI


A group of prominent academics and tech executives fear that the U.K.'s exit from the European Union could jeopardize the U.K.'s lead in the development of machine learning technologies.

Can Scientific Discovery Be Automated?


Science is in the midst of a data crisis. Last year, there were more than 1.2 million new papers published in the biomedical sciences alone, bringing the total number of peer-reviewed biomedical papers to over 26 million. However, the average scientist reads only about 250 papers a year. Meanwhile, the quality of the scientific literature has been in decline. Some recent studies found that the majority of biomedical papers were irreproducible.

Researchers reveal patterns than can 'blind' an AI

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Scientists have developed a way to selectively'blind' computer vision systems, making it so certain components of a scene go completely undetected.

Why can artificial intelligence be racist and sexist?


The unsuccessful experiment of Microsoft with its AI algorithm Tay (Tay), which within 24 hours after the beginning of interaction with people from Twitter turned into an inveterate racist, showed that the AI systems that are being created today can become victims of human prejudices and, in particular, stereotyped Thinking. Why this happens – tried to find out a small group of researchers from Princeton University.