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This high-tech camera may help protect our identities -- here's how it works

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Ever scrolled through Instagram and spotted yourself in the background of a friend's photo looking a bit rough? A new AI-designed camera could fix the problem for you before it even happens -- though it's more intended as a solution for surveillance cameras than your pal's smartphone. Digital cameras are everywhere, and they see you a lot, thanks to facial recognition tech, body motion tracking, and medical imaging. These cameras pick up myriad details daily, resulting in massive troves of data and raising serious privacy concerns. To try and streamline what some of these lenses see, a group of researchers from the University of California, Los Angeles, has created cameras that can be taught to snap images of important objects while simultaneously erasing others from the shot.


Fulltime Site Reliability Engineer openings in Columbus, Ohio on August 16, 2022 – DevOps Jobs

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Please note, to apply for this position you will complete an application form on another website provided by or on behalf of JPMorgan Chase & Co.. Any external website and application process is not under the control or responsibility of Engineer Job Quest Apply Here Role requiring'No experience data provided' months of experience in Columbus At Abercrombie & Fitch the Delivery & Site Reliability Engineering team is responsible for the availability and performance of our websites and working with dev teams to ensure seamless releases to production. The primary goal of this position is to support dev teams making them more effective and efficient while ensuring the availability and reliability of our applications, services and websites. WHAT WILL YOU BE DOING?


Last Week in AI #180: Meta's troubled chat bot, AI in femtech, Science AI's reproducibility crises, and more!

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Did Meta not learn anything from Microsoft's infamous chatbot Tay? On August 5, Meta released BlenderBot 3, an AI chatbot, to users in the US. As Meta warned, BlenderBot indeed was "likely to make untrue or offensive statements": it described Mark Zuckerberg as "too creepy and manipulative" to a reporter from Insider and claimed Trump was still president and "always will be" to a Wall Street Journal reporter. Users can flag BlenderBot's inappropriate and offensive responses, and Meta claims it has reduced offensive responses by 90 percent. Our Take: Color me amused and not surprised.


Introduction To Pooling Layers In CNN

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Originally published on Towards AI the World's Leading AI and Technology News and Media Company. If you are building an AI-related product or service, we invite you to consider becoming an AI sponsor. At Towards AI, we help scale AI and technology startups. Let us help you unleash your technology to the masses. A Convolutional neural network(CNN) is a special type of Artificial Neural Network that is usually used for image recognition and processing due to its ability to recognize patterns in images.


'Ask all the time: why do I need this?' How to stop your vacuum from spying on you

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This month, Amazon inked a deal to acquire smart vacuum company iRobot – the makers of Roomba – for a tidy US$1.7bn. As some see it, if the purchase goes through, that should worry us. "It's all about the data," says David Vaile from the Australian Privacy Foundation. Privacy advocates such as Vaile are concerned the robot vacuum cleaner will give Amazon access to floor plans of users' homes, using mapping features some iRobot products already offer. Amazon are yet to release details about what existing and future iRobot data will be used for; and the company told Reuters that they safeguard customer privacy and do not sell their data.


Supply Chain Automation: Robotics & AI in the Supply Chain

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Automation is coming to every industry, and nowhere is this more true than in the supply chain. Indeed, coming advances in automation technology could potentially reshape the entire supply chain--and supply chain management software--as we know it. Forward-thinking supply chain players are already preparing themselves for the new landscape. CIOs should be leading this charge to drive the best possible outcomes for their organizations, but it's important to understand the nature of robotics, AI, and automation in the supply chain first. Supply chain automation is a broad term that refers to technology that reduces or eliminates human involvement in supply chain activities.


Hyundai announces $400M AI, robotics institute – TechCrunch

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When Hyundai acquired Boston Dynamics at the end of 2020, there were plenty of open questions. Chief among them was why we should assume this acquisition would be any different than the past few? The 30-year-old bleeding-edge robotics firm had been an uncomfortable fit for its last two owners, Google and SoftBank, but the Korean automotive giant insisted things would be different. The pairing has, thus far, been something of a mixed bag. As Boston Dynamics looks to pragmatic applications to commercialize robots like Spot and Stretch, Hyundai has used the technology for some wild sci-fi demos, including one at this year's CES featuring Spot hanging out on Mars as a metaverse avatar.