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Unchecked AI Can Mirror Human Behavior

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There is an interminable interest in artificial intelligence (AI). According to the AI Index 2019 Annual Report published by the University of Stanford, the volume of peer-reviewed AI papers has grown by more than 300% between 1998 and 2018. In over 3,600 global news articles on ethics and AI identified by the Human-Centered AI Institute at Stanford between mid-2018 and mid-2019, topics such as possible frameworks and guidelines on the ethical use of AI, use of face recognition applications, data privacy, the role of big tech, and algorithm bias dominated. This highlights the importance of understanding how bias can slip into data sets and raise awareness when working towards mitigating bias. AI strikes humanity where it hurts most: It uncovers how preconceived notions affect the outcome of well-intentioned applications.






How CYBUR is Using AI Technology to Grow Businesses on an International Level

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The uninitiated to the term Artificial Intelligence refers to developing computer systems that can mimic human behavior. However, it doesn't have to spell …


Global Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Alzheimers Applications Market Expected to Reach xx.xx Mn By …

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Predicting Growth Scope: Global Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Alzheimers Applications Market. Unbiased research initiatives offer relevant cues on the …


The Military's Mission: Artificial Intelligence in the Cockpit

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"The Cipher Brief has become the most popular outlet for former intelligence officers; no media outlet is even a close second to The Cipher Brief in …


RS21 Hires Leader in Artificial Intelligence

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Dr. Archuleta is an entrepreneur, inventor and practitioner of artificial intelligence (AI) with 15 years of experience.


Machine Learning Algorithms Could Increase Energy Yield Of Nuclear Fusion Reactors

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Researchers from Sandia National Laboratories recently designed machine learning algorithms intended to improve the energy output of nuclear fusion reactors. The research team utilized AI algorithms to simulate the interactions between plasma and materials within the walls of a nuclear fusion reactor. Unlike nuclear fission, which involves splitting atoms apart, the energy created by fusion reactions releases energy through the creation of plasma. Hydrogen atoms are superheated to create a plasma cloud and this cloud releases energy as the particles within it smash into one another and fuse together. This process is chaotic, and if scientists can better control the fusion process, it could lead to substantial increases in the amount of usable energy created by nuclear fusion reactors.