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Alabama's Jordan Battle sees no need for drastic change in Tide's defensive approach

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Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Alabama junior safety Jordan Battle watched his defense collect five quarterback hurries, three sacks and two interceptions in the Crimson Tide's 41-24 victory over Georgia in the SEC Championship Game on Dec. 4. Battle returned one of the interceptions 42 yards for a touchdown and 38-17 lead early in the fourth quarter. Cincinnati wide receiver Tyler Scott (21) runs for gain after catching a pass as Alabama's Jalyn Armour-Davis (5) and Jordan Battle (9) defend during the first half of the Cotton Bowl NCAA College Football Playoff semifinal game, Friday, Dec. 31, 2021, in Arlington, Texas. Stetson Bennett, whose longest completion in that game was 32 yards, is still Georgia's quarterback, and No. 1 Alabama (13-1) will likely have a similar plan for the national championship game in Indianapolis Monday (8 p.m. Eastern, ESPN).

GPT-3 Creative Fiction


What if I told a story here, how would that story start?" Thus, the summarization prompt: "My second grader asked me what this passage means: …" When a given prompt isn't working and GPT-3 keeps pivoting into other modes of completion, that may mean that one hasn't constrained it enough by imitating a correct output, and one needs to go further; writing the first few words or sentence of the target output may be necessary.

AI Taking A Knee: Action To Improve Equal Treatment Under The Law


In the wake of the George Floyd tragedy and so many other appalling cases like it, there is a growing question if a solution lies with robot police powered by artificial intelligence (AI.) In theory, AI cops could reduce biased and discriminatory practices and improve access to justice. Pop culture is filled with heroes like this such as Robocop and CHAPPiE. However, reality maybe a little stranger than fiction in this case as there are already some robots already in action for law enforcement. Let's start with Robo-Guard, which works in the South Korean prison system.

T-Minus AI: Humanity's Countdown to Artificial Intelligence and the New Pursuit of Global Power: Kanaan, Michael: 9781948836944: Books


"Mike Kanaan is an influential new voice in the field of AI, and his thoughts paint an insightful perspective. "Kanaan's book makes us aware of the urgent need for international understanding and a formal agreement on AI. Without binding commitments, the future will pose threats, both military and social, that risk our very survival. AI may be a blessing, but it can also be the ultimate curse. The world must agree to draw a red line between the two, and make sure that no one crosses it." "Never have I read a book that did a better job of putting the challenges and prospects of artificial intelligence into context.

How artificial intelligence will transform human thinking


Last season's NFL playoffs were memorable for one of the worst non-calls in the league's 100 year history when three officials missed a blatant pass interference foul and arguably sent the wrong team to the Super Bowl. Questioned about the controversy, NFL Commissioner, Roger Goodell, said: "Whenever officiating is part of any kind of discussion postgame, it's never a good outcome for us. But we also know that our officials are human. We also know they are officiating a game in which they often have to make snap decisions under difficult circumstances. And they're not going to get it right every time. As I say, they're human."

What's the Deal With All the Robots in This Year's Super Bowl Ads?


If you've watched even a few of the ads in Super Bowl LIII, you might have noticed two prevailing themes in this year's commercial roundup: that there are an awful lot of robots kicking around these ads, and the presence of all this artificial intelligence--in the eyes of the humans, at least--isn't such a good thing. Sprint's spot, for example, shows a robot creating an advertisement that, with all due respect to the great Bo Jackson, is nonsensical and utterly ridiculous. The Amazon ad "Not Everything Makes the Cut," shows the epic fails that ensue when Alexa is installed in devices like electric toothbrushes or put in charge of the electrical grid. Then there's Olay's "Killer Skin" spot, in which a woman, chased into hiding by a Michael Myers-like slasher, can't use her cell phone to call for help because the facial-recognition software won't work. Time and again, artificial intelligence is screwing everything up and letting us all down.

WATCH: Iowa utilizing first robotic quarterback/punting machine


The Iowa Hawkeyes are on the forefront of technological advances when it comes to their practice facilities, and this weekend, they're showing off their newest toy. The Hawkeyes are using a technology called "Seeker," which is the first robotic quarterback, and it can also handle punting and kicking drills, too. Not only is the Seeker the world's first robotic quarterback, it's also the world's first robotic punter and kicker. Tired of wasted reps during Special Teams periods? Take the guesswork out of the equation and make each rep count.

Leverage the Power of Machine Learning to Retain Users for Life CleverTap


Football season is finally back, and that 75" HD flat screen you've had your eye on for ages is on sale. You've entered your payment details and are all ready to hit "Complete checkout"… but then you notice the delivery options. With order processing time, will your new TV arrive before the kickoff game? You spot a chat icon in the corner of the screen and click to ask about your potential delivery window. In just a few minutes, you find out the TV will definitely arrive in time, with no extra rush shipping fees.

Robot co-workers? 7 cool technologies changing the way we work


Technology is poised to change the workplace. Soon you may have a robot for a co-worker or a microchip embedded under your skin that's a work ID. Some innovations are already making an impact. Virtual reality, for example, is going beyond gaming to serve as a powerful workplace training tool. One of the biggest areas where VR training can be useful is safety, according to J. P. Gownder, vice president at research firm Forrester.

How AI will disrupt sports entertainment networks


Whether you're training to run a marathon or gearing up for a marathon of binge-watching TV, both athletes and casual sports fans can benefit from advances in sports video. Due to its widespread appeal, high demand, and abundance of related data, sports video is a prime candidate for innovation. Cog...