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The Legal Landscape of Artificial Intelligence (AI) Law - Techregister

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While artificial intelligence (AI) technology has the potential to transform society, the legal issues it raises touch upon diverse areas of law. These areas include privacy and data security, commercial contracts, intellectual property, antitrust, employee benefits, and products liability. AI is broadly defined as computer technology that can simulate human intelligence. Through algorithms, this software can aggregate data, detect patterns, optimize behaviors, and make future predictions. Some examples of AI applications include machine learning, natural language processing, artificial neural networks, machine perception, and motion manipulation.


Perfecting mapping with AI and machine learning - Tech Wire Asia

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Across the world, mapping technology with Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning allow users to have a variety of choices on their travels. Be it driving, flying, or walking, GPS systems are now a lifesaver in keeping users on track. Before this, most of us often used old maps or would buy travel maps whenever we wanted to move around. Today, map applications are not only available on GPS devices, but also on our mobile phones and are even built into our vehicles to provide better route directions. Despite this, there are still some challenges when it comes to mapping and location tagging.


Deriving the Traveler Behavior Information from Social Media: A Case Study in Manhattan with Twitter

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Social media platforms, such as Twitter, provide a totally new perspective in dealing with the traffic problems and is anticipated to complement the traditional methods. The geo-tagged tweets can provide the Twitter users' location information and is being applied in traveler behavior analysis. This paper explores the full potentials of Twitter in deriving travel behavior information and conducts a case study in Manhattan Area. A systematic method is proposed to extract displacement information from Twitter locations. Our study shows that Twitter has a unique demographics which combine not only local residents but also the tourists or passengers. For individual user, Twitter can uncover his/her travel behavior features including the time-of-day and location distributions on both weekdays and weekends. For all Twitter users, the aggregated travel behavior results also show that the time-of-day travel patterns in Manhattan Island resemble that of the traffic flow; the identification of OD pattern is also promising by comparing with the results of travel survey.


Technical trends for 2020: AI 5G IoT - Mash Viral

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What does the future hold? For me it is at least full of bacon: packing my scallops and shrimp, sitting next to my eggs, spread over my Waldorf salads. But 2020 is also full of technological progress and the continuation of the innovations that have made the world race faster than you can say "not too crisp, please." Three fields hold the most promise for the tech world in the coming year: internet of things (IoT); artificial intelligence (especially AI & # 39; s most visible face, voice assistants); and 5G connections and devices. Make no mistake: just like a steak that flavors a steak, it is the combination of these trends that really unlocks their power.


12 of the best GPS devices for your car

Mashable

Garmin Drive 50 -- Save $35.90 While today's smartphones are loaded with Google Maps or Apple Maps, they are merely quick solutions for traveling short distances. Believe it or not, getting a dedicated GPS device for your car or truck is still the best way to get to your destination safely and with ease. Companies like Garmin and TomTom specialize in safe car travel and update their maps and traffic reports whenever changes occur on the road. GPS devices also offer the peace of mind that you'll never get lost, even when you're in a new location -- including remote areas.


12 of the best GPS devices for your car

Mashable

While today's smartphones are loaded with Google Maps or Apple Maps, they are merely quick solutions for traveling short distances. Believe it or not, getting a dedicated GPS device for your car or truck is still the best way to get to your destination safely and with ease. Companies like Garmin and TomTom specialize in safe car travel and update their maps and traffic reports whenever changes occur on the road. GPS devices also offer the peace of mind that you'll never get lost, even when you're in a new location -- including remote areas. They can also help you find the nearest restaurant, shopping mall, rest area, and other locations that might be considered off-the-beaten-path.


Charles in charge: Nav system knows how you feel - Roadshow

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A Cambridge University professor is developing a navigation system that does what most boyfriends can't: read your emotions, sense what's going on, and adapt to the situation. Charles is a robot that is more co-pilot than GPS device. Frustrated by unintuitive gadgets that aren't helpful--let alone interactive--Professor Peter Robinson, who leads the Rainbow Group working on computer graphics and interaction at Cambridge, developed an emotionally intelligent navigation system that can tell how you're feeling and respond accordingly. The system uses sensors and algorithms of predefined mental states to track facial cues, tone of voice, body language, and posture. Using this information, Charles can read human emotion with a 70 percent accuracy rate, which is on par with human ability, Robinson says in a YouTube video demonstrating his project.