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Artificial intelligence, automation and robotics

  • Data Matters

    Data is not neutral

    Brian McKenna Business Applications Editor 06 May 2021

    This is a guest blogpost by Triveni Gandhi, Senior Data Scientist, Dataiku We like to think of data and numbers as indisputable, but the reality is that every piece of information is a product of ...

  • With the economy opening up, business leaders are looking at how quickly things can start returning to normal. What does normal look like? Numerous studies have shown that over the last year, ...

  • A Pennsylvania mum has been charged with multiple counts of harassment after reportedly using deepfake technology to oust her daughter’s cheerleading rivals. In a current-day reimagining of Sophie ...

  • It has been fashionable for the past several years to invoke the term “artificial intelligence” as a ritual bath for the use of IT in healthcare. And while a level of hype can be taken with a pinch ...

  • Online genealogy platform MyHeritage has embraced deep learning with its Deep Nostalgia service, which allows users to crudely animate photos of their long-dead descendants – or, let’s face it, ...

  • There is a new dirty word in politics. Over the last few weeks politicians and commentators have spoken publicly about how this year’s GCSE and A’levels won’t be based on algorithms. Instead, they ...

  • Scientists have been using machine learning to pick out the animal kingdom’s prime suspects for the next coronavirus, and we’re sorry to report it spells party over for a number of familiar ...

  • This is a guest blogpost by Dr Jamil El Imad, Chief Scientist at NeuroPro. Alan Turing, a brilliant scientist and mathematician is attributed with being the father of artificial intelligence. He ...

  • For Christmas, we got you the most thoughtful gift of a lifetime. A special surprise from October 2020. A hologram of Robert Kardashian. Here is the transcript in full: “Happy Christmas, reader. ...

  • A senior lecturer in management at the University of Exeter has suggested a number of wise-cracking robots have the emotional intelligence required to make them suitable for leadership roles. ...

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