artificial intelligence News for August 17 2017

Artificial Intelligence: it will kill us | Jay Tuck | TEDxHamburgSalon

For more information on Jay Tuck, please visit our website www.tedxhamburg.de US defense expert Jay Tuck was news director of the daily news program …

Smartening up with artificial intelligence | McKinsey & Company

How AI will transform Germany’s industrial sector. Artificial intelligence (AI) is
finally bringing a multitude of capabilities to machines that were long thought to …
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Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare | Accenture

Opportunities are hard to come by without significant investment, but artificial
intelligence is a self-running engine for growth in healthcare. Read more.
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A fallacy that will hinder advances in artificial intelligence

Jun 1, 2017 … Great champions know how to end their career at the peak of their success.
DeepMind, Alphabet’s artificial intelligence lab, has decided that its …
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Why it’s Time to Dip Your Toes into Artificial Intelligence | Inc.com

Feb 6, 2017 … The field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) was first introduced at a Dartmouth college
conference in 1956. At the time, AI founder, Herbert Simon, …
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6 artificial intelligence startups in Africa to look out …

Digital All Stars is a series of articles which aims to celebrate the best of South African digital. The articles, which will appear on Memeburn and …
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Artificial Intelligence – AI | Springer

Computer Science; Artificial Intelligence; Communication Networks; Database Management & Information Retrieval; Human Computer Interaction; Image Processing, Computer …
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Robots and Artificial Intelligence

Like the term “Robot” itself, artificial intelligence is hard to define. Some modern robots also have the ability to learn in a limited capacity. Kismet, a robot at M.I.T’s Artificial Intelligence Lab, recognizes human body language and voice inflection and responds appropriately. Brooks and his team focus on humanoid robots because they feel that being able to experience the world like a human is essential to developing human-like intelligence. In the coming decades, robots will gradually move out of the industrial and scientific worlds and into daily life, in the same way that computers spread to the home in the 1980s.
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Kasparov on Putin and the Future of Artificial Intelligence

Garry Kasparov, chess-champion, Putin-critic and author of the new book Deep Thinking, talks to Chuck about the future of artificial intelligence and what …
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