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  • China aims to become world leader in AI, challenges U.S. dominance
  • Computers using linguistic clues to deduce photo content
  • MIT scientists turn ‘Silicon Valley’ joke into working food app
  • A better approach to disease prediction through big data analytics
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  • Five times the computing power
  • Virtual laboratory: Fast, flexible and exact
  • Ways in which cells feel their surroundings
  • Titan simulations show importance of close two-way coupling between human and Ea
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  • industries

  • SoftBank CEO sees massive data, AI as key to future advances
  • Google's quantum computing push opens new front in cloud battle
  • Making Machine Learning Accessible: 3 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Apply It Today
  • Nvidia Faces Much Tougher Competition in Artificial Intelligence, but Will Still
  • Cyber security experts say this is the best way to defend against online attacks
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  • University, middle school partner on cybersecurity education
  • Artificial Intelligence, Explained
  • Artificial intelligence is going to change every aspect of your life
  • Sex robot revolution could encourage rape and paedophilia
  • Should we give artificial intelligence human rights?
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  • careers

  • Artificial Intelligence and the legal profession -- is there a safe intersection
  • Microsoft to axe thousands of jobs
  • Why the robot takeover of the economy is proceeding slowly
  • India-Based Infosys Plans To Hire Thousands of U.S. Workers For New U.S. Locatio
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  • China Unveils Plan to Become a World Leader in AI by 2025 © This is copyrighted
  • China announces goal of AI leadership by 2030
  • Why SpaceX CEO Elon Musk believes artificial intelligence must be regulated by g
  • WhatsApp partially blocked in China following dissenter's death
  • Automated security kiosk could alleviate travel, border woes
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  • business

  • Hedge fund quant posting 21% return says biology is secret sauce
  • When 5G is here, a wireless supercomputer will follow you around
  • Manhattan landlords are about to get graded by algorithm
  • When – and why – did people first start using money?
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  • Computers using linguistic clues to deduce photo content
  • Hedge fund quant posting 21% return says biology is secret sauce
  • Five times the computing power
  • China aims to become world leader in AI, challenges U.S. dominance
  • China announces goal of AI leadership by 2030
  • SoftBank CEO sees massive data, AI as key to future advances
  • MIT scientists turn ‘Silicon Valley’ joke into working food app
  • China Unveils Plan to Become a World Leader in AI by 2025 © This is copyrighted
  • University, middle school partner on cybersecurity education
  • Why SpaceX CEO Elon Musk believes artificial intelligence must be regulated by g
  • WhatsApp partially blocked in China following dissenter's death
  • Artificial Intelligence, Explained
  • Google's quantum computing push opens new front in cloud battle
  • Manhattan landlords are about to get graded by algorithm
  • When 5G is here, a wireless supercomputer will follow you around
  • Nvidia Faces Much Tougher Competition in Artificial Intelligence, but Will Still
  • Making Machine Learning Accessible: 3 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Apply It Today
  • Automated security kiosk could alleviate travel, border woes
  • Virtual laboratory: Fast, flexible and exact
  • 3-D models help scientists gauge flood impact
  • Titan simulations show importance of close two-way coupling between human and Ea
  • Ways in which cells feel their surroundings
  • Ultra-high-contrast digital sensing
  • Researchers develop a reliable forward error correction method for digital data
  • Detecting dangers with crowdsourcing
  • Google's quantum computing push opens new front in cloud battle
  • Oracle to add 1,000 employees in European cloud push
  • Cyber security experts say this is the best way to defend against online attacks
  • Artificial Intelligence and the legal profession -- is there a safe intersection
  • A better approach to disease prediction through big data analytics
  • Elon Musk says artificial intelligence is humanity’s ‘biggest risk’
  • What Makes an Artificial Intelligence Racist and Sexist
  • Ad hoc 'cache hierarchies' make chips much more efficient
  • Adapters enable better communication between machines
  • Decision-making rules least susceptible to manipulation, according to science
  • New material resembling a metal nanosponge could reduce computer energy consumpt
  • New transistor concept developed
  • Artificial intelligence is going to change every aspect of your life
  • Esri joins with Microsoft in embracing artificial intelligence
  • How Will The Pentagon Create Its AIs? The Algorithmic-Warfare Team Is Charting a
  • When – and why – did people first start using money?
  • Bitcoin study shows value of exclusive access for early adopters
  • Why you might trust a quantum computer with secrets, even over the internet
  • New tools turn audio clips into realistic video
  • Oxygen vacancy supported memory: Research expands basic knowledge about non-vola
  • Face scans for US citizens flying abroad stir privacy issues
  • What cloud computing really means
  • Here's Why the Best Is Yet to Come for Cisco Systems
  • Microsoft to axe thousands of jobs
  • Using Bitcoin to prevent identity theft
  • Miniaturizing the brain of a drone
  • Watch 3-D movies at home, sans glasses
  • Big-data analysis points toward new drug discovery method
  • Data analysis in the kitchen: Modeling flavor networks to predict tasty ingredie
  • Malong Technologies: Winner in G20 "Olympics of Startups"
  • Neural network poetry is so bad we think it’s written by humans
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