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How neural networks think

Larry Hardesty
(6733 bytes) (2017-09-13)

Source code of award-winning knowledge base is now available for everyone

Saarland University
(5661 bytes) (2017-09-07)

‘Factory of the future’: N.B. researcher to study 3D-printing powered by thought

Adina Bresge
(4754 bytes) (2017-09-06)

Algorithms can write fake reviews that humans rate as "helpful"

Yuanshun Yao
(3449 bytes) (2017-09-06)

Google Is Imagining the Next Level of Artificial Intelligence

Danny Vena
(4624 bytes) (2017-09-03)

Dating? A magic formula to predict attraction is more elusive than ever

University of Utah
(3618 bytes) (2017-08-30)

Unifying statistics, computer science, and applied mathematics

Lehigh University
(6989 bytes) (2017-08-28)

Monitoring network traffic more efficiently

Larry Hardesty
(7206 bytes) (2017-08-24)

This algorithm cleverly recreates 3D objects from tiny 2D images

Devin Coldewey
(2379 bytes) (2017-08-24)

WSU researchers develop cutting edge brain-mapping algorithm

CODY COTTIER
(4738 bytes) (2017-08-24)

We don't want AI that can understand us – we'd only end up arguing

Constantine Sandis And Richard Harper
(5269 bytes) (2017-08-23)

Computer simulations provide preview of upcoming eclipse

University of Texas at Austin
(3845 bytes) (2017-08-18)

How to make an AI forget

Christopher Stanton,
(5260 bytes) (2017-08-17)

Genome analysis with near-complete privacy possible, say researchers

Stanford University Medical Center
(6479 bytes) (2017-08-17)

Computer scientists use music to covertly track body movements, activity

University of Washington
(7031 bytes) (2017-08-17)

High-quality online video with less rebuffering

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
(6944 bytes) (2017-08-16)

UTA researcher developing airborne computer network computing platform for UAVs

Aerial computing
(4284 bytes) (2017-08-15)

When you're blue, so are your Instagram photos

University of Vermont
(5378 bytes) (2017-08-11)

An algorithm trained on emoji knows when you're being sarcastic on twitter

Will Knight
(5254 bytes) (2017-08-06)

Breakthrough software teaches computer characters to walk, run, even play soccer

University of British Columbia
(2907 bytes) (2017-08-03)

The future of search engines

An Nguyen
(9367 bytes) (2017-08-03)

UBC computer science professor brings machine learning to video games

Kate Wilson
(3129 bytes) (2017-08-02)

The wisdom hierarchy: From signals to artificial intelligence and beyond

Adam Michael Wood
(8634 bytes) (2017-08-01)

Neural nets model audience reactions to movies

Disney Research
(3702 bytes) (2017-07-25)

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