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  • Malware turns PCs into eavesdropping devices - Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (3084 bytes) (2016-12-08)
  • New approach may open up speech recognition to more languages - Massachusetts Institute of Technology (6426 bytes) (2016-12-08)
  • Game theory can help protect against terrorist attacks - Wiley (720 bytes) (2016-12-06)
  • Accelerando: once you teach a computer to see, it can teach itself to hear - Yusuf Aytar, Carl Vondrick, Antonio Torr (1069 bytes) (2016-12-06)
  • Suggestions for you: A better, faster recommendation algorithm - Santa Fe Institute (2748 bytes) (2016-12-05)
  • New algorithm could explain human face recognition - Massachusetts Institute of Technology (6861 bytes) (2016-12-05)
  • Artificial intelligence, instrumental convergence, and photos of cats - Mark Gibbs (7986 bytes) (2016-12-05)
  • Making better use of the crowd - Microsoft (2750 bytes) (2016-12-02)
  • As machine learning breakthroughs abound, researchers look to democratize benefi - Allison Linn (8138 bytes) (2016-12-02)
  • New software continuously scrambles code to foil cyber attacks - Columbia University School of Engineerin (4237 bytes) (2016-12-02)
  • How the brain recognizes faces: Machine-learning system spontaneously reproduces - Larry Hardesty (7283 bytes) (2016-12-01)
  • Suggestions for you: A better, faster recommendation algorithm - John German (3155 bytes) (2016-12-01)
  • Computer learns to recognize sounds by watching video - Massachusetts Institute of Technology (6205 bytes) (2016-12-01)
  • Big data analytics—Nostradamus of the 21st century - Griffith University (3215 bytes) (2016-12-01)
  • Team finds new method to improve predictions - Proceedings of the National (2035 bytes) (2016-12-01)
  • Study examines use of deep machine learning for detection of diabetic retinopath - JAMA (4104 bytes) (2016-11-29)
  • Why we need a remote kill switch for our online data - DR RYAN KO (3648 bytes) (2016-11-28)
  • Stanford study concludes next generation of robots won’t try to kill us - Bruce Brown (3004 bytes) (2016-11-28)
  • A good combination: Model and experiment for a deeper look - Technical University Munich (4021 bytes) (2016-11-25)
  • A mathematical theory says the perfect age to get married is 26 — herep~ps why - Chris Weller (3381 bytes) (2016-11-25)
  • Will AI usher in a new era of hacking? - Michael Kan (5431 bytes) (2016-11-25)
  • Meeting of the minds for machine intelligence - Alison F. Takemura (8157 bytes) (2016-11-24)
  • Researchers run largest known transparent checkpointing process - Northeastern University (3998 bytes) (2016-11-24)
  • Using a patientp~ps own words, machine learning automatically identifies suicida - Cincinnati Childrenp~ps Hospital Medical (2537 bytes) (2016-11-22)
  • Online password guessing threat underestimated - Lancaster University (5659 bytes) (2016-11-22)
  • Scientists unveil software that revolutionizes habitat connectivity modeling - Clemson University (5949 bytes) (2016-11-22)
  • Why nature is our best guide for understanding artificial intelligence - David Cheng (4156 bytes) (2016-11-21)
  • Researchers Want To Use Hardware To Fight Computer Viruses - Jef Cozza (6574 bytes) (2016-11-21)
  • Mathematical framework offers a more detailed understanding of network relations - Bob Yirka (3719 bytes) (2016-11-18)
  • Mathematical models able to calculate large group social behaviour - CORDIS (4729 bytes) (2016-11-18)
  • New AI algorithm taught by humans learns beyond its training - University of Toronto Faculty of Applied (2931 bytes) (2016-11-18)
  • New AI algorithm taught by humans learns beyond its training - University of Toronto (2924 bytes) (2016-11-16)
  • Real men donp~pt say p~pcutep~p - Society for Personality and Social Psych (4747 bytes) (2016-11-16)
  • Next generation of statistical tools to be developed for the big data age - Lancaster University (3921 bytes) (2016-11-15)
  • Mathematical algorithms calculate social behavior - Technical University Munich (6034 bytes) (2016-11-14)
  • Supercomputers capture the crush in biological cells - Michigan State University (3431 bytes) (2016-11-14)
  • Insect vector feeding recognized by machine learning - PLOS (1667 bytes) (2016-11-14)
  • MIT Develops AI That Surfs Web To Improve Its Performance - IANS (2504 bytes) (2016-11-13)
  • Artificial-intelligence system surfs web to improve its performance - Massachusetts Institute of Technology (5242 bytes) (2016-11-10)
  • Researchers Employ Deep Mind Artificial Intelligence to Tackle the Difficult Tas - Lori Dorn (949 bytes) (2016-11-10)
  • New system lets nonexperts optimize programs that run on multiprocessor chips - Larry Hardesty (7108 bytes) (2016-11-09)

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