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  • Scientists develop a novel algorithm inspired by bee colonies to help dismantlin - University of Granada (4136 bytes) (2017-04-25)
  • New method enables more realistic hair simulation - Disney Research (1504 bytes) (2017-04-25)
  • When artificial intelligence evaluates chess champions - CNRS (2905 bytes) (2017-04-25)
  • New interface allows more efficient, faster technique to remotely operate robots - Georgia Institute of Technology (4065 bytes) (2017-04-25)
  • AI Programs Exhibit Racist and Sexist Biases, Research Reveals - Hannah Devlin (5390 bytes) (2017-04-24)
  • Neural networks explained - Larry Hardesty (9688 bytes) (2017-04-21)
  • Getting things done while you wait for WiFi - Massachusetts Institute of Technology (3897 bytes) (2017-04-19)
  • Researchers working toward indoor location detection - Rice University (5319 bytes) (2017-04-18)
  • Tilted Device Could Pinpoint Pin Number for Hackers - Alex Hern (4137 bytes) (2017-04-18)
  • Science proves that training AI to be ‘human’ makes it sexist and racist, too - Mike Wehner (2114 bytes) (2017-04-17)
  • Therep~ps a dark secret at the heart of artificial intelligence: no one really u - Will Knight (20225 bytes) (2017-04-17)
  • He was visionary in birth of personal computing - Michael Hiltzik (3260 bytes) (2017-04-17)
  • New machine learning models can detect hate speech and violence from texts - University of Eastern Finland (2451 bytes) (2017-04-14)
  • Biased bots: Human prejudices sneak into artificial intelligence systems - Princeton University (7419 bytes) (2017-04-14)
  • People find changes in user interfaces annoying - Aalto University (3248 bytes) (2017-04-13)
  • Machine learning models for drug discovery - IBM (2002 bytes) (2017-04-12)
  • Robotp~ps speed of light communication could protect you from danger - Cornell University (2616 bytes) (2017-04-12)
  • AI can now predict whether or not humans will think your photo is awesome - Hillary Grigonis (2120 bytes) (2017-04-11)
  • West Virginia University class trying to detect fake news - West Virginia University (334 bytes) (2017-04-10)
  • New functional language champions type-driven development - Paul Krill (1633 bytes) (2017-04-10)
  • Web pioneer slams UK, US calls to weaken encryption - Berners-Lee (2609 bytes) (2017-04-07)
  • Visualizing scientific big data in informative and interactive ways - Brookhaven National Laboratory (11576 bytes) (2017-04-07)
  • p~pMissing puzzle piecep~p to help solve the infamous Travelling Salesman Proble - The Lead (3409 bytes) (2017-04-06)
  • Algorithms can exploit human perception in graph design - Aalto University (3137 bytes) (2017-04-06)
  • Workplace diversity will soon include artificial intelligence - Rebekah Hayden (6232 bytes) (2017-04-06)
  • Accurate contactless 3D fingerprint identification system developed - The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (3804 bytes) (2017-04-06)
  • System better allots network bandwidth, for faster page loads - Massachusetts Institute of Technology (5121 bytes) (2017-04-06)
  • Android apps can conspire to mine information from your smartphone - Virginia Tech (4284 bytes) (2017-04-06)
  • Inventor of World Wide Web Snags Computer Sciencep~ps Top Prize - Tia Ghose (4590 bytes) (2017-04-06)
  • Inventor of World Wide Web wins computingp~ps p~pNobel Prizep~p - Charles Krupa (4710 bytes) (2017-04-05)
  • Can Artificial Intelligence Identify Pictures Better than Humans? - Ophir Tanz (8377 bytes) (2017-04-03)
  • Finding faces in a crowd: Context is key when looking for small things in images - Carnegie Mellon University (3596 bytes) (2017-03-31)
  • Faster page loads - Larry Hardesty (6184 bytes) (2017-03-30)
  • Security for multirobot systems - Larry Hardesty (7099 bytes) (2017-03-30)
  • Can computers one day understand emotions? New patent paves the way - Pennsylvania State University (4898 bytes) (2017-03-29)
  • Desktop scanners can be hijacked to perpetrate cyberattacks - Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (2040 bytes) (2017-03-29)
  • Protecting web usersp~p privacy - Massachusetts Institute of Technology (5699 bytes) (2017-03-28)
  • C++ toolkit helps shorten the path to AI apps - Paul Krill (1649 bytes) (2017-03-27)
  • An algorithm that knows when youp~pll get bored with your favourite mobile game - Plataforma SINC (4252 bytes) (2017-03-24)
  • Protecting web usersp~p privacy - Larry Hardesty (5903 bytes) (2017-03-24)
  • New computer software program excels at lip reading - University of Oxford (3033 bytes) (2017-03-23)

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