Computers may be replacing a whole lot of human jobs, but we don’t think they’re quite ready for writing songs for the holidays. A research scientist trained her neural network on 240 different Christmas carols to see what the artificial intelligence system could learn about the song Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. She
In the event that Apollo 11 — the NASA mission that sent Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin to the surface of the Moon — failed, President Nixon had a speech written and ready to go. Because the mission succeeded, Nixon never delivered the speech, but MIT engineers used deepfake technology to
There is a problem with artificial intelligence. It can be amazing at churning through gigantic amounts of data to solve challenges that humans struggle with. But understanding how it makes its decisions is often very difficult to do, if not impossible. That means when an AI model works it is
Testing specialists Applause have debuted an AI solution promising to help tackle algorithmic bias while providing the scale of data needed for robust training. Applause has built a vast global community of testers for its app testing solution which is trusted by brands including Google, Uber, PayPal, and more. The company is
Recent technological breakthroughs in artificial intelligence have made it possible for machines, or bots, to pass as humans. A team of researchers led by Talal Rahwan, associate professor of Computer Science at NYU Abu Dhabi, conducted an experiment to study how people interact with bots whom they believe to be
New York, Nov 13 (IANS) Scientists are now working to apply Artificial Intelligence (AI) to psychiatry, with a speech-based mobile app that can categorize a patient”s mental health status as well as or better than a human can. “We are not in any way trying to replace clinicians,” said Peter
BERT, Google’s latest natural language processing (NLP) algorithm, will power Google search and make it better at understanding user queries in a similar way to how humans would understand them, writes Pandu Nayak, Google fellow and vice president for Search, with one in 10 queries providing a different set of results.
When people listened to questions from a predetermined set and spoke a response from a group of answer options, a computer program could correctly predict the question based on their brain activity most of the time, researchers report today (July 30) in Nature Communications. The study, conducted on three people who