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Scientific Discovery In the Age of Artificial Intelligence
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Scientific Discovery In the Age of Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence is being increasingly integrated into scientific discovery to augment and accelerate research, helping scientists to generate hypotheses...

AI Creates Algorithms That Sort Data Faster Than Those Built by People
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AI Creates Algorithms That Sort Data Faster Than Those Built by People

A system based on Google DeepMind's AlphaZero AI created algorithms that, when translated into the standard programming language C++, can sort data up to three...

Are ChatGPT and AlphaCode Going to Replace Programmers?
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Are ChatGPT and AlphaCode Going to Replace Programmers?

OpenAI's ChatGPT and DeepMind's AlphaCode can now produce meaningful lines of code, but software engineers shouldn't switch careers quite yet.

Could Machine Learning Fuel a Reproducibility Crisis in Science?
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Could Machine Learning Fuel a Reproducibility Crisis in Science?

Researchers Sayash Kapoor and Arvind Narayanan at Princeton University have sounded an alarm about what they call a "brewing reproducibility crisis" in machine-learning...

Technologies to Watch in 2019
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Technologies to Watch in 2019

Seven specialists forecast the developments that will push their fields forward in the year ahead.

Europe's AI researchers Launch Professional Body Over Fears of Falling Behind
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Europe's AI researchers Launch Professional Body Over Fears of Falling Behind

Some of Europe's top machine-learning researchers have founded an organization to strengthen capacity in artificial intelligence (AI) technology on the continent...

Machine Learning Spots Natural Selection at Work in Human Genome
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Machine Learning Spots Natural Selection at Work in Human Genome

Pinpointing where and how the human genome is evolving can be like hunting for a needle in a haystack.

Machine Learning Gets to Grips with Plankton Challenge
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Machine Learning Gets to Grips with Plankton Challenge

When they think about big data, most researchers probably imagine genomics, neuroscience or particle physics. Kelly Robinson's data challenge involves plankton....

How AI Technology Can Tame the Scientific Literature
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How AI Technology Can Tame the Scientific Literature

AI-based tools can offer a penetrating view of scientific literature, computationally taming the vast flood of scholarly papers published at a rate of 1 million...

The Ethics of Computer Science: This Researcher Has a Controversial Proposal
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The Ethics of Computer Science: This Researcher Has a Controversial Proposal

In the midst of growing public concern over artificial intelligence (AI), privacy and the use of data, Brent Hecht has a controversial proposal: the computer-science...

Bias Detectives: The Researchers Striving to Make Algorithms Fair
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Bias Detectives: The Researchers Striving to Make Algorithms Fair

In 2015, a worried father asked Rhema Vaithianathan a question that still weighs on her mind.

China Enters the Battle For AI Talent
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China Enters the Battle For AI Talent

A mountainous district in western Beijing known for its temples and mushroom production is tipped to become China's hub for industries based on artificial intelligence...

The Shape of Work to Come 
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The Shape of Work to Come 

Last year, entrepreneur Sebastian Thrun set out to augment his sales force with artificial intelligence.

AI Summit Aims to Help World's Poorest
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AI Summit Aims to Help World's Poorest

In the world's wealthiest neighbourhoods, artificial intelligence (AI) systems are starting to steer self-driving cars down the streets, and homeowners are giving...

Track How Technology Is Transforming Work
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Track How Technology Is Transforming Work

Advances in technology pose huge challenges for jobs. Productivity levels have never been higher in the United States, for example, but income for the bottom 50...

Rumours Swirl About Trump's Science Adviser Pick
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Rumours Swirl About Trump's Science Adviser Pick

US President Donald Trump has met with two rumoured front-runners for the role of White House science adviser.

Peaceful European ­nion Starts to Fund Military Research
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Peaceful European ­nion Starts to Fund Military Research

Faced with a changing world order and buffeted by a slew of political crises and terrorist attacks, the historically civilian European Union is bolstering its military...

There Is a Blind Spot in AI Research
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There Is a Blind Spot in AI Research

This week, the White House published its report on the future of artificial intelligence (AI)—a product of four workshops held between May and July 2016 in Seattle...

AI Talent Grab Sparks Excitement and Concern
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AI Talent Grab Sparks Excitement and Concern

When Andrew Ng joined Google from Stanford University in 2011, he was among a trickle of artificial-intelligence (AI) experts in academia taking up roles in industry...

Artificial Intelligence Called In to Tackle Lhc Data Deluge
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Artificial Intelligence Called In to Tackle Lhc Data Deluge

The next generation of particle-collider experiments will feature some of the world's most advanced thinking machines, if links now being forged between particle...
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