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Surgeons Ask AI Which Patients Need Better Pain Management
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Surgeons Ask AI Which Patients Need Better Pain Management

Cedars-Sinai's Department of Computational Biomedicine developed artificial intelligence tools to help spine surgeons predict patient outcomes and address pain...

Women More Concerned Than Men About Some AI Developments
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Women More Concerned Than Men About Some AI Developments

Women in the United States are more skeptical than men about some uses of artificial intelligence, particularly the possible widespread use of driverless passenger...

Researchers Want to Use AI to Talk to Animals
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Researchers Want to Use AI to Talk to Animals

Earth Species Project wants to harness the power of machine learning to decode communication across the entire animal kingdom. The project has its doubters.

NSF Awards $20 Million to Universities for Advanced Data Science
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NSF Awards $20 Million to Universities for Advanced Data Science

The U.S. National Science Foundation has announced awards totaling $20 million that will fund two multi-university teams of scientists and engineers who will conduct...

Tweeting Their Way to Higher Pay
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Tweeting Their Way to Higher Pay

Executives and others can advance their job prospects through personal branding on social media, research shows.

The Overworked Humans Behind China's Virtual Influencers
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The Overworked Humans Behind China's Virtual Influencers

Hidden behind the perfect faces of China's $16 billion virtual celebrity industry is an angry, overworked labor force.

Machine Learning Helps Treatment of Chronic Conditions
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Machine Learning Helps Treatment of Chronic Conditions

Machine learning models present opportunities to improve quality of care, self-management, and decision-making support to reduce treatment burden and the risk of...

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...

Researchers' Computer Model Predicts Whether a Pesticide Will Harm Bees
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Researchers' Computer Model Predicts Whether a Pesticide Will Harm Bees

Researchers at Oregon State University have trained a support vector machine to predict the toxicity of proposed pesticides to honey bees based on the compound's...

Why Microsoft Measures Employee Thriving, Not Engagement
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Why Microsoft Measures Employee Thriving, Not Engagement

Dawn Klinghoffer and Elizabeth McCune of Microsoft's People Analytics team studied how to keep employees thriving, that is, energized and empowered to do meaningful...

Higgs Boson Discoverers Publish Refined Measurements
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Higgs Boson Discoverers Publish Refined Measurements

Experimenters marked this week's 10-year anniversary of the Higgs discovery by releasing comprehensive new measurements of the particle.

Taxonomy Makes Machine-Learning Model Features More Understandable
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Taxonomy Makes Machine-Learning Model Features More Understandable

MIT researchers have developed a taxonomy to improve the interpretability of features of machine learning models so that data scientists will be more comfortable...

Wimbledon Hoping Big Data Will Improve Fan Experience
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Wimbledon Hoping Big Data Will Improve Fan Experience

All England Club and IBM are offering a tool that aims to keep Wimbledon fans engaged with detailed AI-powered stats.

Making Art Through Computation
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Making Art Through Computation

MIT graduate student Chelsi Cocking develops software to use as artistic tools, including facial detection techniques, body tracking software, and machine learning...

Women in Science Receive Less Credit for Their Contributions
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Women in Science Receive Less Credit for Their Contributions

Women in science are less likely than their male counterparts to receive authorship credit for the work they do, a new study finds.

Researchers Build An Unsupervised Machine Learning Algorithm
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Researchers Build An Unsupervised Machine Learning Algorithm

A group of Cornell physicists and computer scientists developed an unsupervised machine learning method that can automatically extract charge density wave order...

Researchers Hope Fireflies Will Aid Robot Communication
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Researchers Hope Fireflies Will Aid Robot Communication

Researchers from the University of Colorado are studying the Great Smoky Mountains' synchronous fireflies to determine whether understanding the way they communicate...

Researcher to Use Machine Learning to Improve Cancer Treatments
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Researcher to Use Machine Learning to Improve Cancer Treatments

Assistant Professor Tin Nguyen has received a $490,039 U.S. National Science Foundation CAREER award to develop machine learning techniques to determine how an...

Large Language Models Will Change Science
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Large Language Models Will Change Science

Advances in natural language processing and large language models are making it possible for machines to understand natural language, including the prose in scientific...

Computer Code May Help Speed Up Airport Security
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Computer Code May Help Speed Up Airport Security

The challenge of moving passengers and flight crews through airport security quickly while keeping safety precautions in place led to the Open Threat Assessment...
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