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This AI Can Tell True Hate Speech From Harmless Banter
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This AI Can Tell True Hate Speech From Harmless Banter

Researchers at McGill University have taught machine-learning software to identify hate speech by acquiring knowledge on how members of hateful communities speak...

Facebook AI Learns Human Reactions After Watching Hours of Skype
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Facebook AI Learns Human Reactions After Watching Hours of Skype

There's something not quite right about humanoid robots.

Facebook AI Learns Human Reactions After Watching Hours of Skype
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Facebook AI Learns Human Reactions After Watching Hours of Skype

Researchers at Facebook's Artificial Intelligence lab have developed an expressive animated bot controlled by an artificially intelligent algorithm trained on hundreds...

Inside the Fighter Jet of the Future Where AI Is the Pilot 
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Inside the Fighter Jet of the Future Where AI Is the Pilot 

I'm in the cockpit of a Typhoon fighter jet. It's an overwhelming sea of buttons, twiddly knobs and square screens displaying various diagrams and measurements....

AI Artist Conjures ­p Convincing Fake Worlds From Memories
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AI Artist Conjures ­p Convincing Fake Worlds From Memories

Researchers have developed a neural network capable of creating realistic photos based on real-world images.

Deepmind AI Teaches Itself About the World By Watching Videos
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Deepmind AI Teaches Itself About the World By Watching Videos

Researchers at Google's DeepMind unit have developed an artificial intelligence system that teaches itself to recognize visual and audio concepts by watching video...

Deepmind AI Teaches Itself About the World By Watching Videos
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Deepmind AI Teaches Itself About the World By Watching Videos

To an untrained AI, the world is a blur of confusing data streams.

AI Coach Will Train Hopeless Chatbots to Pass the Turing Test
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AI Coach Will Train Hopeless Chatbots to Pass the Turing Test

"I can't define obscenity, but I know it when I see it." US Justice Potter Stewart's famous turn of phrase could also be an apt description of the Turing test,...

Neural Network Poetry Is So Bad We Think It's Written By Humans
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Neural Network Poetry Is So Bad We Think It's Written By Humans

A neural network trained on poetry has attempted to write its own lines; ts best efforts can convince people they are reading the words of a human poet.

Peering Inside an Ai's Brain Will Help ­S Trust Its Decisions
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Peering Inside an Ai's Brain Will Help ­S Trust Its Decisions

Oi, AI—What do you think you're looking at? Understanding why machine learning algorithms can be tricked into seeing things that aren't there is becoming more important...

Artificially Intelligent Painters Invent New Styles of Art
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Artificially Intelligent Painters Invent New Styles of Art

Researchers have modified a generative adversarial network to create an artificial intelligence program that produces images in unconventional styles.

Deepmind Now Learns from Human Preferences, Just Like a Toddler
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Deepmind Now Learns from Human Preferences, Just Like a Toddler

AI systems continue to get increasingly powerful, but still need far too much hand-holding by their human masters. New research from DeepMind and OpenAI suggests...

Deepmind's Neural Network Teaches AI to Reason About the World
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Deepmind's Neural Network Teaches AI to Reason About the World

Google's DeepMind has developed a neural network that gives computers the ability to understand how different objects are related to each other.

Chatbots Learn How to Negotiate and Drive a Hard Bargain
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Chatbots Learn How to Negotiate and Drive a Hard Bargain

What's in it for me?

Deepmind's Neural Network Teaches AI to Reason About the World
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Deepmind's Neural Network Teaches AI to Reason About the World

The world is a confusing place, especially for an AI.

Robots Will Be More ­seful If They Are Made to Lack Confidence
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Robots Will Be More ­seful If They Are Made to Lack Confidence

University of California, Berkeley researchers are developing an artificial intelligence system that seeks and accepts human oversight.

AI Will Be Able to Beat ­S at Everything By 2060, Say Experts
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AI Will Be Able to Beat ­S at Everything By 2060, Say Experts

There is a 50% chance that machines will outperform humans in all tasks within 45 years, according to a survey of 352 artificial intelligence (AI) researchers conducted...

Inquisitive Bot Asks Questions to Test Your ­Understanding
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Inquisitive Bot Asks Questions to Test Your ­Understanding

Researchers say they have developed an artificial intelligence system that has learned to ask questions of its own.

Deep Learning Tells Giraffes From Gazelles in the Serengeti
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Deep Learning Tells Giraffes From Gazelles in the Serengeti

Researchers used a database of 3.2 million photos to train a deep-learning system to distinguish between 48 animal species.

Synthetic Humans Help Computers Understand How Real People Act
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Synthetic Humans Help Computers Understand How Real People Act

Researchers are working to help computers understand human behavior by feeding them videos and images of computer-generated bodies in motion
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