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65% of Tech Recruiters Believe Their Hiring Process Is Biased, Survey Suggests
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65% of Tech Recruiters Believe Their Hiring Process Is Biased, Survey Suggests

In a poll of 14,000 technology workers from 131 countries, nearly two-thirds of respondents said bias is an issue in tech recruitment.

Machine Intelligence Builds Soft Machines
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Machine Intelligence Builds Soft Machines

A machine learning framework developed by researchers at the University of Maryland aims to accelerate the design of soft machines.

Studying the Big Bang with AI
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Studying the Big Bang with AI

Researchers at Austria's TU Wien have demonstrated that neural networks can be used to simulate "quark-gluon plasma" to study the Big Bang.

The AI Outlook
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The AI Outlook

Data, privacy, trust, and sustainability feature prominently as researchers look to the year ahead.

Physical Systems Perform ML Computations
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Physical Systems Perform ML Computations

Cornell University researchers have trained physical systems to execute generic machine learning computations.

Robot Performs Keyhole Surgery on Pigs
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Robot Performs Keyhole Surgery on Pigs

Researchers at Johns Hopkins University programmed a robot to perform minimally invasive keyhole surgery on pigs.

IRS Wants to Scan Your Face
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IRS Wants to Scan Your Face

By this summer, Americans wanting to access their Internal Revenue Service records online will be required to submit a facial video to confirm their identity.

Facebook's Cryptocurrency Venture to Wind Down, Sell Assets
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Facebook's Cryptocurrency Venture to Wind Down, Sell Assets

Diem Association is selling its technology to crypto-focused bank Silvergate Capital for $200 million.

Scientists Simulate 'Fingerprint' of Noise on Quantum Computer
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Scientists Simulate 'Fingerprint' of Noise on Quantum Computer

Researchers developed a technique that creates a "fingerprint" of noise on a quantum computer, as seen by a simulation running on the machine.

AI Model Helps Discover Causes of Motor Neuron Disease
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AI Model Helps Discover Causes of Motor Neuron Disease

A new machine learning model has identified 690 risk genes for motor neuron disease.

Engineers Build Molecular Framework to Bridge Experimental, Computer Sciences for Peptide-Based Materials Engineering
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Engineers Build Molecular Framework to Bridge Experimental, Computer Sciences for Peptide-Based Materials Engineering

Engineers have closed the gap between experimental and computer sciences to better predict peptide structures with a molecular framework.

Flaws Plague Tool Meant to Help Low-Risk Federal Prisoners Win Early Release
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Flaws Plague Tool Meant to Help Low-Risk Federal Prisoners Win Early Release

The U.S. Department of Justice found persistent flaws in an algorithm used to qualify low-risk federal prisoners for early release.

AI Can Analyze Eye Scans To Identify Risk of Heart Attack
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AI Can Analyze Eye Scans To Identify Risk of Heart Attack

The system—which has 70% to 80% accuracy—predicts if patients are at risk of a heart attack over the next year.

Controlling Complex Systems with AI
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Controlling Complex Systems with AI

Scientists have developed an artificial intelligence system that can solve complex control problems.

Artificial Intelligence: Digital Pen Helps People Learn to Write
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Artificial Intelligence: Digital Pen Helps People Learn to Write

Teachers are given more freedom for creative and communicative tasks.

AI's Potential Boon to Businesses
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AI's Potential Boon to Businesses

E-commerce companies can more efficiently organize products and help customers find what they want with artificial intelligence.

First Felony Charges in Fatal Crash Involving Autopilot
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First Felony Charges in Fatal Crash Involving Autopilot

The driver of a Tesla on Autopilot that ran a red light and killed two people in another car in 2019 faces two counts of vehicular manslaughter.  

Solving for Why
From Communications of the ACM

Solving for Why

A focus on causality is promising to help researchers overcome shortcomings that have bedeviled more traditional approaches to artificial intelligence.

Virtual Duplicates
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Virtual Duplicates

Digital twins aim to model reality so we can see how it changes.

Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and the Fight Against World Hunger
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Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and the Fight Against World Hunger

Advancements in AI, machine learning, and next-gen technologies are transforming the fight against world hunger.
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