With thousands of press releases published each week, it can be difficult to keep up with everything on PR Newswire. To help journalists covering the energy and natural resources industry stay on top of the week’s most newsworthy and popular releases, here’s a roundup of stories from the week that shouldn’t be missed. Continue reading
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OpenAI: Ethics and intelligence
By Adam Smith | Tech correspondent
OpenAI rolled out GPT-4 last week, the new artificial intelligence service that powers ChatGPT.
The main addition to the new model is that it can now “understand” images – writing captions and descriptions, as well as explaining jokes behind memes – and write computer code. Continue reading
Casey review: key steps the Met police must take to address its institutional racism and sexism
John Fox, University of Portsmouth
Baroness Louise Casey has found that London’s Metropolitan police force is institutionally racist, misogynistic and homophobic. We heard similar 24 years ago when, after the incompetent investigation into the murder of Stephen Lawrence, Sir William MacPherson reported that the Met was institutionally racist.
Data science, machine learning on menu at Gartner® ‘Bake-Off’
The oven mitts are off as one of analytics top chefs SAS prepares to take the stage at the Gartner Data Science and Machine Learning Bake-Off in Orlando, FL, on March 22. Part of the Gartner Data and Analytics North America Summit, the Bake-Off will serve up a smorgasbord of data analytics delicacies, expertly prepared on the machine learning platforms of select advanced analytics vendors in head-to-head, live-action demonstrations. Continue reading
Keywords Studios and Spectrum Labs AI Partner to Give In-Game Moderation an AI Boost
Spectrum Labs, the leader in AI-driven natural language understanding and content moderation, today announced it is joining efforts with Keywords Studios, an international video game industry service provider, and its Trust & Safety Services in their mission to enable positive interactions among players to boost retention and engagement. Continue reading
Seven tips for finding happiness at work
Cary Cooper, University of Manchester
Work, it’s something most of us do though it isn’t always enjoyable. Whether it’s long hours, gruelling tasks or just the repetitive nature of a day-to-day routine, work can sometimes be something we have to do rather than something we want to do.
Spring budget 2023: AI announcements hint at data grab behind the scenes
Eerke Boiten, De Montfort University
In the area of digital technologies including artificial intelligence (AI), the UK budget can be a barometer of technological development and hype. However, there is a worrying drive towards deregulation in the background – combined with an apparent desire to encourage the rights holders for data to share it with companies involved in AI.
New Co-Authored Study Opens New Doors to Quantum-Powered Machine Learning and Medical Diagnostics
QC Ware, a leading quantum software and services company, announced today that a joint research project with one of the world’s leading biotechnology companies uncovered new discoveries in medical imaging analysis and diagnostics, leveraging quantum computing to better detect the presence and type of diabetic retinopathy. Continue reading
This Week in Sports News: 12 Stories You Need to See
With thousands of press releases published each week, it can be difficult to keep up with everything on PR Newswire. To help journalists covering the sports industry stay on top of the week’s most newsworthy and popular releases, here’s a roundup of stories from the week that shouldn’t be missed. Continue reading
Green Hydrogen: IDTechEx Asks if It Can Be Cost Competitive
The clean hydrogen market is poised for growth, driven by decarbonization efforts and concerns around energy security. A number of ambitious targets and roadmaps are being set out by different governments and regions. Clean hydrogen can refer to a number of routes for producing hydrogen, but the primary among them are green and blue hydrogen. Blue hydrogen refers to hydrogen produced from natural gas or coal but with carbon emissions captured. Green hydrogen refers to the splitting of water via electrolyzers powered by renewable power sources. IDTechEx forecasts that the water electrolyzer market will grow to over US$120B by 2033. Continue reading