Tag Archives: Cybernetics

23May/20

SAS launches free AI-driven environment to mine COVID-19 research

Globally, thousands of scientists are working tirelessly on COVID-19 mitigation efforts, including the search for new treatments and a vaccine. Analytics leader SAS brings a powerful resource to the fight with COVID-19 Scientific Literature Search and Text Analysis, a free visual text analysis environment that uses artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to quickly search tens of thousands of research articles on COVID-19 and deliver potentially lifesaving answers to these scientists. Read more

13May/20

Foxconn Partners With Socionext and Hailo to Launch Next-generation AI Processing Solution for Video Analytics at the ‘Edge’

Foxconn, a global leader in smart manufacturing, is joining Socionext, a major provider of advanced SoC solutions for video and imaging systems, and leading artificial intelligence (AI) chipmaker Hailo to launch the next-generation AI processing solution for video analytics at the edge. Read more

10Nov/17

Tech stars split over AI: threat or salvation?

Artificial Intelligence is a hot topic at a web summit in Portugal, with scientists warning of the risks of creating powerful autonomous machines that are smarter than we are. Emily Wither reports. Continue reading

20Aug/17

China’s first artificial intelligence medical center goes online in east China province

China Central Television (CCTV) – China’s first artificial intelligence (AI) treatment center entered operation in Hefei City of east China’s Anhui Province Sunday, which can help doctors to diagnose a disease within a matter of seconds. Continue reading

05Jul/17

We need to talk about sex, robot experts say

Artificial intelligence (AI) is making its way into the global sex technology market, bringing with it a revolution in robotic “sextech” designed to offer gratification with a near-human touch. Continue reading

09Nov/16

Donald Trump in charge of the NSA

Press Release (Open Rights Group) – “If there were a crisis in the relationship between the UK and the US, what risks would our shared intelligence arrangements pose?”
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