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16 articles about "AI"
There’s an ‘us and them’ mentality between software engineering and data science.
While seeing long-dead artists eating modern food is fun, this hides a darker problem about authenticity on the web. With heightened concerns about the fake news label being used to undermine information, deepfakes are set to accelerate a crisis in trust.
The great promise of artificial intelligence is efficiency.
When the internet challenged the global media industry, companies were confronted with a stark choice — innovate or perish.
Artificial intelligence (AI), neural networks and machine learning can be ethereal concepts to the average punter, but when applied to the health sector their benefits come into sharp focus.
This survey is about helping us all to understand your AI perspective a little better (and, hey, it might even be fun).
In recent years, thanks in part to more readily available capabilities offered by major cloud providers, facial recognition technology is being applied to identify people not just in photos from our college days, but from as far back as the 1860s.
Artificial intelligence is taking off. Virtual assistants, computer chips, cameras and software packages are increasingly taking advantage of machine learning to create pseudo-intelligent, versatile problem-solvers.
Intelligence without ethics is dangerous. Human intelligence is tempered with human empathy.
Quantify It. Undersand the downside.
We'll be the first to admit that AI is scary.
In this week's buzzword chat the team tackles how machine learning & AI aren't going to solve your IT woes -- robust discussion ensues.
Science fiction has had mixed results predicting the future.
A few weeks ago Allan published some thoughts on AI in The Australian. What was published came from a longer exploratory piece which makes sense to publish here in full. Here it is...
Elon Musk can’t be wrong about artificial intelligence, can he? Well, actually, yes he is wrong.
Kablamo's Allan Waddell recently explored the bleeding edge of Artificial Intelligence for The Australian.