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Imaginary Friends 3: ‘Capital Punishment?’
‘Artificial Intelligence’ and ‘Machine Learning’ depend on, among other things, the language used by humans. Four imaginary friends discuss the many uncertainties that creates.
Nigel Morris-Cotterill  |  Sep  21,  2022
Who will establish ethics for the metaverse?
Much has been made of the metaverse and its potential to change the world, though in many ways it is still a thing of the future. Some of its logistical hurdles and potentially negative aspects also need to be ironed out, as do misconceptions about what it actually is.
Terence Tse, Mark Esposito, Joshua Entsminger  |  Sep  06,  2022
Expected Changes in the Regulation of Health Apps
Health apps have proliferated of late, partly due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but their quality and reliability is often uneven. Data security and user privacy laws have also lagged. Regulation must keep pace as health-tracking and other emerging technologies continue developing. Dr Rohitashva Agrawal wonders whether the world is up to the challenge.
Rohitashva Agrawal  |  Jun  03,  2022
From Cancel Culture to the Metaverse: Detecting Trends in the Media Spotlight
Computational linguist Janna Lipenkova discusses how trending topics in the media can be extracted using natural language processing by looking at prominent time series patterns, analyzing the meaning of a topic by constructing and inspecting its semantic context, and witnessing changes over time in the semantic context of a topic.
Janna Lipenkova  |  Mar  23,  2022
Wanted: A Steve Jobs to turn AI into iAI
Pioneer, visionary and technical wizard are just three of the many things said about Apple Inc. co-founder Steve Jobs. Unfortunately, his death a decade ago left a gaping hole in technological advancement and robbed us of his genius, especially in the artificial intelligence domain. Satyen K. Bordoloi takes us on a ‘What If?’ tour and discusses how AI could have evolved had Jobs still been with us today and what the industry can still learn from such speculation.
Satyen K. Bordoloi  |  Feb  03,  2022
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