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New roles for technology Rise of the robots - The Economist

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New roles for technology Rise of the robots The Economist ROBOTS came into the world as a literary device whereby the writers and film-makers of the early 20th century could explore their hopes and fears about technology, as the era of the...
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Zuckerberg, Musk and Kutcher Invest In Artificial Intelligence Firm - TIME

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Zuckerberg, Musk and Kutcher Invest In Artificial Intelligence Firm TIME Billionaire tech entrepreneurs Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg, along with actor Ashton Kutcher, have joined forces to make a $40 million investment in the artificial...
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IBM Watson will become a development platform

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RT @net4tech: IBM Watson will become a development platform http://t.co/drryNYSuGh

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Will An Artificial Intelligence Ever Deliver A TED Talk?

Will An Artificial Intelligence Ever Deliver A TED Talk? | Artificial Intelligence - Communications for ICT | Scoop.it
Move over Turing Test, it's time to make room for the A.I. XPRIZE. The recently announced competition will award a team who can create a machine intelligence that can deliver a TED Talk so outstanding that it would receive a standing ovation.
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Facebook's facial recognition software is now as accurate as the human brain ... - ExtremeTech

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Facebook's facial recognition software is now as accurate as the human brain ...

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Artificial intelligence is the next big tech trend. Here's why. - Washington Post (blog)

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Artificial intelligence is the next big tech trend. Here's why.
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What Google's DeepMind acquisition means for artificial intelligence ...

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With the acquisition of DeepMind, Google will acquire a whole new set of technologies related to artificial intelligence. But what will it use them for, and should we be concerned?
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IBM Watson fires its own cancer-fighting 'moonshot'

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Cancer research hospital MD Anderson launched a program, in partnership with IBM Watson, to eradicate eight different forms of cancer.

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How Big is the Field of Artificial Intelligence?

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Louie Helm's curator insight, March 22, 2014 5:53 AM

"According to a variety of metrics, the amount of AI research being done appears to be about 10% of the amount of computer science (CS) research being done."