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AI Machine Completes Two-Hour Maths Exam in 22 Minutes

An AI machine has taken the maths section of China’s annual university entrance exam, finishing it much faster than students but with a just below average grade. The artificial intelligence…
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AI Will Become Ubiquitous in Five Years’ Time Says Bertie Müller

We spoke to The University of South Wales’ Senior Lecturer in Computing, Bertie Müller, about how AI is currently being used by businesses across a wide variety of sectors, and how…
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Microsoft is Challenging PhD Students to Build an AI Using Minecraft

Microsoft has set the interesting challenge to PhD students around the world of developing a collaborative AI using Project Malmo, or in other words, Minecraft. Microsoft surprised a lot of…
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If You’re a C-Level Executive, Start Thinking About E-Learning Now

It is about time that C-level executives start thinking about eLearning and artificial intelligence, Forbes’ writer, Steve Olenski writes. Referring to statistics showing how much money and effort that goes…
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Deep Learning Specialist Yoshua Benigo Creates Startup-Incubator ‘Element-AI’

Yoshua Benigo, a French-born Canadian deemed one of the main characters behind the rise of deep learning, is now launching a “Silicon Valley-style” startup incubator, aimed towards building companies dedicated to…
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IBM Watson and Udacity Gives you the “Nanodegree” – Leaning AI Online

Most of us are familiar with the different university degrees. We have anything from a bachelor’s degree, a master’s degree to a doctorate – but have you ever heard of a…
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Walter Sinnott-Armstrong: ‘AI and Morality – Not so Irreconcilable As Some Might Believe’

During an open discussion funded by the Future of Life Institute, Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, Chauncey Stillman Professor of Practical Ethics raised the question about how to create artificial intelligence that will serve mankind’s purposes. To…
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South Korean Professor Urges Companies to Push Forward with AI Research

Choi Deung-Jin, Professor of Computer Ccience and Cngineering at Pohang University of Science and Technology is one of many academics following in the line of those praising the development of…
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