This screencap is taken from a research paper entitled 'Deep neural networks are more accurate than humans at detecting sexual orientation from facial images'. The picture shows a heatmap produced by a computer of different facial features used to identify sexual preference by a facial recognition identifier.
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Facial Recognition AI Used To ‘Detect’ Sexual Preference – Researchers Face Human Rights Backlash

Last week, the Internet was ablaze with justifiable concern—and even outrage—regarding the implications of new research from Stanford University. The paper, entitled ‘Deep neural networks are more accurate than humans…
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Amazon AI Brings Machine Learning To All

Swami Sivasubramanian is VP of Amazon AI at Amazon Web Services. He is in charge of all Amazon AI and Machine Learning initiatives, which you can learn more about here.…
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Stanford U: “We Are Experiencing An AI Revolution”

Steve Eglash is Executive Director of Strategic Research Initiatives in the Computer Science Department at Stanford University.  Steve develops and manages research programs in data science and artificial intelligence, bridging…
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Audi CEO Says Ethics Around Self-Driving Cars Must be Discussed

The use of artificial intelligence in self-driving cars presents many ethical questions that need to be addressed, Audi CEO Rupert Stadler said in a keynote speech at the United Nations’…
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Twitter is Using IBM Watson to Fight Online Abuse

Twitter has announced that it’s going to be using IBM Watson to identify, stop and sanction people posting abusive messages on their social media platform. Online hate speech is a huge…
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