Is a Google language model alive? One researcher certainly thinks so.
Facial recognition is becoming more and more common. In some cases, it’s used to make existing procedures more efficient or to connect existing data points together. While that seems like the community has already consented to these use cases, people often have a visceral reaction to hearing that new technology is being applied.
Is that video real? Are you sure? A new technique makes it easier than ever to create passable fake videos of prominent people. You cannot trust your eyes anymore.
Facial recognition is a technology that exemplifies the underlying neutrality of most technology. When used with positive intentions it makes out devices more secure. When in the wrong hands, it can violate privacy on a massive scale. Do we need to regulate this technology? At what level? Regardless of your stance, we need to talk about this as a …
The popular perception of A.I. does not line up with it’s current capabilities. A look at what’s real and what’s not.
Google really doesn’t like humans and they LOVE data. At the intersection of those two areas is a new A.I assistant that calls business to complete simple tasks for it’s users and to automatically update Google’s databases: enter Google Duplex.
Google announced several new AI advancements at the I/O 2018 event. On the surface, there’s a lot of really usable features. The downside is more profiling and implicit trade offs. I much prefer explicit trades and I think most people agree.
There have been a lot of advancements in AI research and use lately, but are we moving in the right direction? Are we having the right conversations around AIs impact?