Sam Zeloof combines 1970s-era machines with homemade designs. His creations show what’s possible for small-scale silicon tinkerers.
Medical information is more complex and less available than the web data that many algorithms were trained on, so results can be misleading.
New algorithms that decipher complex sequences of amino acids offered an early view of the coronavirus variant. They could point the way to future drugs.
Two dozen cities and states prohibit use of the tech. But it’s on phones and is increasingly used in airports and in banks.
The “Few-Shot Learner” system doesn’t need to see as many examples to identify troublesome posts, and it works in more than 100 languages.
The researcher, who says Google fired her a year ago, wants to ask questions about responsible use of artificial intelligence.
Under pressure to make their sites accessible to visually impaired users, firms turn to software. But advocates say the tech isn’t always up to the task.
The National Security Commission on AI included members from Oracle, Google, Microsoft, and Amazon. Some of its recommendations are already federal law.
Human reviewers and AI filters struggle to police the flood of content—or understand the nuances in different Arabic dialects.