Rappler's latest stories on artificial intelligence
The world has changed since sci-fi author Isaac Asimov in 1942 wrote his 3 rules for robots. Today's omnipresent computers and algorithms demand up-to-date measures.
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OpenAI Five is a system that has recently defeated top Dota 2 team OG
The European Commission unveils a framework aimed at boosting trust in artificial intelligence by ensuring, for example, data about EU citizens are not used to harm them
The order however stops short of specific funding or a detailed strategy for deployment of artificial intelligence
'It can mimic a human pediatrician to interpret and integrate all types of medical data – patient complaints, medical history, blood and imaging tests – to make a diagnosis,' says lead researcher Kang Zhang
Tech companies building AI should factor in ethics early in the process to make certain artificial intelligence with 'agency of its own' doesn't hurt people, Google chief Sundar Pichai says
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The author believes human rights and dignity would suffer if artifiical intelligence is given personhood under the law for a number of a reasons
The device, which will be available for pre-order in the United States from Monday, is designed to allow users to make video calls at home without having to stand immediately in front of the screen or hold a phone at arm's length.
'Killer robots are no longer the stuff of science fiction,' says Rasha Abdul Rahim, Amnesty International's advisor on artificial intelligence and human rights
Artificial intelligence flags about 52% of all the content Facebook removes in Myanmar before it is reported by users, the company reports
As nations such as the US, China, Israel, South Korea, Russia, and the UK develop automated weapons systems, tech leaders band together to pledge not to help in the development and use of these 'slaughterbots'
The tech giant will not be renewing its contract with the Pentagon
The collaboration with the US Department of Defense was said to have sparked rebellion inside the California-based company.
In the UK, AI-powered early detection technology could help 3 in 4 people survive cancer by 2034
While the app will enable users to get 'personalized' news, it will also include top stories for all readers, aiming to break the so-called filter bubble of information designed to reinforce people's biases
Robert Downey Jr is moving from Jarvis to real-life robots
Google unveils Android P, improvements for Assistant, and new AI capabilities at its annual conference
Google is taking its artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities into improving the lives of people by taking AI into new and varied use cases
Facebook could use its partnerships with news organizations and volunteers to train AI, continually tweaking the system to respond to propagandists’ changes in topics and tactics
Facebook director of AI and machine learning Srinivas Narayanan says the company used 3.5 billion public Instagram photos in thousands of hashtagged categories to improve a machine learning algorithm's ability to categorize images for itself
The study reportedly opens up new research possibilities for AI systems and shows that animals could be new sources of its training data.
The device, called IDx-DR, can diagnose a condition called diabetic retinopathy, the most common cause of vision loss among the more than 30 million Americans living with diabetes
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, a state-run university is now being criticized by experts for reportedly working with defense company, Hanwha Systems, to develop AI technology in weapons
In the program, participants get to learn about AI and data science through 9 courses of around 8 to 16 hours each
The institute, a tie-up with Nanyang Technological University (NTU), is Alibaba's first joint research center outside mainland China
Have you thought about what your place is or will be in the age of artificial intelligence?
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However, none of the planets are expected to be hospitable to life
The new features aim to add more nuance to answers given on search queries
Google's move to open a Beijing office focused on fundamental research is an indication of China's AI talent, widely seen as being neck-and-neck with the United States in research capability
It’s the country’s first fully digital bank branch, and it aims to transform banking from a boring chore to an empowering experience
The artificial intelligence technology uses 'pattern recognition to detect posts or live videos where someone might be expressing thoughts of suicide'
(UPDATED) Washington SyCip's passing creates a void in the business relationships that directly involve or are dependent on him that will be difficult, if not impossible, to fill
The Google Clips smart camera aims to mix artificial intelligence, hardware, and software
Fil Am Antonio Yobie Benjamin identifies improvement of internet services and knowledge enhancement as elements that will help the industry prepare for AI
Ozlo s AI can answer questions that require responses beyond yes or no – something that may be implemented in Messenger down the line
Tech and innovation leaders Arvin Yason Stephanie Sy and Shahab Shabibi on how technology disrupts the human experience
The Philippines central bank is using the buzzwords FinTech RegTech and chatbots
The debate between Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg underscores the rift in the tech community on whether new technologies capable of creating intelligent machines like robots and self driving cars would be a blessing or a curse for humanity
These are the ways by which companies can innovate – it’s not all about acquiring the latest tools
How are new technologies improving our digital interactions with local companies? Do they have the potential to solve bigger problems in the country? Watch our LIVE interiew with Accenture s JP Palpallatoc on Wednesday July 12 3 pm
Book author Karl de Mesa reflects on the fusion of man and machine in Ghost in the Shell and today s real world artificial intelligence
In a joint blog post the social network s global policy management director Monika Bickert and counterterrorism policy manager Brian Fishman say Facebook is committed to tackling the issue head on
Satya Nadella beckons to developers reminding them that their design choices today are shaping the world of tomorrow
AI takes centerstage on the first day of the tech titan s annual Build conference
A Berkeley professor however warns of the gorilla problem in which a potentially smarter specie overtakes an inferior one – like how AI could be to humans