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Google says that the EU's current definition of AI is so broad that it 'effectively puts all contemporary software potentially in scope'
Hundreds of scientific papers about COVID-19 come out every day. COVIDScholar hopes to help researchers tackle these more efficiently
Expect more accurate, more natural responses from DOH chatbots with a new AI system in place
Radiologists and medical physicists ask for further examination of an AI-powered COVID-19 diagnostic tool
Researchers identify changes in 3 features – liver enzyme alanine aminotransferase (ALT), reported body aches, and hemoglobin levels – that may predict COVID-19 progression to acute respiratory disease syndrome
As drug resistance in many pathogens rises, AI may help us find newer, more effective antibiotics
Globe says the call with Thailand's AIS lasted more than 3 minutes, and is done without a glitch
The Office of the Privacy Commissioner says Clearview AI's collection and stockpiling of more than three billion photos potentially violated Canadian law, if the photos were obtained without permission
The comedian talks about bringing Jiro to rehab and losing hope for the former child actor
What is affect recognition technology, which is already being used and marketed, and why is it raising concerns?
Ai-Ai reveals that she doesn't attend her gay friends' weddings, saying that 'she doesn't believe in it'
'Dating sinasabi ko lang I trust the Lord, I trust the Lord, pero sa totoo lang po minsan parang Lord, ibibigay mo ba talaga sa akin iyon?' says Ai-Ai
The new research arm, Sony AI, will operate in Japan, Europe, and the US and also focus on the traditional areas of gaming, imaging and sensor equipment, as well as 'gastronomy'
These 3 projects make use of AI to speed up processes or efficiently monitor data in various fields
'We know that the Chinese government is already developing machine learning algorithms for foreign policy'
At a secretive research institute in western Japan, wild-haired roboticist Hiroshi Ishiguro is fine-tuning technology that could blur the line between man and machine
The initiative announced Thursday, September 5, includes $10 million from Facebook and aims to curb what is seen as a major threat to the integrity of online information
'We are the first generation of people who have the power to build machines with the capability to make decisions that have in the past only been made by people,' says Microsoft president Brad Smith
AIM's data science students present 16 artificial intelligence solutions to real-world problems
'And Ai, Thank You' is pleasant if only it persisted to be the guiltless bag of gags it should have been
Japan's SoftBank group plans to partner with tech firms including Apple and Microsoft in a new $108-billion investment fund to accelerate the 'AI revolution'
One common question as intelligent technologies infiltrate various industries is how work and labor will be affected. In this case, who – or what – will do journalism in this AI-enhanced and automated world, and how will they do it?
The AI successfully learns the mechanics of a modified version of the seminal 1999 shooter 'Quake III Arena' and defeats human players
Saab Magalona, Chito Miranda, Angel Locsin, and Vice Ganda share their senatorial bets
Toni Gonzaga, Jose Manalo, Vice Ganda, and Ai-Ai delas Alas are among those who shared the stage with politicians on the first day of the local election campaign
The actresses won for their performances at the 2018 Cinemalaya Film Festival
'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
US-based DataRobot compares all previous Song of the Year winners with this year's nominees, correctly predicting Childish Gambino's victory for 'This Is America'
Called LYNA, the AI is able to identify notoriously hard-to-detect metastatic tumors, say Google researchers
Artificial intelligence flags about 52% of all the content Facebook removes in Myanmar before it is reported by users, the company reports
The AI uses photos of a person found in Facebook as reference to replace closed eyes with open ones
The tech giant will not be renewing its contract with the Pentagon
In the UK, AI-powered early detection technology could help 3 in 4 people survive cancer by 2034
The heavy police presence around 'Zhu Jianqiang' (Strong Pig) shows how sensitive the earthquake remains 10 years after the massive temblor left 87,000 dead or missing, including thousands of children killed
'We want to help people find the right balance and gain a sense of digital wellbeing,' Google CEO Sundar Pichai says at its annual developers conference
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
The study reportedly opens up new research possibilities for AI systems and shows that animals could be new sources of its training data.
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
John Giannandrea, Google's former head of AI and search, represents Apple's bid to keep up with the competition when it comes to its AI technology
Sancho proposes to Shanna in Singapore
AI industry must bring "most significant benefits possible in the coming years," while safeguarding privacy rights, says Canada's Social Development Minister Jean-Yves Duclos
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Amnesty International Philippines' Jose Noel Olano says there is a 'diminishing space' in the area of freedom of expression in the Philippines, making the ability to voice out, criticize, check government become more dangerous
'2018 will be the tipping point for the smart home and, more important, for the smart connected lifestyle,' says LG US marketing vice president David Vanderwaal
The bride walks down the aisle in a Frederick Peralta creation
The couple finally tie the knot after 3 years of dating
'It is time [to] end the carnage on Philippine streets.... The country's judiciary and police have proven themselves both unwilling and unable to hold the killers in the war on drugs to account,' the human rights group says
Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International warn that the return of the Philippine National Police in President Rodrigo Duterte's drug war can lead to more deaths