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Read Calibrate Consulting's insightful magazine, featuring a collection of articles from The New York Times on the topic of Artificial Intelligence. Here is the full list:
Whether we realise it or not, most of us benefit from artificial intelligence (AI) every day.
Tech firms are trying to ensure that their systems work in ethical ways — but concerns over the rise of artificial intelligence remain. Is Regulation the Answer?
It might be possible, physicists say, but not anytime soon. And there’s no guarantee that we humans will understand the result.
Early tests have been promising, but issues involving bias, privacy and mistrust of “black box” algorithms are possible pitfalls.
Machine-learning applications are proving to be especially useful to the scientific community studying the planet’s largest bodies of water.
Well before self-driving cars become a reality, there are simpler approaches that can make roads much safer.
Automated robots can match or even exceed a human in dexterity, precision and speed, according to a new research paper from the Berkeley team.
Many of us already live with artificial intelligence now, but researchers say interactions with the technology will become increasingly personalized.
Robots can’t think or feel, despite what the researchers who build them want to believe.
High-performance cloud computing has allowed start-ups to develop prototypes and run simulations — including one to the moon — previously done on supercomputers.
Building owners are using data collection and AI to help control systems like heating, lighting, air quality and even the flow of workers.
As artificial intelligence evolves, personal finance programs are working to offer you, and your budget, tailored advice.
New technologies can help diagnose or predict illnesses, but they require large amounts of patient data. But there are many questions regarding the research, especially when it involves big corporate labs.
Using the pattern-recognizing power of machine learning to revolutionize coaching and make advanced analytics available to teams of all kinds. Machine learning is affecting players, teams, sports medicine and even betting.
Ellie Leonard’s transcription business has thrived in the face of AI. She is a case study on staying ahead of the relentless march of automated services and advancing AI technology.
A convolutional neural network, or CNN, is a type of AI designed to analyze information that can be processed as a grid; well suited to analyzing photographs and images.
A computer scientist argues that the quest for fully automated robots is misguided, perhaps even dangerous. His decades of warnings are gaining more attention.
In a free service, bots call restaurants and make reservations. The technology is impressive, except for when the caller is actually a person.
A growing number of new products allow anyone to apply atrificial intelligence without having to write a line of computer code. Proponents believe the “no-code” movement will change the world.
Artificial intelligence has its own insider jargon. Here are some crucial concepts and terms, defined and digested for the rest of us.
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