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Applied Use Cases

On Jan 16, 2021
@nathanbenaich shared
@ZehanWang I suppose it’s this kit AI camera https://t.co/qVMJCidaOj
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Redefining mobile photography

Redefining mobile photography

Discover how the mobile processor with AI (Artificial Intelligence) capabilities enables smartphone camera to capture mesmerizing photography.

On Jan 13, 2021
@_ananyaaa shared
we're talking about 400 million people here https://t.co/gtTZdqxvBa
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Will India’s Signal fever make a dent in WhatsApp’s 400 million user base?

Will India’s Signal fever make a dent in WhatsApp’s 400 million user base?

Open-source messaging app Signal and its seven-year-old rival Telegram have been cashing in on the anti-WhatsApp frenzy but their popularity is still far from the Facebook-owned app's.

On Jan 15, 2021
@mtlaiethics shared
RT @terahlyons: A great profile of @PartnershipAI’s AI Incidents Database by @bdtechtalks, featuring our awesome Partner @seanmcgregor. Those in aviation safety will be familiar with the concept of an incident record—now, crucially, we are applying it to AI. https://t.co/YAlbKXz3II
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The AI Incident Database wants to improve the safety of machine learning

The AI Incident Database wants to improve the safety of machine learning

The AI Incident Database is a comprehensive collection of incidents in which AI systems have caused harm in the real world.

On Jan 16, 2021
@juliacarriew shared
Many thanks to these experts and thinkers for their ideas, ranging from 10k librarians to disability access: @BostonJoan @wphillips49 @culturejedi @ma_franks @jilliancyork @AlexanderAbdo @BrandingBrandi @ekp @ubiquity75 @MelissaRyan @blakereid https://t.co/S5vDGHfbzU
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Banning Trump won't fix social media: 10 ideas to rebuild our broken internet – by experts

Banning Trump won't fix social media: 10 ideas to rebuild our broken internet – by experts

Away from the vitriol, researchers are investigating concrete steps companies, officials and the rest of us can take to tackle the crisis

On Jan 17, 2021
@nathanbenaich shared
💎 Newsletter out there now to 12.8k subs! Have a read of the latest issue covering December 2020 and subscribe for free here: https://t.co/aiTAnVVTdp https://t.co/9ddDH1fQ10
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Your guide to AI

Your guide to AI

Dear readers,Welcome to 2021 and the first of a dozen issues of my newsletter, Your guide to AI. Here you’ll find an analytical narrative covering key developments in AI tech, geopolitics, ...

On Jan 17, 2021
@arstechnica shared
AI-powered text from this program could fool the government https://t.co/JyOzjzz5qD by @wired
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AI-powered text from this program could fool the government

AI-powered text from this program could fool the government

Volunteers couldn't tell AI-generated comments from those penned by humans.

On Jan 13, 2021
@nathanbenaich shared
RT @elixirlang: Learn how @V7Labs is orchestrating computer vision and managing large data sets using Elixir, Phoenix, RabbitMQ, and more: https://t.co/bg6KoNPdIF Plus, they are hiring! #myelixirstatus #machinelearning
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Orchestrating computer vision with Elixir at V7

Orchestrating computer vision with Elixir at V7

A case study of how Elixir is being used at V7.

On Jan 13, 2021
@johnchavens shared
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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!

Town Hall Follow Up: Thank You and future plans The Launch of the IEEE Earth Lab The Re-Think Health Podcast Decoupling Human Characteristics from Algorithmic Capabilities …