The British will seemingly put Marmite into anything, even adding it to a recipe generated by a machine learning model.
There is talk of open-sourcing its analysis so that Twitter can be held accountable should evidence of bias be found.
It looks like YouTube is leveraging machine learning to tackle one of its biggest issues in recent years – inappropriate videos.
It’s called Amazon Kendra and could be deployed in a variety of enterprise environments.
Old Mutual will be making a number of improvements to its customer portal with help from AWS.
In a bid to give enterprise greater access to tech that can drive AI and ML, Nvidia and VMware have announced a new collaboration.
An alogrithm trained to detect deepfakes could help or hinder the fight against minsinformation.
So says the latest survey from research firm Gartner.
Without careful consideration of the development, cute dogs could become vicious animals, at least in the mind of an artificial intelligence.
Senior Data Scientist at AWS, Yotam Yarden, outlines seven things that all executives should be aware of when it comes to machine learning.
Humanity is far away from developing an intelligent machine but we should aware of the dangers we could eventually create.
The social media platform’s AI tools for protecting young users appear to be working well.
Smart cities could bring about better service delivery and help manage infrastructure as the population continues to grow.
There’s also bad news for anybody that buys followers or likes.
The top trends predicted for the year are not massive developments, but more a refinement of existing innovations. Here are fifteen of the biggest.
That didn’t take very long did it?
Don’t fear our bot overlords. Tame them.
A new South African cyber security firm opens its doors today and it takes an interesting approach to safe guarding your company’s network