Dear Cognitive RoundUp Readers,
Every week SwissCognitive - The Global AI Hub - selects 9 articles from the Artificial Intelligence Universe to share with our community.
This week you can read a very interesting article addressing consciousness and AI, written by the ambassador for Women in AI Switzerland, followed by articles concerning this new technology in cybersecurity, and an impressive AI developed by a group of researchers in the U.S that can differentiate between the meanings of babies' different cries.
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The SwissCognitive Team
Applying a lot of AI technology, computer vision, virtual agents, et cetera to automate processes results in a welcome side effect of staff with new capabilities. Key is re-training.
Defending against cyber-criminals, nation-state attackers and other hackers is not getting easier. AI and MachineLearning are becoming key to step up for the challenges in Cybersecurity.
Even if there are no developments in the area of machine consciousness, or it is proven that machine consciousness does not existent, it will definitely contribute to the knowledge and frameworks of human consciousness.
How do you teach a machine right from wrong - not just in a particular case, but in general? Can a machine learn a virtue just as well as it learns a board game, or how to fly a plane?
When it comes to business operations, artificial intelligence has enormous potential to catapult companies beyond the status quo and adapt to new dynamics. Here are some facts.
If you’re using artificial intelligence just to do something faster, you’re not harnessing its true potential. The real power is unlocked when used hand-in-hand with human skills and uniquely human talents.
Baby's cry can worry parents. A group of researchers has come up with a new artificial intelligence method which is capable of identifying and differentiating normal and abnormal cries.
In every innovative industry, we face resistance to change. Instead of asking “how can it be that people do not get these very obvious benefits?” it may be more beneficial to understand why they fear it.
Around the globe, different parts of the food supply chain are contaminated on a daily bases. How Artificial Intelligence can help with Biosecurity?