Each week SwissCognitive selects 9 articles from the Artificial Intelligence Universe to share with our community.
This week you can read about IBM's AI which will debate with you, Slow Motion made by AI, whether AI should have a soul and more.
The SwissCognitive Team
The publisher grew registered users by 40 percent to 600,000 last year using machine learning and A/B testing.
The latest human-versus-machine matchup involves an argumentative AI system.
To ask whether it’s even possible, we first must understand and define what a soul actually is, argues Brandon Ambrosino.
Algorithm makes the process of comparing 3-D scans up to 1,000 times faster.
Using microscopic droplets of colored and transparent resin, scientists can now print high resolution images of raw scientific data that are both useful and mesmerizing.
Researchers at Nvidia have developed a machine learning algorithm that can apply slow motion to any video.
Artificial Intelligence is becoming the fastest disruptor and generator of wealth in history. It will have a major impact on everything.
The Amazon DeepLens is a $250 camera with onboard deep learning capabilities to help developers create AI systems.
If all its millions of users seamlessly post on the platform every day, it is because LinkedIn’s algorithms, with a lot of help from humans, green-light them before the user can blink an eye.