Each week SwissCognitive selects 9 articles from the Artificial Intelligence Universe to share with our community.
This week you can read about Ethiopian AI Futurists, explainable AI and suicide prevention.
The SwissCognitive Team
“We should not start from steam and railways, or the old technologies—that is already done."
It will take a group effort. How should governments respond to the fast-moving field of artificial intelligence?
The Crisis Text Line uses machine learning to figure out who’s at risk and when to intervene.
Comedy written by artificial intelligence (AI) is no laughing matter. Writing in a blog post, neural network fiddler Janelle Shane explains how she trained a next-generation neural network to write one-liner jokes.
At a time when governments and organisations across the world are trying to harness the powerful technology, the need for an ethical AI has never been more important
While Sophia, the humanoid robot, joked “We will take your jobs” at the Lisbon Web Summit, it’s far more likely that humans will continue to guide machines, dominating jobs that require interpersonal skills, emotional range & complexity.
Airports are massive and complex organisations. To manage that complexity, airports are heavily investing in smart technologies, looking to leverage the ability for technology to enhance efficiency, productivity, and security.
When people see machines that respond like humans, or computers that perform feats of strategy and cognition mimicking human ingenuity, they sometimes joke about a future in which humanity will need to accept robot overlords.
If you sometimes find Google Translate's offline efforts to be a little confusing or inaccurate, then an update coming to the app this week looks set to bring some solid improvements.