Each week SwissCognitive selects 9 articles from the Artificial Intelligence Universe to share with our community.
This week you can read about AI and animal testing, the impact on education and how AI could help us be more sustainable with the water we are using.
The SwissCognitive Team
Testing new industrial chemicals is essential for public health and the environment. But animal testing is costly, and too many chemicals are left untested.
How do artificial intelligence developers get computers to "see" the world like people and animals do? We're glad you asked.
Artificial intelligence isn't free from human biases, like racism. These experts want to change that.
There is significant potential for AI and machine learning to have a tremendous impact on our educational institutions.
Progress on new artificial intelligence (AI) technology could make monitoring at water treatment plants cheaper and easier and help safeguard public health.
Then you find yourself stranded in a city looking for a hotel room, you need a mobile app that tells you current availabilities for that day, not the best deals in three months.
Its new open-source software will help developers experiment with the machines, including Google’s own super-powerful quantum processor.
These bots could one day travel through your body or pipelines or anything else.
With predictions that video will account for 80% of all internet traffic by 2019, it is not surprising that marketers are moving away from traditional display ads and investing in a stronger video offering that offers much more engaging and captivating experiences for brands.