Deploying robots in manufacturing can help companies create efficiencies in performing complex manufacturing-related activities, and reduce production costs and achieve quick ROI.
A US biotech company is supplying testing equipment many fear will be used to support government surveillance operations.
Researchers at MIT have used AI to improve the flavor of basil. It’s part of a trend that is seeing artificial intelligence revolutionize farming.
Under Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, the overall loss of forestland in the Amazon has sped up.
Every day, progress in artificial intelligence is addressing tasks currently performed only by humans, and it's worthwhile to take a short-term view of what this all means to your company.
More and more female writers, journalists, and artists are offering an alternative to the typically male, often autocratic voice that dominates the Middle East.
The Police Union Contract Project investigates how police union contracts block accountability.
Asia's fintech companies are already said to be using natural language processing and machine learning for fraud detection as well as environmental, social and governance investing.
A beginner's reference for algorithm's used in machine learning.
Many U.S. municipalities are trying to bar new 5G cell sites from residential areas—in many cases citing health worries unsupported by scientific evidence—and causing clashes with telecoms and federal authorities.
The Atmospheric Infrared Sounder instrument aboard the Aqua satellite detects carbon monoxide high in the atmosphere from fires burning in Brazil's Amazon region.
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Exclusive: New Data Reveals Crime Should Not Be The Story Of Notting Hill Carnival (huffingtonpost.co.uk)
Arrest rates at Glastonbury are almost identical to the carnival – so why does the narrative persist?
Chris Hayes explains how white supremacist terrorism is an existential threat to equal and open democracy.
An ancient cultural site is in danger of falling into disrepair.
How officials failed to stop a deadly Legionnaires’ disease outbreak during the Flint water crisis.
‘Programme gives poor matching results’
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The office of an African American employee of the U.S. Department of Education was vandalized earlier this week, and other employees have expressed concern that the attack may have been racially motivated.
Thankfully, artificial intelligence could dramatically improve this woeful situation.
African art figurines were found beheaded and a school desegregation poster was damaged, leading to fears the attack was racially motivated.
'There has been a significant shift and it can't be understated'
Amazon Has Ceded Control of Its Site. The Result: Thousands of Banned, Unsafe or Mislabeled Products (wsj.com)
Just like other tech companies that have struggled to tackle misinformation on their platforms, Amazon has proven unable or unwilling to effectively police third-party sellers on its site. A Wall Street Journal investigation found 4,152 items declared unsafe by federal agencies, deceptively labeled or banned by federal regulators.
Facebook learned about Cambridge Analytica as early as September 2015, new documents show (cnbc.com)
Emails between Facebook employees from 2015 illustrate early actions the company took to investigate third-party use of their data.
There are more than 1.9 billion users logged in to YouTube every single month who watch over a billion hours of video every day.
How did Epstein meet so many luminaries in the worlds of science and technology? It all might trace back to literary agent John Brockman.
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