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The Amazing Ways Tesla Is Using Artificial Intelligence And Big Data

Tesla has become a household name as a leader and pioneer in the electric vehicle market, but it also manufactures and sells advanced battery and solar panel technology. Read more.

How an A.I. ‘Cat-and-Mouse Game’ Generates Believable Fake Photos

The woman in the photo seems familiar. She looks like Jennifer Aniston, the “Friends” actress, or Selena Gomez, the child star turned pop singer. But not exactly. Read more.

Inside the Lab Where Amazon’s Alexa Takes Over the World

When it first launched in 2014, Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant was little more than an experiment. It appeared first inside the Echo, itself a wacky gadget launched without warning or much expectation. As it took off, though, and millions of people began to put a smart speaker in their home… Read more.

The Case Against Deep-Learning Hype

Is there more to AI than neural networks? Gary Marcus, professor of psychology at NYU and ex-director of Uber’s AI lab, thinks so. He’s published a critique of deep-learning systems that use neural nets, and it skewers some of the current AI hype. Read more.

Identifying the Next Big Thing: Qual vs. Quant

Throughout history, humans have remained obsessed with mechanisms for predicting the future. From oracles and auguries of the ancients, to modern day algorithms of Wall Street, we have trusted in diverse tools to foretell what might come next. Read more.

Here are the most common uses of AI on your smartphone today

Artificial intelligence is starting to permeate the technology that we use everyday. That’s especially true in smartphones, where apps that rely on machine learning and AI are increasingly common. Statista mapped out the survey results of Deloitte’s Global Mobile Consumer Survey which determined just how aware smartphone users are… Read more.

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