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According to Qualcomm, speech recognition on the device is 95% accurate

At the Re-Work Deep Learning Summit in Boston, Chris Lott, an artificial intelligence researcher with Qualcomm, gave an insight into his team's work on a state-of-the-air voice recognition program. operating locally on a smartphone or other portable device includes two types of neural networks: a recurrent neural network (RNN) that uses its internal state or memory to process inputs; and …

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The PlayStation Network is over as Memorial Day weekend begins

You may find it difficult to join Fortnite and other games on your PlayStation 4 system because the PlayStation Network is not available during Memorial Day Weekend in the United States. Social media players complain about connection errors on the PSN operation. This prevents players from accessing online multiplayer services and other games that require connection to a third-party server. …

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AI Weekly: AI can be abused, but it's also a force for good

This week, Amazon was widely condemned for selling its Recognition AI-driven detection technology to law enforcement agencies. According to the ACLU, at least one local law enforcement agency used the technology, which can detect up to 100 faces in a single image, to create a database of more than 300,000 mugs that its MEPs can query with a smartphone. Mistrust …

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Twitter will give political candidates a special badge in US midterm elections – TechCrunch

Before US mid-term elections in 2018, Twitter takes a visible step to combat the spread of misinformation on its famous chaotic platform. In a blog post this week the company explained how it would add "election labels" to the profiles of candidates running for political office. "Twitter is the first place where voters search closely for information, resources and breaking …

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VentureBeat is looking for an AI reporter

VentureBeat has a job opening for an AI reporter with experience in technology news across a variety of story types, including breaking news, analytics and features. This is a full time job. We are looking for a person in the Bay Area. You have to have fun with the technology, but more important is a critical view, the ability to …

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AI marks the beginning of the age of thinking machines

Every day brings significant AI news, from groundbreaking skills to terrible warnings. A quick reading of recent headlines reveals both: an AI system that claims to forecast dengue fever outbreaks up to three months in advance, and a statement by Henry Kissinger that AI will end the Age of Enlightenment. Then there is the father of the AI, who does …

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Cubism is a quiet VR puzzler about abstract forms

Cubism is an elegant puzzler that creates 3D forms in virtual reality. It's the latest game by indie developer Thomas Van Bouwel, who previously worked on the Panoptic VR game and will be released later this year for the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and Windows Mixed Reality headsets. A free demo is available on Steam and Itch.io. I tried it …

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