Top 5 philosophical issues of Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is currently a very active scientific field. It was born in the 1950s and is still alive today. In the course of the development of artificial intelligence, different research routes have stimulated competition, and new problems and new ideas have continued to emerge.

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Microsoft introduces Lobe: A free Machine Learning application that allows you to create AI Models without coding

Microsoft has released Lobe, a free desktop application that lets Windows and Mac users create customized AI models without writing any code. Several customers are already using the app for tracking tourist activity around coral reefs, the company said.

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Adobe: 86% of U.S. users say voice tech could make events more sanitary

People are embracing voice technology for more than just contactless interactions, but they’re also confused about how to use it. That’s according to Adobe’s 2020 Voice Survey, which was released today. The survey asked 1,000 voice technology users in the U.S. about their experiences and behaviors with AI assistants like Google Assistant, Alexa, Siri, and Cortana.

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The nocode revolution is coming — are you ready for it?

Predicting a paradigm shift in the (programming) world, and how to not to get left behind in its wake. I have often read it said that the genius of Lego is its modular design… You can do basically anything with Lego. That is exactly what nocode tools are are doing for creators and businesses by taking the engineering out of app building.

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TechSee raises $30 million to streamline field service work with AR and computer vision

TechSee, which describes itself as an “intelligent visual assistance” company, today closed a $30 million investment round led by OurCrowd, Salesforce Ventures, and Telus Ventures.

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Ketos raises $18 million to monitor drinking water quality with AI

Water analytics startup Ketos today announced it raised $18 million in funding. The capital will be put toward further advancing the company’s cloud-based software platform and hardware, as well as expanding Ketos’ team ahead of future growth.

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Uber drivers union asks EU court to overrule ‘robo-firing’ by algorithm

A union representing Uber drivers in the U.K. has filed a second legal challenge against the ride-hailing giant in Europe, this time arguing that Uber’s alleged “robo-firing” practices contravenes Article 22 of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which seeks to protect individuals from automated decision-making.

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An Economist’s value in Data Science

Starting out as a data scientist, I struggled to understand the value economics brings. Now that I understand that data science is far more than knowing how to code… This article is an effort to help economists explain the value they can bring to machine learning roles, as well as help non-economists in data science understand what an economist can bring to the table.

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Unsupervised NLP: Methods and intuitions behind working with unstructured texts

In the fledgling, yet advanced, fields of Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Natural Language Understanding (NLU) — Unsupervised learning holds an elite place. That’s because it satisfies both criteria for a coveted field of science — it’s ubiquitous but it’s quite complex to understand at the same time.

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