How The Trevor Project uses AI to help LGBTQ+ youth and train its counselors

The Trevor Project, a nonprofit organization focused on ending suicide among LGBTQ+ youth, is using artificial intelligence to better meet its mission. Over the past couple of years, the organization has used natural language processing (NLP) to expedite and improve its volunteer training and to triage incoming calls. The group’s AI team has dealt with common language issues in unique ways and is currently working to significantly expand its volunteer training capabilities and offer its services to more youth around the world.

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Data privacy startup Mine raises $9.5 million and expands to the U.S.

Mine, which is developing a platform that helps discover and manage personal data on the web, today closed a $9.5 million funding round led by Gradient Ventures, Google’s AI-focused venture firm. The cash infusion comes as Mine prepares to launch in the U.S.

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Solve real-world problems using Deep Learning & Artificial Intelligence

Every new technology introduced has had a purpose(almost always). Usually, it is a solution to a certain problem(s) identified by its creator while brainstorming. But when we talk about Artificial Intelligence, which is a largely unexplored yet constantly evolving field of computing, we often get detracted by the spruced-up object detection projects.

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U.S. Congress calls for antitrust reforms to limit powers of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google

Members of Congress investigating the activity of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google say antitrust law reform is needed to safeguard democracy and “ensure that our economy remains vibrant and open in the digital age.”

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