From VentureBeat: How to charm the bots in charge of hiring for your dream job

GUEST: As artificial intelligence technology rapidly evolves to transform industries like health care and virtually assist people’s lives, the hope is matched by concern about the displacement of human roles. At the same time, deployed AI platforms in today’s business world augment processes at a more rapid pace than they replace them. While we’ve yet to […]

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From Geek.com: Beware ‘Slaughterbots’: PSA Highlights Danger of Autonomous Weapons

Humans can barely operate weapons responsibly. So should we supply autonomous machines instead? The Campaign to Stop Killer Robots (as its name suggests) doesn’t think so. “Many of the world’s leading AI researchers […]
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From VentureBeat: How to market real AI solutions in a cynical world

GUEST: The business world is fast-moving, and staying relevant is an unending challenge. To keep up, companies increasingly invoke AI in their marketing regardless of their true expertise in the area. As a result, the real promise of artificial intelligence is lost in the hype, and it sinks into a sci-fi version of snake oil. The […]

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From VentureBeat: AISense wants to deliver total recall by transcribing all your conversations

There’s a new machine learning company on the block, with big ambitions to help people remember every conversation they’ve ever had. Called AISense, the company operates a voice transcription system that’s designed to work through long conversations using machine learning and provide users with a full text record of what was said. At first, the […]

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From DZone.com Feed: A Guide to Natural Language Processing (Part 2)

Before reading, be sure to check out Part 1 here!
Classifying Documents
In this section, we include techniques and libraries that measure and identifies documents. For example, they can detect the language in which a document is written or measure how …

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From VentureBeat: Autonomous cars could end drowsy driving, but don’t hold your breath

GUEST: Most drivers wouldn’t even consider driving while drunk, but few so much as pause before getting behind the wheel when they’re tired—even though drowsy driving can be just as dangerous as drunk driving. According to the CDC, drowsy driving caused 72,000 crashes in 2013. These crashes resulted in 44,000 injuries and 800 deaths that year, though the CDC […]

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