Tag Archives: Artificial Intelligence

Xnor releases do-it-yourself AI platform

Now you too can put a little AI on your device, even if you’re not up on the ins and outs of artificial intelligence. The way to do it is with AI2GO, a newly released self-serve software platform from Xnor.ai, a Seattle … Continue reading

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AI experts look beyond facial recognition ban

San Francisco’s board of supervisors took a significant step this week when it voted to ban the use of facial recognition software for law enforcement purposes, but such measures by themselves won’t resolve the ethical issues surrounding surveillance enabled by artificial intelligence. … Continue reading

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Tech experts weigh in on the future of AI

Artificial intelligence can rev up recommendation engines and make self-driving cars safer. It can even beat humans at their own games. But what else will it do? At today’s session of the Global Artificial Intelligence Conference, a panel of techies took a … Continue reading

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How Amazon exec uses machine learning at home

Taking advantage of artificial intelligence and machine learning may be part of Paul Misener’s job as an Amazon executive, but he’s doing it for fun as well. Misener, Amazon’s vice president for global innovation policy and communications, gave a personal endorsement for … Continue reading

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How Microsoft is opening up AI’s ‘black box’

Artificial intelligence can work wonders, but often it works in mysterious ways. Machine learning is based on the principle that a software program can analyze a huge set of data and fine-tune its algorithms to detect patterns and come up … Continue reading

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Policing AI: Whose job will it be?

It may not yet be clear how societies will guard against the potential downside of artificial intelligence — including algorithmic bias, invasions of privacy and unjustified profiling — but it’s already abundantly clear that safeguards are needed. That’s the bottom … Continue reading

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Seattle’s AI clout featured at GeekWire Awards

Artificial intelligence is one of the Seattle area’s fastest-growing tech frontiers, so it only makes sense for the field to get its own category at the GeekWire Awards. Recognizing innovations in AI and its allied technologies, ranging from computer vision to … Continue reading

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