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'Twilight' Star Kristen Stewart Co-Authors Artificial-Intelligence Paper

Actor Kristen Stewart co-authors computer science research, revealing how artificial intelligence could be used to create moody shots in her movie "Come Swim."

The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Just Bought a Startup That Could Help Find the Next Medical Breakthrough

7 hours agoTechnology : The Goods

Meta is an artificial intelligence startup that sorts through 26 million research papers.

DeepMind's AI experts have pledged to pass on their knowledge to students at UCL (GOOG)

Students at University College London (UCL) are being given the chance to learn under researchers at DeepMind — an artificial intelligence (AI) lab that was acquired by Google in 2014 for £400 million. Senior staff at DeepMind — based...Show More Summary

Mark Zuckerberg's charity just bought a search engine for research papers

Mark Zuckerberg's massive philanthropic organization just laid out the next step in its quest to cure or manage all diseases. The Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative is buying a startup called Meta, which uses artificial intelligence to scanShow More Summary

Mark Zuckerberg's philanthropy organization just acquired a startup to help cure the world's diseases

Mark Zuckerberg's philanthropic organization has bought Meta, a search engine that uses artificial intelligence to find scientific research papers. The acquisition will aid Zuckerberg's goal of curing the world's diseases by the endShow More Summary

Kristen Stewart gets all AI for trippy 'Come Swim' - CNET

The "Twilight" star publishes a research paper about the artificial intelligence she used to create her latest film.

Flashpoint Releases Inaugural “Business Risk Intelligence” Report on Cyberattacks

Categories: Industry News, Learning / Research, Supply Risk Management Tags: General News, L1 These days, the issue of cyberattacks features pretty prominently in public discourse, at least in the U.S. We speculate endlessly on whether Russia had interfered in the American presidential election. Show More Summary

System for handling database caching yields faster websites

(Massachusetts Institute of Technology) This week, at the Association for Computing Machinery's Symposium on Principles of Programming Languages, researchers from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory presented a new system that automatically handles caching of database queries for web applications written in the web-programming language Ur/Web.

Nintendo Switch to sell 40 million units by 2020, according to forecast by market research firm

Research firm DFC Intelligence has issues a sales forecast for Nintendo Switch, and according its estimates, the console hybrid is slated to out sell its predecessor by 26 million units by 2020. According to an analysis by DFC head David Cole (thanks,, sales are expected to be limited at first due to the launch […]

Kristen Stewart Co-Authored Research Paper About Artificial Intelligence

3 days agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Kristen Stewart is quickly becoming one of my favorite people. She’s gone from Twilight to indie darling, picking some amazing films that show us she has way more talent than Bella Swan gave her credit for. And now, she’s a scientist. Read more...

Kristen Stewart co-authored AI paper after directing ‘Come Swim’

3 days agoNews : The Raw Story

Kristen Stewart, the Hollywood actress perhaps best known for her role in the “Twilight” movies, has co-authored a new research paper that discusses the use of artificial intelligence technology, to create art in her screenwriting debut film, “Come Swim.” The 17-minute film,...

Kristen Stewart Is Now an AI Researcher

If she ever abandons acting, Kristen Stewart might have a gig in artificial intelligence. The Twilight actress has just published a research paper on a machine learning technique called "neural style transfer" and its use in film, reports Quartz. Style transfer is a "fun technique," according to Tech Crunch, though...

Study: Smart People Like Morbid Humor

"A research team led by neurologist Ulrike Willinger of the Medical University of Vienna reports appreciating black humor “seems to be a complex information-processing task,” one that is facilitated by high intelligence and inhibited by bad moods."

Scientists built an AI that is smarter than most adults

Computers can already hold a massive amount of instantly-retrievable data in a manner that puts most humans to shame, but getting them to actually display intelligence is an entirely different challenge. A team of researchers from Northwestern...Show More Summary

Microsoft will double its AI R&D group in Montreal

In conjunction with the Davos conference in Switzerland today, Microsoft announced plans to, in the next two years, double the size of its artificial intelligence (AI) research and development group in Montreal, which it established through the very recent acquisition of startup Maluuba. “Microsoft is excited to engage with faculties, students and the broader tech […]

CIA Releases 13 Million Pages Of Declassified Documents: Include Psychic Experiments, UFO Research

The Central Intelligence Agency has published nearly 13 million pages of declassified files online, documents which previously were physically accessible only from four computer terminals at the National Archives in College Park, Maryland. The...Show More Summary

Microsoft to double its Montreal AI R&D office and invest $7M in academic research

Microsoft is following its acquisition of Montreal-based Maluuba with additional investment in the city that’s become quite the artificial intelligence hotbed. Microsoft announced at Davos on Wednesday that it will be growing its research...Show More Summary

AI Adoption Driving Revenue Growth for Businesses

by Angela Guess According to a new press release, “Infosys, a global leader in consulting, technology, and next-generation services, today released multinational research findings on artificial intelligence (AI) business impact, market maturity and expectations. Show More Summary

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