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Elon Musk Wants To End Housework With These Self-Training Robots

15 hours agoTechnology : Forbes: Tech

A non-profit research group co-founded by Musk is developing artificial intelligence able to teach itself how to take care of us (and take over our chores).

Microsoft Office 365 gains machine learning writing style assistant, research tool

New updates are coming to Microsoft's Office 365, including artificial intelligence driven writing style coaches and research assistants in Word, plus the addition of "Focused Inbox" email management to macOS.

New to Office 365 in July—new intelligent services Researcher and Editor in Word, Outlook Focused Inbox for desktop and Zoom in PowerPoint

This month, we are releasing a new set of cloud-powered intelligent services in Office apps designed to save you time and produce better results. These features help you improve your writing in Word, deliver dynamic presentations inShow More Summary

Trump's opposition research firm: Russia's intelligence agencies

As a lifelong Republican; I don’t much care who runs the Democratic National Committee. But I am deeply disturbed by the way that Debbie Wasserman Schultz was forced to resign as the DNC head  over the weekend.  WikiLeaks released  20,000 stolen emails revealing  a clear, if unsurprising, preference...

Honda to Begin Joint Research Project with Softbank in the Area of Artificial Intelligence

by Angela Guess A recent press release reports, “Honda R&D Co., Ltd., a wholly owned R&D subsidiary of Honda Motor Co., Ltd., today announced plans to collaborate with SoftBank Corp. and begin a joint research project toward application...Show More Summary

“As Democrats Gather, a Russian Subplot Raises Intrigue”

David Sanger for the NYT: Proving the source of a cyberattack is notoriously difficult. But researchers have concluded that the national committee was breached by two Russian intelligence agencies, which were the same attackers behind previous Russian cyberoperations at the … Continue reading ?

Understanding Trump

Look at who he appeals to, why and how to respond. There is a lot being written spoken about Trump by intelligent and articulate commentators whose insights I respect. But as a longtime researcher in cognitive science and linguistics, I bring a perspective from these sciences to an understanding of the Trump phenomenon. Show More Summary

Understanding Trump

There is a lot being written spoken about Trump by intelligent and articulate commentators whose insights I respect. But as a longtime researcher in cognitive science and linguistics, I bring a perspective from these sciences to an understanding of the Trump phenomenon. Show More Summary

Would You Take Business Advice From Artificial Intelligence?

There are over 500 million business owners on the planet, but one in 10 (50 million) fail every year. And according to research, the two main reasons why business owners fail include a lack of education, and a lack of support. GivenShow More Summary

Can Artificial Intelligence Help The Mentally Ill?

Researchers are testing mobile apps that analyze patients' activity to measure mental health. An emotional crisis doesn't surface only in a therapy appointment. For those suffering depression, PTSD, or other mental health challenges, a breakdown can be a slow burn, developing over days or weeks in between doctor visits. Show More Summary

62% of Organizations Will Be Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) Technologies by 2018

by Angela Guess A new release out of the company reports, “Narrative Science, the leader in advanced natural language generation (Advanced NLG) for the enterprise, today announced their second annual research report, ‘Outlook on Artificial...Show More Summary

Advice on leading high-risk projects in government

Jason Matheny is the director of the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity, or IARPA, which conducts scientific research and develops technologies for national intelligence. In an interview with Tom Fox, Matheny talked about...Show More Summary

Business Insider is hiring a research analyst

We're hiring a Research Analyst with strong writing, analytic, and data skills to join our growing team. Candidates should have 2-4 years of relevant work experience. BI Intelligence is a fast-growing, cutting-edge research service from Business Insider. Show More Summary

Research: Men can avoid dementia by marrying intelligent women

press release: Men who marry intelligent women are less likely to develop dementia later in life, according to mental health experts. Professor of mental health in the College of Medicine and Life Sciences at the University of Aberdeen, Lawrence Whalley, discussed this groundbreaking discovery at the Oxford Literary Festival Thursday in a talk titled “Dementia: […]

Is Unilever’s Vow To End Sexism In Their Ads A True Victory?

They’re trying to change. Recent research suggested what many feminists have already spoken up about in the past: Only 2% of Unilever ads “portray intelligent women.” Unilever — the global corporation behind many famous brands such as...Show More Summary

Russia on Verge of Major Breakthrough in Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence research is approaching a major development that would enable scientists to create machines capable of understanding human emotions, Moscow-based National Research Nuclear University MEPhl Cybernetics Department Professor Alexei Samsonovich told Sputnik.

iPhone SE Estimated to Grab 16% of U.S. iPhone Market in Launch Quarter

Apple's newest 4-inch iPhone SE has taken a 16 percent share of the overall United States iPhone market in its launch quarter, according to new survey data shared by Consumer Intelligence Research Partners and UBS analyst Steven Milunovich. Show More Summary

Is Full-Time Work Bad For Our Brains?

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image credit You could be disappointed. If you're over 40, working more than 25 hours of work a week could be impairing your intelligence, according to a study released in February by researchers for the Melbourne Institute of Applied...Show More Summary

Over 200 Attend Russian University Artificial Intelligence Conference

Hundreds of participants took part in the Russian National Research Nuclear University (MEPhl) sponsored conference on artificial intelligence in New York City, conference co-organizer Alexei Samsonovich told Sputnik.

Secrets of the human brain unlocked

Human intelligence is being defined and measured for the first time ever, by researchers at the University of Warwick. Led by Professor Jianfeng Feng in the Department of Computer Science, studies at Warwick and in China have been recently...Show More Summary

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