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Scientists uncover 40 new genes linked to IQ

Study significantly adds to the tally of genes connected to intelligence – but researchers caution genius isn’t all down to genetics A major study into the genetics of human intelligence has given scientists their richest insight yet into the biology that underpins our cognitive skills. Show More Summary

Scientists find new genetic roots for intelligence

(Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) An international research team led by Professor Danielle Posthuma from the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands, has made a major advance in understanding the genetic underpinnings of intelligence. Show More Summary

17.19 – MU Podcast

Cosmological architecture and intelligent design are the focus this week as we look at the work of Christopher Knight and Alan Butler.  We follow their research into ancient units of measurement, their relationship to our earth, moon, and star and what message this relationship has left behind...

Casetext Expands Its CARA Research Assistant, Adding Suggestions Of Relevant Briefs

CARA finds cases that you or your opponent missed, using artificial intelligence and data science technologies.

Why Copyright Law Poses a Barrier to Canada’s Artificial Intelligence Ambitions

The federal government placed a big bet in this year’s budget on Canada becoming a world leader in artificial intelligence (AI), investing millions of dollars on a national strategy to support research and commercialization. The hope...Show More Summary

Camera-equipped drones preserve framing when shooting video

(Massachusetts Institute of Technology) At the International Conference on Robotics and Automation later this month, researchers from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) and ETH Zurich will present a system that allows a director to specify a shot's framing -- which figures or faces appear where, at what distance. Show More Summary

Inspired by geckos, researchers engineer soft gripping system that outperforms current adhesion methods

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University and Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems have developed a soft gripping system that uses differential air pressure and a gecko-inspired adhesive for exceptional bonding to three-dimensional objects. The findings were published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences this week.

Google DeepMind given ‘inappropriate’ access to UK health records

DeepMind Technologies Inc. has become one of the best known names in artificial intelligence research thanks partly to its work with AlphaGo, but the Google Inc.-owned AI company may be in some trouble in the United Kingdom. The U.K.’s...Show More Summary

AI group gets bigger as Sony, Intel, eBay and others join - CNET

Host of big names join the Partnership on AI to research best practices in the field of artificial intelligence.

Weaponizing the internet for terrorism

(Inderscience Publishers) Writing in the International Journal of Collaborative Intelligence, researchers from Nigeria suggest that botnets and cyber attacks could interfere with infrastructure, healthcare, transportation, and power supply to as devastating an effect as the detonation of explosives of the firing of guns.

First Report on Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare Released

by Angela Guess According to a recent press release, “TechEmergence is the only market research and media firm that is 100% focused on artificial intelligence (AI). The firm has recently completed a four-month long research study of over 50 executives running AI-in-healthcare companies. Show More Summary

Facebook to launch ParlAI, a testing ground for AI and bots

Facebook Artificial Intelligence Research (FAIR) today announced plans to launch a testing environment in which AI researchers and bot makers can share and iterate upon each other’s work. While the initial focus is on open-sourcing the dialogue necessary to train machines to carry on conversations, other research on ParlAI will focus on computer vision and […]

What makes an animal clever? Research shows intelligence is not just about using tools

Humans set themselves apart from other animals in a number of ways, including our ability to make tools. When the anthropologist Jane Goodall discovered that wild chimpanzees frequently make and use tools, her advisor Louis Leakey famously quipped that "now we must redefine tool, redefine man, or accept chimpanzees as humans".

Putin warns of risks of governments creating hacking tools

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Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Monday that intelligence services should beware of creating software that can later be used for malicious means – a reference to global ‘ransomware’ attacks that researchers say exploited a hacking tool built by the U.S. National Security...

China Creates National Lab to Lead World in Brain-Like Artificial Intelligence

China's first national laboratory for brain-like artificial intelligence (AI) technology was inaugurated Saturday to pool the country's top research talent and boost the technology. China’s rapid rise up the ranks of AI research has the world's scientific community taking notice....        

Microsoft is working with HP and Intel on Cortana-powered devices

Microsoft announced today that it is working with HP and Intel to bring more Cortana-powered devices to the world. Microsoft Artificial Intelligence and Research Group executive VP Harry Shum announced the news onstage at Build, Microsoft’s annual developer conference taking place May 10-12 in Seattle. No further details about the new partnerships were provided. Other […]

Big Data Shines Light on Rare Disease

Researchers turned to the American Academy of Ophthalmology's eye disease clinical registry, the IRIS(r) Registry (Intelligent Research in Sight) to discover more information on myopic choroidal neovascularization which affects about 41,000 people in the United States.

Facebook Is Using AI To Make Language Translation Much Faster

Work done by its artificial intelligence research team shows its new method could be nine times faster and more efficient than the current state of the art. Facebook, whose oft-stated mission is to connect the world, took one step further...Show More Summary

Microsoft is bringing real-time translation to PowerPoint

At Build 2017 today, Microsoft today announced some major upgrades for its Cognitive Services. Harry Shum, the executive vice president of Microsoft’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Research group today demoed a new feature for PowerPoint. The company is bringing a new Presentation Translator for PowerPoint that will be able to translate presentations in real time. […]

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