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We’re still years away from driverless cars, but self-driving forklifts are here

As we continue to chase the dream of fully autonomous vehicles, the technology we develop can solve smaller yet no less important problems, such as automating the operation of forklifts in industrial settings.

Robust AI: Protecting neural networks against adversarial attacks

Deep learning and neural networks are becoming increasingly accurate at performing complicated tasks. But are they robust as well. Researchers at MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab have developed methods to evaluate the robustness of neural networks against adversarial examples.

Inside DARPA’s effort to create explainable artificial intelligence

DARPA's XAI initiative aims to shed light inside the black box of artificial intelligence algorithms. Project Manager Dave Gunning explains how the agency is working to create explainable AI tools that will build trust and reliability into AI models.

Explainable AI: Interpreting the neuron soup of deep learning

Boston University's Kate Saenko discusses explainable AI and interpreting decisions made by deep learning algorithms and neural networks.

Why AI assistants can’t be robots (for now)

Some believe Alexa and other AI assistants need a robot shell to manifest their full potential. But with today's AI technology, such an idea is doomed to fail.

How voice user interface is reshaping our lives

Voice-user interface (VUI) technology has experienced an explosion in popularity among consumers and developers alike. VUI grants us convenience—and in our fast-paced modern world, the time saved by VUI is a valuable benefit.

If AI can read, then plain text can be weaponized

Advances in AI have helped automate many tasks that involve processing text. However, text-processing AI algorithms have their own unique vulnerabilities, researchers at IBM, Amazon and University of Texas have found.

6 workflow automation trends we’ll see in 2019

Companies must remain competitive to sustain their success in 2019 and the next decade. In this regard, automation is critical.

Ageism in tech: the not-so-invisible age limit developers face

When it comes to job hunting, a common concern is not having enough experience, while in software development job seekers and holders fear to have too much of it. Let's see how!

4 ways artificial intelligence is transforming compliance for banks

Artificial intelligence (AI) and automation are becoming the go-to options for addressing the troubles of modern-day AML and KYC regulatory compliance.

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Do publicly shared Google Docs reveal your identity?

Google Docs link-sharing enables users to share their files with the public. Can the owner of the publicly shared Google Docs collect information about visitors?

3 things you’ll need to protect yourself against advanced ransomware

Ransomware is more advanced than ever - and it shows no signs of slowing. Here’s what you need to do to protect yourself and your business.

How to survive the centralized internet

Hopefully, one day, the internet will return to its decentralized glory. But in the interim, here's how you can protect your business against the threats of the centralized internet.
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