As an employee, you are required to share detailed personal identifiable information with your company that is "securely" stored in the cloud. Now, how much "secure" is that information anyway?
The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is coming – and resistance is futile. Here are the GDPR requirements that enterprises can fulfill by working with startups.
Ever since the dawn of computers, organizations, companies, government agencies and individuals have relied on usernames and passwords as the principle way to identify users and grant (or deny) access to sensitive information, communications and...
A lot of sensational stories are suggesting that deep learning (and AI in general) will replace human creativity. Let's put the doubts to rest.
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OpenAI recently announced it would not release its text-generating AI algorithms for fear of automating fake news. How well-founded are those fears?
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Among the many methods to protect AI models against adversarial attack, one promising technique involves adding randomness to neural networks.
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CLEVRER is a new dataset that evaluates artificial intelligence models' capabilities to reason about causality in videos.
Tech companies are facing a backlash from the negative effects of their products and services. Will they fix them before their damages become irreparable?
AI companies can't live up to their promises. That's why they hire humans to fill the gaps artificial intelligence leaves behind.
Let's face it. Google has taken a few hard blows on the nose regarding the recent security flaws that have surfaced on its Android platform. And some of those loopholes are very dangerous. That was...