An image-based benchmark could overcome cultural bias stemming from machine learning (ML) training datasets being written in English.
University of Copenhagen (Denmark) From ACM TechNews | September 9, 2022
An international team of researchers developed a system that can read lips accurately through face masks using radio-frequency sensing and artificial intelligence...University of Glasgow (U.K.) From ACM TechNews | September 9, 2022
Researchers trained an artificial intellgence to play soccer using an athletic curriculum resembling an accelerated model of a human baby maturing into a soccer...New Scientist From ACM TechNews | September 8, 2022
A team of researchers used machine learning and computer simulations to create a tool for predicting force chains within granular solids.
Göttingen University (Germany) From ACM TechNews | September 8, 2022
A new computational model can forecast how doping semiconductor material zinc selenide with halogen elements chlorine and fluorine changes its optical properties...NC State University News From ACM TechNews | September 8, 2022
Researchers found YouTube algorithms were more likely to recommend election fraud-related videos to users who already doubted the legitimacy of the 2020 U.S. presidential...New York University From ACM TechNews | September 7, 2022
The DeepPrecip neural network developed by Fraser King and colleagues at the University of Waterloo models weather in order to measure annual snowfall and snowmelt...University of Waterloo From ACM TechNews | September 6, 2022
French tax officials used artificial intelligence to identify over 20,0000 undeclared private swimming pools, constituting about €10 million (over $10 million)...The Guardian (U.K.) From ACM TechNews | August 31, 2022
A machine learning model developed by researchers at the University of California, Davis can analyze decades of earthquake data to predict future earthquakes.
New Scientist From ACM TechNews | August 30, 2022
Artificial intelligence systems can process vast amounts of data in seconds, but they can't make sense of the world or explain their decisions. David Ferrucci wants...The New York Times From ACM News | August 29, 2022
In the 1990s, tools like Macromedia Dreamweaver made Web development accessible to all. Today, no-code tools aim to do the same for artificial intelligence.
Karen Emslie Commissioned by CACM Staff From ACM News | August 23, 2022