"The aim is to have the ability for scientists to do much more ambitious and interesting chemistry. You still need the scientist," a professor involved in the years-long AI project told Newsweek.
"Never have super-resolution images been created at this resolution before with this much detail," said Duke University computer scientist and team leader Cynthia Rudin.
Algorithms are increasingly being deployed to predict disruptions that could potentially occur during fusion experiments and may help turn the long-discussed energy source into reality, experts say.
"It's extremely exciting to see if it can turn up any algorithms that we haven't even thought of yet, the impact of which to our daily lives may be enormous," one computer expert told Newsweek.
Data analytics, predictive analytics, machine learning have eased transition into lockdown for the early adapters, and will play a much bigger role in the post-pandemic world.
An advanced language model may one day be used in game design, experiments with 'Overwatch,' 'Dota 2' and 'Final Fantasy VII' demonstrate.
IBM's Project Debater took part in a debate for and against artificial intelligence alongside to two humans. The case in favor of AI achieved a narrow victory.
Researchers played people thousands of chords to see which parts of their brains lit up.
The Rubik's Cube is the world's top-selling puzzle game with more than 400 million units purchased worldwide.
Designed for users who are deaf or hard of hearing, the update transcribes "sound events" in real time.
One professor said students with creative thinking, persistence and a "willingness to fight" were wanted.
The device learns information as would a child.
Our eyes are a window into our personality.
This filter hides comments containing attacks on a person's appearance and threats to a person's well-being.
Facebook: "When you send a photo, our automated systems scan it using photo-matching technology."
It could provide a way to share the content of our imagination.
Robots and Artificial Intelligence taking people's jobs is a well-worn narrative. But an equally worrying trend in the age of big-data concerns is access to information, which in the world of capital markets decides who makes money and who doesn't.
A new study finds that computers can acquire the same prejudices as people—linking male names with work, math and science, and female names with family and the arts.
MIT machine-learning system analyzed television shows including "The Office" to predict human interactions.