Day: March 13, 2023


Just Nine Out Of 116 AI Professionals In Key Films Are Women, Study Finds

Report says pattern seen in films such as Ex Machina risks contributing to lack of women in tech. A relentless stream of movies, from Iron Man to Ex Machina, has helped entrench systemic gender inequality in the artificial intelligence industry by…

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AI Apocalypse: What Happens When Artificial Intelligence Goes Rogue?

Artificial intelligence is rapidly becoming an integral part of modern society, from chatbots like ChatGPT to self-driving cars that navigate our roads. With its ability to analyze vast amounts of data and make decisions based on that information, AI has the potential to revolutionize nearly…

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Sentiment Analysis With BigQuery ML

Introduction We recently announced BigQuery support for sparse features which help users to store and process the sparse features efficiently while working with them. That functionality enables users to represent sparse tensors and train machine learning models directly in the BigQuery…

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The ABCs Of Building Reliable, Scalable, And Maintainable Web Applications – Reliability

Reliability, Scalability, and Maintainability are some of the least understood concepts of application development. Even with little understanding of these topics, many developers use them on a day-to-day basis during their work conversations. A proper and sound understanding of these concepts…

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Titanic Robots Make Farming More Sustainable

MIT alumnus-founded FarmWise uses hulking, autonomous robots that resemble tractors to preserve crops while snipping weeds, eliminating the need for herbicides. Courtesy of FarmWise There’s a lot riding on farmers’ ability to fight weeds, which can strangle crops and destroy yields….

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Introducing Casual Conversations v2: A More Inclusive Dataset To measure Fairness

For AI to serve communities fairly, researchers need diverse and inclusive datasets in order to rigorously and thoughtfully evaluate fairness in the models they build. In applications of computer vision and speech recognition in particular, AI researchers need data to assess…

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MuAViC: The First Audio-Video Speech Translation Benchmark

In countless everyday situations, background noise — the sound of traffic, music, other people speaking – makes it more difficult to understand what other people are saying. Humans often use information from our other senses, especially vision, to help us communicate…

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