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The company’s “personal wellness keyboard” patent may signal an interest from tech firms to embed AI in consumer devices.
Tesla and other self-driving car firms face both regulatory battles and public perception hurdles.
Amazon wants everyone to fight fraud with machine learning with its latest patent for “automated machine learning pipeline generation.”
The tech relies on oversampling of images with “minority attributes” to make sure the outputs actually reflect the inputs.
Jensen Huang seems to think that Sam Altman’s quest for $7 trillion to invest in AI chips is maybe a little overkill.
Nvidia may use AI to troubleshoot its games with its patent to analyze and respond to feedback using neural networks.
Baidu’s patent to tune up self-driving cars could help its fleet account for crazy drivers.
Its patent to speed up interactions between you and your chatbot signals a growing interest in personalized AI.
The deal could widen the technology’s use in news-gathering, while also heading off future copyright lawsuits.
Amid backlash over its safety practices, AI could help Boeing catch what the human eye may miss.
Models that can explain how they draw their conclusions can help fight hallucination and build user trust.
Baidu wants to help chatbots work outside their wheelhouse with a patent that lets AI models lean on other apps for information.
The company may be looking to boost its AI capabilities after the fallout of it’s proposed acquisition of competitor Figma.
The AI software company is sporting a new valuation of more than $1 billion after its latest $18 financing round.
The company’s patent for a wellness chatbot could require users to have a lot of trust in the company to protect their data.
This kind of patent is particularly significant amid the company’s ongoing battles with workers aiming to unionize.
Nvidia wants to pick out specific emotions in your voice with deep learning, but reading your feelings may require more context.
The International Monetary Fund warned almost half of all jobs worldwide could be affected by artificial intelligence.
The tech adds to its ongoing efforts to make Alexa more intuitive and contextual.
A presidential election – and democracy – may be at risk.