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Scientists to work on cyber deception technology

Professor Debi Ashenden, Associate Professor Hung Nguyen and Associate Professor Damith Ranasinghe from the University of Adelaide's School of Computer Science have signed agreements to work on cyber deception technologies.“The University of Adelaide has signed four research agreements with with Defence Science and Technology Group's Next Generation Technology Fund out…

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Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: Intel’s AI tool screens patients for vision loss

In a country such as India that has a low doctor-patient ratio, Artificial Intelligence (AI) can enable greater access to expert care from anywhere, with telehealth and robotics applied across inpatient and outpatient environments. Experts says AI will bolster the role of healthcare by assisting in screening, diagnosis, and treatment…

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Sign of the times: AI experts work on avatar for sign language

Experts at the University of Amsterdam are developing a computer programme that can translate into sign language, using the power of artificial intelligence.The project, part of SignLab Amsterdam, aims in the first instance to support parents of deaf children who are learning basic signing or for situations like announcements at…

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Bright minds, artificial and real, strain to fight bias in AI

In 2018, Liz O'Sullivan and her colleagues at a prominent artificial intelligence startup began work on a system that could automatically remove nudity and other explicit images from the internet. They sent millions of online photos to workers in India, who spent weeks adding tags to explicit material. The data…

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India sees surge in AI-enabled automated customer service agents

Automated customer service agents became the top Artificial Intelligence (AI) use case for the Indian organisations in 2020 as the Covid-19 pandemic kept millions at home and face-to-face interactions diminished across industries, according to a new report.The AI use cases gained momentum in India, driven by the need to ensure…

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Hospital studying if artificial intelligence can stop school violence

What if scientists could use artificial intelligence (AI) to create a tool that could prevent school shootings or other violence?Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center researchers are working on just that. A team there announced Thursday that the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development awarded it a five-year grant…

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AI predicts how patients with viral infection will fare

A team of researchers has used an Artificial Intelligence (AI) algorithm to sift through terabytes of gene expression data to look for shared patterns in patients with past pandemic viral infections, including SARS, MERS and swine flu.The researchers, including Pradipta Ghosh from the University of California San Diego, indicated two…

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AI put to work at SA’s largest port

Flinders Ports has an ambition – to make it as easy as possible to move containers back and forth as they work their way through South Australia’s major logistics hub. So it is perhaps poetic that the Adelaide company has brought artificial intelligence to bear, to crunch the numbers on…

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A Company Applies Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to Simplify Expense Auditing

The pandemic has brought about significant changes in employee spend and expense behavior. As workers transitioned from the office to working from home, uncertainty about what was an allowable expense led to accidental policy violations for many companies. In fact, we see in SAP Concur data that the proportion of…

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Patent Protection Filed For Invention Devices Generated By AI

The proliferation of artificial intelligence (AI) into new and unexpected aspects of modern life turned a new corner in recent months when patent applications were filed in the United States, Europe, the United Kingdom, and with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) on behalf of an AI machine named "DABUS"…

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