Read why Jennifer Glenn says that employing more security solutions don't necessarily mean better security on Security Intelligence : Regulatory requirements such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and high-profile breaches have moved cybersecurity out of IT and into the board room. For security practitioners, this level of visibility has helped ease the … [Read more...] about Here’s Why More Security Solutions Doesn’t Equal Better Security
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Lung cancer causes almost 160,000 deaths in the United States, according to the most recent estimates. The condition is the leading cause of cancer-related death in the U.S., and early detection is crucial for both stopping the spread of tumors and improving patient outcomes. As an alternative to chest X-rays, healthcare professionals have recently been using computed … [Read more...] about Artificial intelligence better than humans at spotting lung cancer
Read Matt Simon take a look inside Facebook's new robotics lab, where the company is teaching robots to walk on their own on the Wired : At first glance, Facebook’s nascent robotic platform looks a bit … chaotic. In a new lab in its palatial Silicon Valley HQ, a red and black Sawyer robot arm (from the recently defunct company Rethink Robotics) is waving all over the place … [Read more...] about Inside Facebook’s New Robotics Lab, Where AI and Machines Friend One Another
Several years back, Amnon Shashua was merely a very eloquent voice for self-driving car technology popping up at trade shows, usually to packed crowds. Then came Intel's roughly $15 billion purchase of the company, completed in April of last year. Now part of one of the biggest semiconductor companies in the world, Shashua leads a key effort of Intel Chief Bob Swan's drive to … [Read more...] about Intel’s Mobileye chief bemoans tweaking of AI, talks up MaaS, moving beyond LIDAR
Read Tristan Greene's article about why the only defense against killer AI is not developing it on The Next Web : A recent analysis on the future of warfare indicates that countries that continue to develop AI for military use risk losing control of the battlefield. Those that don’t risk eradication. Whether you’re for or against the AI arms race: it’s happening. Here’s what … [Read more...] about Research indicates the only defense against killer AI is not developing it