Read Bill Siegel explain how you can reduce the risk of getting infected by ransomware on Security Boulevard : A common misperception about ransomware is that we are helpless to prevent it. Attackers are always several steps ahead of our defense mechanisms and we are in a constant game of whack-a-mole. This mantra may certainly apply to other types of cybercrime but is not … [Read more...] about Reduce the Risk of Ransomware by 90%, for Free, in One Day
Read Jun Wu's article about how artificial intelligence can learn to learn on Forbes : As businesses integrate Artificial Intelligence into their systems, technology professionals are looking at a new frontier of AI innovation. This is in the area of Meta-Learning. Meta-Learning is simply learning to learn. We humans have the unique ability to learn from any situation or … [Read more...] about Can Artificial Intelligence Learn to Learn?
Cerebras Systems is unveiling the CS-1, billed as the fastest artificial intelligence computer in the world and certainly one of the most daring attempts to create a better supercomputer. And it has gained acceptance from the U.S. federal government’s supercomputing program. The CS-1 has an entire wafer as its brain, rather than a chip. Normally, silicon chips are carved out of … [Read more...] about Cerebras Systems deploys the ‘world’s fastest AI computer’ at Argonne National Lab
Read Craig S. Smith's article about bias in artificial intelligence on Ne Bias is an unavoidable feature of life, the result of the necessarily limited view of the world that any single person or group can achieve. But social bias can be reflected and amplified by artificial intelligence in dangerous ways, whether it be in deciding who gets a bank loan or who gets … [Read more...] about Dealing With Bias in Artificial Intelligence
It may not be obvious, but you're almost certainly using AI every day. Artificial intelligence-boosting hardware in your phone enables voice recognition and spots your friends in photos. In the cloud, it delivers search results and weeds out spam email. Next up for dedicated AI hardware will be your laptop, Intel expects. Computer and software makers haven't started clamoring … [Read more...] about Intel will build AI brains into your laptop for tomorrow’s speed boost