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AI conquers challenge of 1980s platform games
Scientists have come up with a computer program that can master a variety of 1980s exploration games, paving the way for more self-sufficient robots.
Drug companies look to AI to end 'hit and miss' research
The hunt for new medicines has often been more like a game of roulette than high-end science. But now the pharmaceutical sector is on the cusp of a transformation, as it delves into cutting-edge technology to come up with new treatments for diseases such as cancer, rheumatoid arthritis and Alzheimer’s.
Google fires another lead AI ethics researcher
Google said it fired a lead artificial intelligence ethics researcher, following controversy last year over the tech giant's dismissal of a black colleague who was an outspoken diversity advocate.
How to address artificial intelligence fairness
By Raja Chatila & Francesca Rossi*
AI-designed sensor may help scientists study sleep and mental health
Serotonin is a neurochemical that plays a critical role in the way the brain controls our thoughts and feelings. For example, many antidepressants are designed to alter serotonin signals sent between neurons.
EU rights watchdog warns of pitfalls in use of AI
The European Union’s rights watchdog warned of the risks of using artificial intelligence (AI) in predictive policing, medical diagnoses and targeted advertising as the bloc mulls rules next year to address the challenges posed by the technology.
UN experts sound alarm over AI-enhanced racial profiling
Countries must do more to combat racial profiling, UN rights experts said, warning that artificial intelligence (AI) programs like facial recognition and predictive policing risked reinforcing the harmful practice.
AI technology helps Parkinson's patients during COVID-19 pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic is leading a Purdue University innovator to make changes as she works to provide new options for people with Parkinson's disease.
AI-based device will help monitoring blood sugar without painful finger pricks
Would you like to stab your finger several times per day every day just to survive? Probably not and yet millions of people with diabetes live like that. Finger pricks are necessary to measure blood glucose levels, but they are also painful or at least uncomfortable.
AI robot serves customers at Seoul restaurant
‘Aglio Kim’, a trolley-like robot which uses artificial intelligence (AI), is delivering food to customers at a restaurant in Seoul, South Korea, in order to minimize human contact and help ensure social distancing.
Japan looks to AI as coronavirus challenges quality control mantra
At a factory south of Japan’s Toyota City, robots have started sharing the work of quality-control inspectors, as the pandemic accelerates a shift from Toyota’s vaunted “go and see” system which helped revolutionize mass production in the 20th century.
Iranian AI products competitive with foreign ones: VP
Domestic startups have made such great progress in developing artificial intelligence (AI) technologies that their products and services are currently capable of competing with their foreign counterparts, said Iran’s vice president for science and technology.
Have we seen our AI future?
By Rory Cellan-Jones
Chip industry sees danger of AI in explosion of electricity use
The increasing use of artificial intelligence (AI) is going to extract a heavy price in power unless the chip industry steps up and heads that off, according to one of the industry’s biggest companies.

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