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AI Was Already Transforming Waste Management. Then Came COVID-19.

Waste management companies are looking to AI to handle safety issues during the pandemic. More than two dozen startups are working to make...

Jury Selection Software Raises New Concerns of AI Racial Discrimination

Momus Analytics jury selection software raises concerns of racial biasStill, benefits of AI are expected to push growth regardless of bias, privacy...

Digital Hearts? Researchers Aim to Create Virtual Twins to Monitor Patients’...

Doctors may one day be able to remotely monitor a patient’s heart using software that exactly duplicates the person’s organ — a...

MIT’s Crystal Ball Sees Tiny AI, Unhackable Internet, Satellite Constellations Among...

An Internet that’s unhackable, personalized medicine and digital money top the MIT Technology Review’s 2020 list of breakthrough technologies likely to change...

Trump Wants Billions for AI Research as U.S. Seeks to Keep...

President Trump is seeking to bring his “America First” posture to artificial intelligence, as the White House seeks billions in federal money...

Softbank-Owned Arm’s New Chips Focus on AI Tasks With Less Reliance...

New chip designs that handle more artificial intelligence tasks on tiny devices like sensors and cameras are promising faster speed and more...

Babylon Health’s Algorithm, By Linking Needles in Medical Haystacks, May Improve...

Babylon Health, whose chatbot app is already disrupting the U.K.’s National Health Service, is aiming for perhaps a greater revolution: supercharging medical...

AI Revolution Has Financial Firms in Sights, and Leaders See Profound...

As artificial intelligence worms its way into healthcare, entertainment and nearly every other facet of business, financial service leaders expect they are...

Privacy, Civil Rights Advocates Urge U.S. Suspend Facial-Recognition Surveillance

Facial-recognition technology threatens “the precious liberties that are vital to our way of life” and its use should be suspended by the...