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MCubed returns to London in 2018, call for papers open

Events Doing AI or ML? Really? Tell us about it

UK's map maker Ordnance Survey plays with robo roof detector

Machine learning algo can classify thousands in time puny human groks one

Please, please, c'mon, just... please, pretty please, just, like, please use our AI – Microsoft

Cortana, Office, Bing, Azure get machine-learning boost

Google boffins tease custom AI math-chip TPU2 stats: 45 TFLOPS, 16GB HBM, benchmarks

Missing key info, take with a pinch of salt, YMMV

Checkmate: DeepMind's AlphaZero AI clobbered rival chess app on non-level playing, er, board

Analysis Good effort but the games were seemingly rigged

Fruit of an acquisition: Apple AI software goes open

Turi Create lands on GitHub

AI researcher pulls best Blue Steel in Yves Saint Laurent fragrance ad

There's a lot more to life than being really, really, ridiculously good looking – yep, it's AI

Elon Musk finally admits Tesla is building its own custom AI chips

And gives us the news that god-like machines will take over within a decade

OpenAI uses cunning code to speed up GPU machine learning

Sparse is more

Google learns to smile, because AI's bad at it

Biased models mean bad decisions for women and some races. Google boffins think they've improved things a bit

Netflix mulls using AI to craft personalized movie trailers for viewers

Boffins experiment with machine-learning-edited promos to lure ppl to its flicks

As the singularity approaches, neural network pens black metal album

RotM Reeeyeeeeeese... of tha maaassssshyyyyyyunaahhhhh

AI hype surge numbers, robo-radiologists, Apple voxels, and lots more

Roundup Plus: We'll see you at, er, NIPS next week!

Total recog: British AI makes universal speech breakthrough

Interview SpeechMatics bests world+dog at adding new language. How did it do it?

AI taught to beat Sudoku puzzles. Now how about a time machine to 2005?

Y'know, back when this would have been useful. Naw, just kidding. This is neat

What do Tensor Flow, Caffe and Torch have in common? Open CVEs

Sooner or later, dependency hell creates a problem for everyone

The six simple questions Facebook refused to answer about its creepy suicide-detection AI

Analysis Code can work out if you're close to topping yourself

ML fails: Loyalty prediction? Not really. And bonus prediction? Oh dear

Hello, wrong number Unexpected consequences - or drawing the line at non-linear relationships

Watch how Google's AI catches shoulder surfers spying on your phone

Video Web giant's R&D boffins to tease privacy-protecting tech in NIPS show-and-tell

Neural networks: Today, classifying flowers... tomorrow, Skynet maybe

Here's one I made earlier – now, over to you

This is peak AI: Bot to guest edit Radio 4's Today programme

#F_AI_L How will you tell the difference?

Peers told to push for cut-price access to med tech developed with NHS data

But for Pete's sake, don’t recommend another new body

When it comes to ML, reports of JavaScript's death are exaggerated

Python is not the be-all and end-all of writing smart algorithms

Apple whispers how its face-fingering AI works

Secretive biz opens up a little

US govt to use software to finger immigrants as potential crims? That's really dumb – boffins

Algorithms will label innocent people terrorists, DHS warned

TensorFlow lightens up to land on smartmobes, then embed everywhere

Thanks for coming, TensorFlow Mobile, TensorFlow Lite is what the cool kids will code with now

IBM asks remaining staff to take career advice from HR-bot

'Myca' has staff eating cognitive dog food, which may taste better than prevailing bitterness

Bristol AI chip designer bags $50m from Valley VC

GraphCore blimey

Secret HPE AI chip, TensorFlow updates, neural networks writing themselves – and more

Roundup Your weekend dose of machine-learning updates

You wanted robo-butlers. Instead, you're getting robo-BOFHs

Interview Machine-learning tech tries to figure out when your servers are about to fail

UK Home Sec thinks a Minority Report-style AI will prevent people posting bad things

Comment Calling all precogs!

Boffins: We can identify you by your typing, and we're gonna sell the tech to biz, govt – yay!

Gee, thanks

Stop worrying and let the machines take our jobs – report

Techies safe, but you may have to endure a robot co-worker

Facebook's send-us-your-nudes service is coming to UK, America

Pre-emptive perv to defang revenge pr0nz peddlers

Machine learning? AI? How we learned to relax at MCubed

Events Reg conference shows humans how to stay in driving seat

Dumb autonomous cars can save more lives than brilliant ones

Perfect is the enemy of good – RAND Corp think tank

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