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Hot stuff: Facebook AI gurus tout new Pytorch 1.0 framework for all

F8 Blah, blah, speed up neural networks, something, blah blah

Doom and Super Mario could be a lot tougher now AI is building levels

Imagine the frustration of playing a game where the difficulty can constantly change

AI boffins rebel against closed-access academic journal that wants to have its cake and eat it

Thousands refusing to submit, review, or edit for Nature Machine Intelligence journal

Google founder Sergey Brin promises to protect humanity from AI

The data-slurpingest, ad-slingiest exec of them all says he’s on your side

Europe needs more dosh for AI, Google's TPU2 vs Nvidia's Tesla V100, and more

Roundup All we need now is a robo-news-reader (quick, bring back Ananova)

Good news: AI could solve the pension crisis – by triggering a nuclear apocalypse by 2040

New US RAND report predicts a grim technological future

Astroboffins build AI to chase galactic blue nuggets in space

Color-coded stellar searcher seeks out young stars

Your AI pet project is only as smart as its garbage training set

No one said it'd be easy

How much do AI gurus really get paid? And is NIPS such a great name for a conference?

Roundup And how does Hey Siri work? Read about it here

Beware! Medical AI systems are easy targets for fraud and error

You can fake diagnoses with adversarial examples

Machines learned to assemble IKEA’s semi-disposable furniture

Oi! Robots! Take this human job. PLEEEAASE take this job

Facebook job ad hints at homebrew silicon plans

Poll Can you build an AI/ML FPGA? And could you tell your Mum you work for Zuck?

Gang way! Compsci geeks coming through! AI engine can finger fakes on social networks

Take note Twitter, Facebook et al, it's really not that hard to weed out bots

US army boffins use AI to spot faces in the dark

Neural network recreates real images from thermal cameras

Infosec brainiacs release public dataset to classify new malware using AI

Data is the secret sauce to advancing AI research

The only way is Ethics: UK Lords fret about AI 'moral panic'

Oh, and look out for data monopolies, peers warn

Boffins try to grok dogs using AI, a cyber-brain charter, a bot running for mayor, and more

Roundup Would you vote for a machine for public office?

Has your machine really learned something? Snap quiz time

How to tell if your algo is getting it right

Get ready for the Internet of Battle Things, warns US Army AI boffin

Future wars will be fought with physical and cyber robots

Googlers revolt over AI military tech contract, brainiacs boycott killer robots, and more

Roundup Your guide to this week in machine-learning

AI can't help without your data, says Gartner, so share, share, share!

Uber, have my calendar. And would you at least think about paying for it?

OpenAI challenges you to beat 1990s classic Sonic the Hedgehog using machine learning

Sega golden oldie repackaged as a research testbed

Is there alien life out there? Let's turn to AI, problem solver du jour

Is there nothing neural networks can't do? Wait, don't answer that

How machine-learning code turns a mirror on its sexist, racist masters

Word-analyzing AI study reveals 'historical social changes'

Here is your low down on TensorFlow updates, France's AI strategy, and a new DeepMind lab

Roundup The wacky world of AI this week

Machine learning library TensorFlow can count to potato... I mean, 1.7

Former Google Brain project is Eager to eat your GPU

Storm brewing? Weather buff uses deep learning to predict patterns

♫ I don't care what the weatherman says when the neural network says it's hailing

Gone in 60.121 seconds: Your guide to the pricey new gear Nvidia teased at its annual GPU fest

GTC Yours if you can afford it... and wait long for the fabs to make the chips

Uber's disturbing fatal self-driving car crash, a new common sense challenge for AI, and Facebook's evil algorithms

Roundup Are we doomed?

DeepMind boffins brain-damage AI to find out what makes it tick

All that effort and they still aren't sure how it works

AI software that can reproduce like a living thing? Yup, boffins have only gone and done it

Talk about telling your code to go screw itself

Facebook opens up Big Basin Volta plans to share the server wealth

AI hardware plans up for grabs

HPE burns offering to Apollo 6500, unleashes cranked deep learning server on world+dog

Faster GPUs, more FLOPS

Machines making music, translating Chinese, self-driving trucks, and more

Roundup Developments for our future overlords

FYI: AI tools can unmask anonymous coders from their binary executables

To ensure privacy, stay offline, don't maintain public repos that trace back to you

Researchers create AI attacker to defeat AI malware defender

It's like Spy Vs Spy, but with neural network boffins

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