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Huawei reckons it can strong ARM its way into AI world with new chips

We're assuming Chinese giant will use ARM in ML processors. It probably will, right?

House of Lords to probe AI data slurping

Who owns all that valuable training info?

We're all saved. From the killer AI. We can live. Thanks to the IEEE

Rest assured, your personal software agent has been tested for loyalty

Mozilla hoping to open source voice samples for future AI devs

Prying open speech recognition

Apple's 'KGB level of secrecy' harms its AI projects – but don't worry, it's started a blog

Analysis Boffins still turned off by iMaker's closed culture

Watson AI panned, 5¼ years of sales decline ... Does IBM now stand for Inferior Biz Model?

Analysis Ginni's still grinning, of course

Me-ow! Ruski tech titan Yandex open-sources ML library CatBoost

Something to do with categories, not feline antidepressants

Vendors rush to call everything AI even if it isn't, or doesn't help

So says Gartner, which reckons marketers have brainwashed themselves and us with AI hype

AI bots will kill us all! Or at least may seriously inconvenience humans

Analysis Elon Musk again demands govt intervention to halt crazed computers

The hidden horse power driving Machine Learning models

When owning tin is a cheap(er) alternative to expensive cloud

Brit neural net pioneer just revolutionised speech recognition all over again

Profile Deep learning with Dr Tony Robinson

Let's go to work: How bots took over business

From HAL to Slackbot

Pretty fly for an AI: Bioboffins use machine learning to decipher fruit flies' brains

Code cracks neuron riddle

'Many' ways to create artificial intelligence. Just ask the UK's AI businesses

What? We have them. There's life outside the hype bubble

An AI can replace what a world leader said in his video-taped speech. This will end well. Not

Video Final stepping stone to irrefutable fake news?

AI vans are real – but they'll make us suck at driving, warn boffins

Transport brainboxes urge to keep eye on tech

Is this a hotdog? What it takes for an AI to answer that might surprise you

Don't boil the ocean

On the couch with an AI robo-doc asking me personal questions

Something for the Weekend, Sir? How long have you been having these delusions?

Google blows $800k on bots to flood the UK with 30,000 'articles' a month

Templated stories sourced from gov databases to push web ads. Welcome to your dystopia

China's Baidu, GPU monster Nvidia cuddle up at Beijing dev bash

Robo-ride car tech will use Drive PX 2 hardware, plus other bits from the conference

DeepMind needs to think about the broader implications of its tech – report

Also: Docs might be Snapchatting your scans to colleagues

New work: Algorithms to give self-driving cars 'impulsive' human 'ethics'

RoTM It's just preliminary research, don't freak out

Time to rethink machine learning: The big data gobble is OFF the menu

What size do big things start? Small

Why, Robot? Understanding AI ethics

Maybe we're headed for a robo-pocalpse, but let's deal with these other problems first, eh?

Megacorp GSK inks AI drug development deal with Brit firm

Exscientia claims approach IDs candidates quicker

Big question: Who gets the blame if a cyborg drops a kid on its head?

Boffins demand panic button to control wacky brain-machine interfaces in the future

Skynet? More like Night-sky-net. AI hunts for Milky Way's turbo stars

Code churns through millions of heavenly objects spotted by Euro Gaia spacecraft

Gov.UK pops open tin of AI and robotics research cash

Government opens Industrial Strategy linked funding call

Numbers war: How Bayesian vs frequentist statistics influence AI

Not all figures are equal

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How to A guide to seeing the wood for the decision trees

Microsoft throws its weight behind Parisian AI startup factory

Redmond to support fledgling firms at Station F initiative

Facebook has a solution to all the toxic dross on its site – wait, it's not AI?

No, it's human janitors toiling away, cleaning up wads of hate and terror incitement

Sorry to burst your bubble, but Microsoft's 'Ms Pac-Man beating AI' is more Automatic Idiot

Analysis Code hardwired to reach perfect 999,990 score

Facebook tried teaching bots art of negotiation – so the AI learned to lie

Given training data was real human chatter, this says more about us than anything else

OpenAI, DeepMind double team to make future AI machines safer

New algorithm keeps humans firmly in the loop during training

DIY self-driving cars are closer than they appear (and we're not talking about in the mirror) software adapted for the Chevy Volt

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