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Move over, humans poker players. Facebook and Carnegie Mellon's poker-playing AI bot called Pluribus is here.
The big Facebook outage offers a behind-the-scenes look at how the social network’s AI ‘sees’ your photos and interprets them for bl...
If you thought only your friends judged you on social media, think again — Facebook's AI has been assessing all your photos.
Robots are rapidly on their way to taking 20 million manufacturing jobs, wiping out a chunk of the global workforce
Robots will displace 20 million manufacturing jobs worldwide, according to a new report from Oxford Economics.
One of the subjects on offer, AI, could lead to the dismissal or resignation of more than 1.3 million US bankers by 2030.
"What was possible with paper and pen doesn't hold a candle to what will become possible with developments like machine learning," said Justice Kagan.
‘The world is not yet ready for DeepNude’: The disturbing deepfake app for making fake nudes of any woman with just a few clicks has been ...
The DeepNude team announced on Thursday on Twitter they were shutting down the app for good, saying "the world is not yet ready for DeepNude."
This controversial deepfake app lets anyone easily create fake nudes of any woman with just a click, and it’s a frightening look into the future...
This application of deepfake software is telling of how it can be used maliciously to create doctored images of women for revenge porn and bullying.
This CEO explains why he left the top job at $36 billion Autodesk to head Bright Machines, a one-year-old robotics software startup that’s revol...
The one-year-old startup Bright Machines just launched Bright Machines Microfactories. CEO Amar Hanspal explains what he learned from leading Autodesk
Deepfakes, fake videos made to trick viewers into thinking someone did something they didn't, have targeted Nancy Pelosi, Mark Zuckerberg, and Jon Snow.