Seagate’s ‘AI’ disk drive: Just put slightly higher numbers on the specs

Surveillance hardware purpose-built for deep learning, analytics By Chris Mellor Seagate has bolted “AI” to its SkyHawk disk drive brand, saying it’s better suited for next-generation deep learning and video... Read more »

Why you can’t boycott the Mail: Google makes a mint from ‘fake news’

Partisan publishers hide identity from advertisers – study By Andrew Orlowski Publishers hiding their identity from advertisers accounted for 60 per cent of Google’s news network ad revenue in a... Read more »

Can artificial intelligence learn to scare us?

by MIT News Just in time for Halloween, a research team from the MIT Media Lab’s Scalable Cooperation group has introduced Shelley: the world’s first artificial intelligence-human horror story collaboration. Shelley,... Read more »

Racing Towards Another Race: Processing Faces One Feature at a Time

Face Recognition, Features and Objects BY Richard Morey | October 13, 2017 | No Comments Other Posts By Richard Morey The own-race bias in face processing is a well-known effect that refers to the fact that people... Read more »