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Teaching AI Business Sense

Researchers are trying to teach AI common business sense, reports ZD Net. 

Can common business sense be programmed into AI? Many are certainly trying to do just that. 

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AI Can Find Problems with Solar Panels

Artificial intelligence can help detect defects in solar panels, reports PV Magazine. 

One of the biggest challenges for non-AI experts is the terminology. Artificial intelligence, machine learning (ML), and computer vision (CV) are frequently discussed, but people outside of data science fields often do not know what they mean. 

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Teaching AI to Do More Than One Thing

According to Technology Review, researchers are working on teaching AI how to do two things at once. 

If you can recognize a dog by sight, then you can probably recognize a dog when it is described to you in words. Not so for today’s artificial intelligence

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Business Uses for AI

Artificial intelligence can be used by businesses for things like customer service and predictive analytics, reports Entrepreneur.

Artificial intelligence has the power to transform your business. It can be used for everything from customer service to sales, and it's easy to implement as well. Artificial intelligence is already being used in some industries, but it's just starting to become mainstream in small business.

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Using AI to Prepare for Flooding

According to the Advocate, AI could help Lousianna communities prepare better for flooding. 

Using artificial intelligence and machine learning, LSU professor Hartmut Kaiser is joining up with a team of scientists to help communities near the coast better prepare for flooding.

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NFL Wants AI to Find Head Injuries

The NFL and AWS challenged data scientists to teach computers to detect head injuries in NFL game footage, reports NFL. 

The National Football League (NFL) and Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), today announced the results of its artificial intelligence competition, which challenged data scientists to teach computers to automatically detect players involved in head impacts from NFL game footage

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AI Still Isn't That Smart

Artificial intelligence is still a long way from human level intelligence, reports CNBC.

Machines are getting smarter and smarter every year, but artificial intelligence is yet to live up to the hype that’s been generated by some of the world’s largest technology companies.

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Using AI to Model Complex Phenomena

According to SciTechDaily, machine learning is being used to help model complex plasma phenomena. 

MIT researchers are testing a simplified turbulence theory’s ability to model complex plasma phenomena using a novel machine-learning technique.

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Amazon Working on AI for NASA

According to the Daily Mail, Amazon and several other companies are working to develop AI for NASA’s lunar mission. 

Amazon have teamed up with Cisco and Lockheed Martin to develop an artificial intelligence system — dubbed 'Callisto' — for NASA's Artemis I lunar mission.

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No AI in Hiring & Promotion for New York City Employers

In 2023, New York City employers won’t be able to use AI in hiring and promotion decisions, reports Gibson Dunn. 

Effective January 1, 2023, New York City employers will be restricted from using artificial intelligence machine-learning products in hiring and promotion decisions.

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