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Pentagon Wants Data Ready for AI

According to C4ISRNET, the Pentagon is seeking help to get data ready for use with AI. 

The Pentagon’s Joint Artificial Intelligence Center is recruiting businesses to help prepare military data for use with AI.

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AI Datasets Have Errors

According to MIT Technology Review, many AI datasets have label errors in them, which is causing a distortion in how the field is actually progressing. 

The 10 most cited AI data sets are riddled with label errors, according to a new study out of MIT, and it’s distorting our understanding of the field’s progress. 

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Using AI to Find New Antibiotics

Scientists are working with artificial intelligence to create new antibiotics, reports Vox.

Imagine you’re a scientist who needs to discover a new antibiotic to fight off a scary disease. How would you go about finding it? 

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AI Isn't That Intelligent

According to CNet, experts believe that artificial intelligence hasn’t yet achieved true intelligence. 

The artificial intelligence or "AI" label is slapped on almost anything electronic these days, from "smart" toothbrushes to cancer-curing supercomputers. If you're like me you've become jaded by the AI rubric, realizing we're still a long way from true intelligence in machines. Now what?

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Artificial Intelligence And the Water Industry

 Artificial intelligence can help change the water industry, reports Inc42.

Artificial Intelligence has seeped into every sector for good, making lives easier and better. One such crucial sector which is benefitting from the benefits of AI is the water industry. 

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University of Florida Gets AI Computer Access

The University of Florida has a $100 million public-private partnership with Nvidia which will give the University access to HiPerGator AI the most powerful AI supercomputer in education, reports the Tampa Bay Times. 

Henry Ford did not invent the automobile. That was Karl Benz. But Ford did perfect the assembly line for auto production. That innovation directly led to cars becoming markedly cheaper, putting them within reach of millions of Americans.

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OpenAI Founder Thinks AI a Financial Windfall

According to CNBC, OpenAI founder believes artificial intelligence will generate enough wealth to pay every US citizen $13.500 a year. 

Artificial intelligence will create so much wealth that every adult in the United States could be paid $13,500 per year from its windfall as soon as 10 years from now.

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AI Helps Patients Get Medication Right

Researchers are developing a tool with artificial intelligence that will help patients administer medication correctly, reports Medical Xpress. 

From swallowing pills to injecting insulin, patients frequently administer their own medication.

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Fighting Fires with AI

California is using artificial intelligence to fight wildfires, reports Los Angeles Times.

Sonoma County is adding artificial intelligence to its wildfire-fighting arsenal.

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Global Cloud Communications Provider Enhances Customer Self-Service with AI-powered Conversational Service

Aisera, a Palo Alto-based Artificial Intelligence (AI) solutions company, announced today its AI Customer Service solution with proven on-demand 24/7 customer support and higher customer satisfaction ratings. Aisera's AI Customer Service automates user requests for customer service, sales, marketing and commerce organizations. Aisera works with existing service cloud products such as Salesforce, SAP, Oracle, Zendesk and ServiceNow to deliver a revolutionary end-to-end service experience for users. Aisera’s AI Customer Service improves Customer Satisfaction Score (CSAT) and Net Promoter Score (NPS) while drastically reducing support and operations costs.

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