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AI Uses Whale Satellite Photos

Artificial intelligence will use a dataset of hundreds of whale satellite images for research, reports Phys.org.

A new dataset featuring hundreds of satellite images of whales has been published to support the development of artificial intelligence systems which will aid crucial conservation work.

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Fixing AI’s Ethical Problems

There are ways to fix artificial intelligence’s ethical problems, reports Forbes.

AI violates privacy. AI-generated output can’t be explained. AI is biased. This is all true, and is happening today, and there’s a risk of these issues accelerating as AI adoption grows.

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Engineer Claims Chatbot Sentient

According to Business Insider, an engineer working on Google’s artificial intelligence chatbot has claimed it is sentient.

An engineer at Google said he was placed on leave Monday after claiming an artificial intelligence chatbot had become sentient.

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AI & Satellites Can Solve Problems

AI and satellites can solve world problems if given a chance, reports Wired.

For the past three decades, geologist Carlos Souza has worked at the Brazil-based nonprofit Imazon, exploring ways he and the teams he coordinates can use applied science to protect the Amazon rainforest.

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People are Entering Relationships with AI

HAL in 2001: A Space Odyssey. Ava in Ex Machina. Scarlett Johansson’s sultry-voiced Samantha in the movie Her. 

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AI Coins Own Language

According to the New York Post, artificial intelligence is developing its own language.

An artificial intelligence program has developed its own language and no one can understand it.

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AI Helps Actor Appear in Movie

According to Fortune, artificial intelligence was used to recreate Val Kilmer’s voice in the new Top Gun Maverick. 

Artificial intelligence landed a major part in the new Top Gun sequel: Val Kilmer’s voice.

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AI Helping Identify the Cosmos

According to Phys.org, artificial intelligence is helping identify celestial objects. 

Classifying celestial objects is a long-standing problem. With sources at near unimaginable distances, sometimes it's difficult for researchers to distinguish between objects such as stars, galaxies, quasars or supernovae. 

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Robot Picks Fruit

Scientists are close to finally designing an artificial intelligence enhanced robot that can pick fruit, reports the Guardian.

Robots can do a lot. They build cars in factories. They sort goods in Amazon warehouses. Robotic dogs can, allegedly and a little creepily, make us safer by patrolling our streets. But there are some things robots still cannot do – things that sound quite basic in comparison. Like picking an apple from a tree.

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New AI Based Sleep App

There is a new sleep app that uses  artificial intelligence, reports Sky News.

A new artificial intelligence sleep app has been developed that might be able to replace sleeping pills for insomnia sufferers.

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