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Could AI Train Your Dog

Soon artificial intelligence could train your dog, reports New Scientist.

Artificial intelligence could train your dog while you are out at work. A prototype device can issue basic dog commands, recognise if they are carried out and provide a treat if they are.


AI Texts Fool Humans

Artificial intelligence generated texts were able to fool Medicaid workers, reports Wired. 

In October 2019, Idaho proposed changing its Medicaid program. The state needed approval from the federal government, which solicited public feedback via


Chatbot Helps School Communicate

According to NNY 360, the Massensa Central School District is using a chatbot enhanced with an intelligent knowledge base to communicate with families in the district. 

The Massena Central School District is using artificial intelligence to better communicate with students and families.


Will AI Need to Sleep?

According to Sci Tech Daily, artificial intelligence researchers believe that in the future artificial intelligence machines might need to “sleep”.

One of the distinguishing features of machines is that they don’t need to sleep, unlike humans and any other creature with a central nervous system. 


AI Finds Hidden Roads

Researchers in the Amazon are using AI to help find hidden roads, reports Inside Science. 

It took years of painstaking work for Carlos Souza and his colleagues to map out every road in the Brazilian Amazon biome. Official maps of the 4.2 million-square-kilometer region only show roads built by federal and local governments.


AI Finds New Drug Uses

Machine-learning could help scientists find alternate uses for existing medication, reports Tech Explore. 

Scientists have developed a machine-learning method that crunches massive amounts of data to help determine which existing medications could improve outcomes in diseases for which they are not prescribed. 


Artificial Intelligence Isn't That Helpful to Marketers

According to Fortune, artificial intelligence is not yet able to predict or control our buying choices. 

Popular media has been warning us about the ability of unsavory marketers and other bad actors to predict and even control our choices using the latest in tracking and artificial intelligence technologies.


AI Sails the Mayflower Route

Artificial intelligence is helping a crewless ship sail the same route as the Mayflower, reports CBS News.

The Mayflower carried some of the first European settlers across the Atlantic Ocean to North America, 400 years ago this year.


Quantum Chemistry Gets Boost from AI

According to SciTechDaily, researchers have used artificial intelligence to solve Schrodinger’s equation in quantum chemistry.

A team of scientists at Freie Universität Berlin has developed an artificial intelligence (AI) method for calculating the ground state of the Schrödinger equation in quantum chemistry.


Using AI in Healthcare to Fight Bias

According to Healthcare IT News, AI can help fight bias in healthcare. 

Leading researchers discussed which requirements AI algorithms must meet to fight bias in healthcare during the 'Artificial Intelligence and Implications for Health Equity: Will AI Improve Equity or Increase Disparities?' session which was held on 1 December.


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