Latest artificial intelligence publications
Machine learning researchers are not solely concerned with improving the accuracy of models. They want to know how they can be corrupted and undermined – a research agenda that warrants more attention. Techerati spoke to an IBM researcher at the heart of it.
Researchers demonstrate increased overall performance and decreased categorical bias with novel approach Researchers at Massachusetts Insitute of Technology’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (MIT CSAIL) have described an AI model that can evaluate and “debias” facial recognition software. In a paper scheduled to be presented at the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence’s… Read More
New report from World Economic Forum (WEF) warns of “glaring” gender gap among AI professionals AI might be the single biggest technological disruptor of the 21st century, but one thing it is not disrupting is the long-chronicled STEM gender gap, according to a new report published by WEF. As part of its Global Gender Gap… Read More
China set to overtake Europe and become biggest source of AI research globally in next four years, if pace of current trend continues A new study released by Elsevier has shined a light on the global race to lead AI research, revealing that China is outpacing its nearest competitors, the US and Europe, in the… Read More