Latest neural networks publications


AI and cyber security: Separating hype from reality
Is artificial intelligence revolutionising cyber security or is it just another brick in the wall? Pascal Geenens, security evangelist for Radware, thinks there’s cause for caution when it comes to AI If we’re to believe the most enthusiastic backers of AI-led cyber security, trained security specialists could soon be replaced with sci-fi like defences that... Read More

Unmasking Adversarial AI with Pin-Yu Chen
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 It’s no exaggeration to say that artificial intelligence (AI) has been the... Read More

Predictive analytics is fueling an insurance revolution
John Bensalhia speaks to Jean Perez, head of analytics for I&A at Collinson Group about the predictive tools transforming insurance as we know it The introduction of predictive analytics and machine learning has been a gamechanger in the world of insurance. Not only can future behaviour be predicted in an instant, it can be done... Read More

Brain signals translated into intelligible speech for first time

In a landmark scientific achievement, Columbia neuroengineers show the mental activity of mankind’s most inner sanctum can be sensed and distilled into ordinary speech Decades of scientific research has shown that the act of speaking – or even thinking about speaking – produces traceable and distinct patterns of activity in the brain. The realisation spawned a… Read More



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