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This is the first time an AI has attained human-like skills in a first-person video game | Aspioneer

A self-taught AI is beating humans in a multiplayer game for the first time

Since the earliest days of virtual chess and solitaire, video games have been a playing field for developing artificial intelligence (AI). Each victory of...
Subscription-based services are a popular and highly effective way to monetise games | Aspioneer

Gamers are using machine learning to navigate complex video games

Some of the world’s most popular video games track your activity as you play – but they’re not just gathering data for business or...
A new study, published in Science Advances, reports that an AI has spontaneously developed a human-like number sense | Aspioneer

An AI has spontaneously developed a human-like number sense

Numbers figure pretty high up on the list of what a computer can do well. While humans often struggle to split a restaurant bill,...
New technologies are arming governments with unprecedented capabilities to monitor, track and surveil individual people. Even governments in democracies with strong traditions of rule of law find themselves tempted to abuse these new abilities | Aspioneer

Does AI threaten democracy?

U.S. technology giant Microsoft has teamed up with a Chinese military university to develop artificial intelligence systems that could potentially enhance government surveillance and censorship capabilities. ., but...
Quantum machine learning techniques such as annealing have shown business promise by optimising the yields of financial assets or the calculation of credit ratings | Aspioneer

What is quantum machine learning?

Artificial intelligence refers, among other things, to machines’ capacity to demonstrate some degree of what humans consider “intelligence”. This process is being driven by the...
Robots, combined with artificial intelligence, are expected to improve teaching by providing greater levels of individualised learning, objective and timely grading, as well as having the ability to identify areas of improvements in degree programmes | Aspioneer

What robots and AI mean for higher education

The number of robots around the world is increasing rapidly. And it’s said that automation will threatening more than 800m jobs worldwide by 2030. In...

Want to be innovative? Learn from machines

Technology still cannot simulate human intelligence to solve complex problems, in a variable environment and with partial information. But it is getting closer. An...
When we communicate face-to-face there is an expectation of mutual attentiveness, but these norms could be wholly deconstructed if we were to have the majority of our conversations with non-humans | Aspioneer

Talking to AI voice assistants might just change how we interact

When you’re lost, Siri can be your best friend. But if she can’t retrieve the right address from your contacts, she can drive you...
With the next generation of AI the stakes will almost certainly be much higher | Aspioneer

Advanced artificial intelligence: The time to act is now

Artificial intelligence can play chess, drive a car and diagnose medical issues. Examples include Google DeepMind’s AlphaGo, Tesla’s self-driving vehicles, and IBM’s Watson. This type of artificial intelligence...
Thoughtlessly coupling DNNs to the vehicle’s control systems can be highly risky | Aspioneer

Can we trust artificial intelligence?

Artificial neurons for deeply intelligent machines – this is the new artificial intelligence (AI) revolution, led by Geoffrey Hinton and his team since 2012. That year,...

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