Neuromorphic Computers and Spiking Neural Networks: the new generation of machine learning?
09/04/2018

Neuromorphic Computers: Being inspired by biology can help overcome the limitations of modern computer architectures. We had already mentioned neuromorphic computers in the article about specialized…

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Sophia: citizenship and identity might have to be thought again
11/15/2017

Citizenship granted to Sophia highlights ethical issues still underestimated. October 26, 2017: The android Sophia becomes an Arabian citizen, a precedent that will go to…

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Artificial Intelligence and ethics: fears and controversy
11/01/2017

Artificial intelligence: fears and controversy July 28th, 2015, during the 24th IJCAI, an open letter sent to the conference was presented. Thanks to some illustrious names among the…

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India – The innovative capacity of the Jugaad Nation
05/01/2018

India: from unification and slavery under the British East India Company to the push for becoming a leading force in the technological rodeo of Artificial Intelligence.…

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China: The Way of the Dragon
03/17/2018

China has a thousand-year history, on the edge between isolationism, revolutions, and an unparalleled economic boom that threatens to get out of hand China: a…

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Machine Learning part II – Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs)
03/31/2018

Generative Adversarial Networks: Artificial Intelligence learns to create with the Game Theory In the previous article of the series, we addressed the basic concepts of…

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Workers wanted for the fourth industrial revolution: refrain human and time wasters
06/25/2018

Artificial Intelligence, Industry 4.0 and UBI | A future without work, or resigning to jobs without a future? We call it Industry 4.0, it would be…

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Curiosity driven AI – curiosity killed the cat, but not the machine
08/16/2018

Curious AI: algorithms powered with intrinsic motivation. What does Curiosity-driven AI mean? Research and innovation in AI made us accustomed with novelty and breakthroughs practically coming out…

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Machine Learning part III – Convolutional Neural Networks
02/09/2018

Convolutional Neural Networks: recognition and categorization by progressive abstraction The Convolute Neural Networks or ConvNet (CNN) are among the most commonly used Deep Learning algorithms…

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DNA Storage: the solution to Big Data in a strand?
10/21/2018

Data inside DNA, or the world inside a shoe box Back in 2016, a post signed by Thomas Barnet Jr. titled “The Zettabyte Era Officially…

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