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Oct 10, 2020

‘I have no desire to wipe out humans,’ robot writes in ominous op-ed

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

An AI used to write articles was tasked to write an article convincing people that AI was not dangerous to humans. Re-sharing article by Market Watch.

Oct 9, 2020

CLEANN: A framework to shield embedded neural networks from online Trojan attacks

Posted by in categories: cybercrime/malcode, information science, robotics/AI

With artificial intelligence (AI) tools and machine learning algorithms now making their way into a wide variety of settings, assessing their security and ensuring that they are protected against cyberattacks is of utmost importance. As most AI algorithms and models are trained on large online datasets and third-party databases, they are vulnerable to a variety of attacks, including neural Trojan attacks.

A neural Trojan attack occurs when an attacker inserts what is known as a hidden Trojan trigger or backdoor inside an AI model during its training. This trigger allows the attacker to hijack the model’s prediction at a later stage, causing it to classify data incorrectly. Detecting these attacks and mitigating their impact can be very challenging, as a targeted model typically performs well and in alignment with a developer’s expectations until the Trojan backdoor is activated.

Researchers at University of California, San Diego have recently created CLEANN, an end-to-end framework designed to protect embedded from Trojan attacks. This framework, presented in a paper pre-published on arXiv and set to be presented at the 2020 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Computer-Aided Design, was found to perform better than previously developed Trojan shields and detection methods.

Oct 9, 2020

A New Factory in France Will Mass-Produce Bugs as Food

Posted by in categories: food, robotics/AI, space, sustainability

It looks like our food for the future will be bugs. A factory in France will grow bugs as a food source.


Enter the insects. Or, more appropriately in this case, enter Ÿnsect, the French company with big ambitions to help change the way the world eats. Ÿnsect raised $125 million in Series C funding in early 2019, and at the time already had $70 million worth of aggregated orders to fill. Now they’re building a bug-farming plant to churn out tiny critters in record numbers.

You’ve probably heard of vertical farms in the context of plants; most existing vertical farms use LED lights and a precise mixture of nutrients and water to grow leafy greens or other produce indoors. They maximize the surface area used for growing by stacking several layers of plants on top of one another; the method may not make for as much space as outdoor fields have, but can yield a lot more than you might think.

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Oct 9, 2020

View: Artificial Intelligence for inclusive growth

Posted by in categories: economics, robotics/AI

The adoption of Artificial Intelligence (AI) shouldn’t be restricted to companies, however, economies have additionally turned they give attention to build up their AI capabilities as a way to enhance growth. Developed economies just like the US, China, and EU nations are already within the race.

Oct 9, 2020

A New Era of Healthcare with AI | I AM AI

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, robotics/AI

#AI is creating new possibilities in #healthcare, elevating the quality of care providers can deliver and giving the gift of time back to physicians to connect with patients. Learn how NVIDIA AI solutions are advancing medicine https://nvda.ws/33EGX6m #IAMAI

Oct 9, 2020

NVIDIA Uses AI to Slash Bandwidth on Video Calls

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

What the researchers have achieved has remarkable results: by replacing the traditional h.264 video codec with a neural network, they have managed to reduce the required bandwidth for a video call by an order of magnitude. In one example, the required data rate fell from 97.28 KB/frame to a measly 0.1165 KB/frame — a reduction to 0.1% of required bandwidth.


NVIDIA Research has invented a way to use AI to dramatically reduce video call bandwidth while simultaneously improving quality.

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Oct 8, 2020

Grid AI raises $18.6M Series A to help AI researchers and engineers bring their models to production

Posted by in categories: climatology, robotics/AI

Grid AI, a startup founded by the inventor of the popular open-source PyTorch Lightning project, William Falcon, that aims to help machine learning engineers work more efficiently, today announced that it has raised an $18.6 million Series A funding round, which closed earlier this summer. The round was led by Index Ventures, with participation from Bain Capital Ventures and firstminute.

Falcon co-founded the company with Luis Capelo, who was previously the head of machine learning at Glossier. Unsurprisingly, the idea here is to take PyTorch Lightning, which launched about a year ago, and turn that into the core of Grid’s service. The main idea behind Lightning is to decouple the data science from the engineering.

The time argues that a few years ago, when data scientists tried to get started with deep learning, they didn’t always have the right expertise and it was hard for them to get everything right.

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Oct 8, 2020

Mystery Deepens Around Unmanned Spy Boat Washed Up In Scotland (Updated)

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

O,.o.


The unmanned vessel washed up in Scotland last week does not belong to the Royal Navy. But it may have been on an intelligence-gathering mission for someone else, along with a second craft found last year.

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Oct 7, 2020

This Swimming Squid Robot Looks Absolutely Amazing

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

A team of engineers at the University of California San Diego have built a squid robot that can propel itself through the water untethered, just like the real thing.

“Essentially, we recreated all the key features that squids use for high-speed swimming,” Michael T. Tolley, co-author of the paper published in the journal Bioinspiration and Biomimetics last month.

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Oct 7, 2020

A Robot Made This

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

A cafe in Dubai has opened up that is operated by robots, this is what it looks like. 🤖.

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