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    How Microsoft is open-sourcing Minecraft AI experiments
    Microsoft's Katja Hofmann gave a demo of Project Malmo - the free download that brings AI experimentation to the sandbox - 2016-09-23

    ReplyBuy brings an AI concierge to the sports and entertainment market
    ReplyBuy, a finalist in the 1st and Future competition, wants to use the text message to get you tickets for sporting events. - 2016-09-23

    Facebook and Intel reign supreme in 'Doom' AI deathmatch
    This is VizDoom, a contest born from one man's idea: to improve the state of artificial intelligence by teaching computers the art of fragging. - 2016-09-22

    Oracle vs. Salesforce on AI: What to expect when
    Oracle and Salesforce both promise artificial intelligence assisted apps with capabilities including machine learning and natural language interaction. Here's what's behind the tech and when it gets real. - 2016-09-21, a company that builds chat bots, acqui-hired by Amazon
    It looks like Google, which yesterday acquired, a company that helps developers build conversational interfaces, isn't the only major tech company hoovering up chat bot talent. - 2016-09-20

    Microsoft's next big AI project? Helping solve cancer
    Microsoft has revealed its involvement in several collaborations with scientists to help fight or, as it puts it, "solve" cancer using artificial intelligence. - 2016-09-20

    IBM and MIT partner up to create AI that understands sight and sound the way we do
    The new IBM-MIT Laboratory for Brain-inspired Multimedia Machine Comprehension - we'll just call it BM3C - is a multi-year collaboration between the two organizations that will be looking specifically at the problem of computer vision and audition. - 2016-09-20

    Etsy buys Blackbird Technologies to bring AI to its search
    Today, the popular handmade-goods site Etsy announced it has acquired a startup called Blackbird Technologies, which developed algorithms for natural language processing, image recognition and analytics - 2016-09-20

    Now Google AI Can Help You Plan a Vacation
    VACATIONS ARE SUPPOSED to reduce stress, not create it. But that's not always the case. Just planning a vacation can be pretty darn stressful. Now, Google wants to remove all those vacation anxieties-or at least some of them. - 2016-09-19

    API.AI is joining Google!
    It has been a long and fun journey. Since API.AI's launch in 2014, we've been constantly impressed by the fast and energetic adoption of the technology from people building conversational interfaces for chatbots, connected cars, smart home devices, mobile applications, wearables, services, robots and more. - 2016-09-19

    Google's Go language ventures into machine learning
    Machine learning developers who want to use Google's Go language as their development platform have a small but growing number of projects to choose from. - 2016-09-19

    Webroot snaps up machine learning analytics firm CyberFlow
    Webroot has announced the acquisition of CyberFlow Analytics, a firm which specializes in harnessing machine learning technology to automatically detect cybersecurity threats. - 2016-09-19

    Bazillion Beings are AI-driven bots that have to earn their keep.. or die
    Bazillion Beings, a company exhibiting in Startup Alley at TechCrunch Disrupt in SF today, thinks it has an answer. They are creating what they call an "independent online life form" or "Lifo" (life form) in the form of bots that are designed to replace simple apps. - 2016-09-17

    Holographic Imaging and Deep Learning Diagnose Malaria
    Duke researchers have devised a computerized method to autonomously and quickly diagnose malaria with clinically relevant accuracy -- a crucial step to successfully treating the disease and halting its spread. - 2016-09-16

    Teva, Intel partner on machine-learning tech for Huntington's Disease
    Patients will wear a smartwatch outfitted with sensors that will continuously measure their general functioning and movement. The data will feed into a cloud-based machine-learning platform to detect patterns and monitor symptoms. - 2016-09-15 will ship a $999 autonomous driving add-on by the end of this year
    At TechCrunch Disrupt SF this year, famed iPhone and PlayStation hacker George Hotz unveiled the first official product of his automotive AI startup, The Comma One is a $999 add-on shipping before the end of the year, with a $24 monthly subscription for its software... - 2016-09-15

    Nissan is developing an AI to design its cars
    Car designs have continued to morph over the years. We have distinctive lines and shapes from each manufacturer, set basic shapes dependent on the desired type of vehicle (sports, compact, people carrier, etc.), and then we have the demands of the car industry for ever-increasing levels of safety and efficiency. - 2016-09-15

    Project using machine learning and wearables aims to improve epilepsy care
    Initiative aims to improve care given to people with epilepsy through better use of data. - 2016-09-15

    Invincea's Anup Ghosh on using machine learning to improve cybersecurity
    Invincea CEO and Founder Anup Ghosh discuss with host Kevin Greene the importance of machine learning in improving cybersecurity detection capabilities. - 2016-09-15

    Carl Vondrick is a doctoral candidate and researcher at MIT, where he studies computer vision and machine learning. His research focuses include leveraging large-scale data with minimal annotation and its applications to predictive vision and scene understanding. - 2016-09-14

    How Data And Machine Learning Are Changing The Solar Industry
    Like most sectors, the solar industry is rapidly embracing ways to analyze and crunch data in order to lower the cost of solar energy and to open up new markets for their technology. - 2016-09-14

    Google's Diane Greene talks AWS and machine learning at TechCrunch Disrupt
    Diane Greene, executive vice president of Google Cloud Enterprise, appeared on stage at TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco with TechCrunch editor Matt Burns today, and talked about her role running Google's massive cloud business. - 2016-09-14

    Affectiva and Uber want to brighten your day with machine learning and emotional intelligence
    our phone doesn't know how you're feeling - but you may want it to if that capability came with a few fringe benefits. Affectiva makes emotion-detection software, and CEO Rana el Kaliouby was full of ideas today at Disrupt SF as to how it could be deployed, from gifs to Ubers. - 2016-09-14

    10 Later-stage Startups Join the Seattle Machine Learning and Data Science Accelerator
    Microsoft has chosen the 10 machine learning and data science companies that will make up the fourth class of its Seattle Accelerator. - 2016-09-14

    The Next Wave of Deep Learning Applications
    This week we are focusing in on a trend that is moving faster than the devices can keep up with; the codes and application areas that are set to make this market spin in 2017. - 2016-09-14

    Pixelated photos and licence plates can be unblurred using artificial intelligence
    Pixelated or blurred photographs could be at risk of being unblurred as easily-accessible computer tools can successfully identify faces and information, a study has found. - 2016-09-13

    Nvidia's new Tesla GPUs pack potent features built for deep learning
    Autonomous cars need a new kind of horsepower to identify objects, avoid obstacles and change lanes. There's a good chance that will come from graphics processors in data centers or even the trunks of cars. - 2016-09-13

    Deep Learning Architectures Hinge on Hybrid Memory Cube
    The Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC), which we expect to see much more of over the coming year and beyond, is at the heart of several custom architectures to suit the deep learning market. Nervana Systems, which was recently acquired by Intel (HMC maker, Micron's close partner), Wave Computing, and other research efforts all see a common need-and solution. - 2016-09-12

    Generating Videos with Scene Dynamics
    MIT has used machine learning to create video from still images. - 2016-09-10

    The Extraordinary Link Between Deep Neural Networks and the Nature of the Universe
    Nobody understands why deep neural networks are so good at solving complex problems. Now physicists say the secret is buried in the laws of physics. - 2016-09-09

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