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Lexus launches the world’s first campaign developed using artificial intelligence

The new Lexus campaign for the launch of the Lexus ES executive sedan has been conceived and designed using artificial intelligence (AI). Lexus not only…

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Chinese state press agency introduces AI-newsreader.

The Chinese state press agency Xinhua is going to use an ‘AI newsreader’. The presenter is a computer-generated copy of a real newsreader at the…

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Google provides its search service with a comprehensive update

Google explained the future plans for its search service. The company will focus on a visual way to find information, including AMP Stories and relevant…

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Artificial intelligence can also develop prejudices

This is shown by thousands of simulations. You do not have to be a person for having prejudices. A new study published in the journal…

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First 8K Samsung QLED TVs will go on sale from October

Samsung will enter the market of 8K TV with the unveiling of the Q900R QLED 8K TV with 8K AI Upscaling. The QLED 8K TV…

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TV Tip: More Human Than Human (video)

Artificial intelligence develops at lightning speed, so quickly that the question arises as to whether 'KI' might make humanity superfluous. In 2Doc: More Human Than…

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A chatbot instead of a doctor?

A company that focuses on artificial intelligence in health care, Babylon Health, claims that a chatbot can pass the exam for general practitioners. And that…

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Talking AI Google Duplex will be tested live this summer

The demonstration of Google Duplex at the last Google I / O conference was shocking in several ways. The AI ​​assistant who can call companies…

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Looking through walls?

Researchers at The Massachusetts Institute of Technology have succeeded. They developed artificial intelligence software that can be looked through walls. How is that even possible?…

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AI to count wild animals in Tanzania

You can not think of anything like this with artificial intelligence (AI). From digital assistants to chatbots, the developments are fast. Researchers are now considering…

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