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Can Artificial Intelligence (AI) Learn?

Is artificial intelligence (AI) capable of flexible learning? Humans have the ability to learn from their situations and environments. In order for AI to do the same, it must first completely understand the learning process. Unlike humans, AI has computational power that allows it to process copious amounts of data. As AI’s tasks continue to […]

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How Utilizing AI Can Change Education 

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is changing the field of education—particularly continuing education. Learning does not stop following graduation from a formal education program. Many people spend their lives learning new skills or improving on existing ones. Lifelong learning can be accomplished through in-person classes, online courses, or a hybrid of both. Because people can learn in […]

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Can Artificial Intelligence Prevent School Violence?

Schools across the United States are turning to artificial intelligence to help prevent school shootings and other life-threatening attacks.  Companies like Bark Technologies, Gaggle.net, and Securly, Inc., are using a combination of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) along with trained human safety experts to examine student data, from the emails they send, and […]

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New Course Program Now Available: AI and Ethics in Design

Be among the first to bring Part 1 of IEEE’s Artificial Intelligence and Ethics in Design to your employees! Led by thought leaders in AI, philosophy and policy management fields, Artificial Intelligence and Ethics in Design is a five-course training from IEEE Continuing Professional Education. It will educate and empower professionals to practically implement ethical […]

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String of Setbacks Halts Several Autonomous Vehicle Tests

While many believe the autonomous vehicle (AV) is a form of artificial intelligence (AI) that could ultimately help reduce the number of people killed and injured on the roads each year, it seems that fatalities are inevitable. Last week, 49-year-old Elaine Hertzberg was struck and killed by an Uber self-driving vehicle in Tempe, Arizona. Although police […]

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Artificial Intelligence: Friend or Foe of the Healthcare Industry?

Sometime in the future, Artificial Intelligence (AI) will disrupt healthcare as we know it, but not in the ways most people think. Many fear machines will replace or even turn on humans. But the speed with which computer intelligence is advancing offers far more opportunities than dangers. AI Variants Today, AI is shorthand for any […]

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