Latest in Artificial Intelligence Humans Cruise to $732,713 Win Over Poker AI
By Steve Crowe · 12 May, 2015 • Four top poker pros beat the Claudico poker computer by a collective $732,713. So why are some considering the challenge a tie?Human Pros Dominating Poker AI
By Steve Crowe · 1 May, 2015 • Carnegie Mellon's poker AI was down 626,892 chips against its human competitors at the halfway point. Can the super computer turn things around?Poker AI: Can a Super Computer Beat 4 Top Pros?
By Ken Walters, CMU · 24 April, 2015 • Carnegie Mellon's Claudico super computer will play 20,000 hands of Heads-Up No-limit Texas Hold'em against four poker pros in a benchmark test for artificial intelligence.Can AI Help Doctors Better Diagnose Cancer?
By Adam Conner-Simons, MIT Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Lab · 23 April, 2015 • MIT has developed a computational model that aims to automatically suggest cancer diagnoses by learning from thousands of data points from past pathology reports.AI, Humanoid Robots Enhancing Cross-cultural Communication
By The National Science Foundation · 17 April, 2015 • By combining artificial intelligence and robotics with insights from virtual role-playing research, researchers are pioneering new avenues to improve cultural awareness.5 Experts Who Say Elon Musk is Wrong About AI
By Steve Crowe · 24 March, 2015 • Will artificial intelligence help improve the human race or wipe it out completely? The debate continues.Bill Gates: Why Wouldn’t You be Concerned About AI
By Steve Crowe · 29 January, 2015 • Bill Gates agrees with Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking about the threat of artificial intelligence, saying that he doesn't "understand why some people are not concerned.”AI Helps Super Mario Learn to Play Video Games Without You
By Steve Crowe · 19 January, 2015 • Researchers at Germany's University of Tubingen programmed artificial intelligence into Nintendo's Super Mario Advance so that Mario can play his own game.5 Experts Who Think Artificial Intelligence Could End Humanity
By Victor Luckerson, Time · 2 December, 2014 • A growing number of experts agree that humans will eventually create artificial intelligence that can think beyond our own capacities.
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