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AI Helps Streamline Inspections

According to the Dallas Observer, artificial intelligence can be used to streamline the federal inspection process for federal housing. 

Landlords have long complained that red tape prevents them from accepting federal housing vouchers, limiting the places that low-income tenants can live.

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Artificial Intelligence on the Farm

According to Business Insider, farmers are using artificial intelligence to help keep crops healthy.

In Leones, Argentina, a drone with a special camera flies low over 150 acres of wheat.

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Is Artificial Intelligence in Hiring Ethical?

Is the use of artificial intellience in hiring taking violating the equal employment act, reports Forbes. 

Just when we thought it was safe to go back in the water, a new threat has emerged to equal employment opportunity as employers base hiring decisions on artificial intelligence powered video and game-based “pre-employment” assessments of job candidates

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Dangerous AI Released

According to Independent, an artificial intelligence deemed too dangerous to be released has been released. 

An AI that was deemed too dangerous to be released has now been released into the world.

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Explainable-AI (Artificial Intelligence) Image Recognition Startup Pilots Smart Appliance with Bosch

Z Advanced Computing, Inc. (ZAC), an AI (Artificial Intelligence) software startup, is developing its Smart Home product line through a paid-pilot for smart appliances for BSH Home Appliances, the largest manufacturer of home appliances in Europe and one of the largest in the world.  BSH Home Appliances Corporation is a subsidiary of the Bosch Group, originally a joint venture between Robert Bosch GmbH and Siemens AG. 

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AI Can Help with Drug Discovery

According to STAT, artificial intelligence can be helpful in discovering new drugs. 

In health care, two exciting uses of artificial intelligence — in the clinic for patient care and in the laboratory for drug discovery — are remarkably different applications. 

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Defense Department Sets Guidelines for AI in Battle

The Defense Departments sets guidelines for AI use in the field, reports Stars and Stripes. 

Hoping to prepare for what many see as a coming revolution in artificial intelligence-enabled weaponry ― and convince a skeptical public that it can apply such innovations responsibly ― the U.S. military is taking early steps to define the ethical boundaries for how it will use such systems.

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AI Puts Visuals to Music

A new neural network can transform music into visualizations, reports Futurism.

Synesthesia is the rare condition when our senses melt together — some say they can hear colors, others that they can taste words

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What AI Can Do for Medical Care

According to the World Economic Forum, artificial intelligence can revolutionize medical imaging. 

Artificial intelligence can improve the quality of optoacoustic imaging, researchers report.

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AI Helping Read Sonograms

FujiFilm SonoSite is working with artificial intelligence to help radiologists interpret ultrasound images, reports Geek Wire. 

Decades of technological advances have led to a revolution in ultrasound machines that has given rise to modern devices that weigh less than a pound and can display images on smartphones. But they still require an expert to make sense of the resulting images.

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