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AI Answers Goofy Questions

AI Uses images to answer goofy questions, reports NPR.

DALL-E mini is the AI bringing to life all of the goofy "what if" questions you never asked: What if Voldemort was a member of Green Day?

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RNA Folded by AI

According to Phys.org, artificial intelligence has folded RNA.

For the function of many biomolecules, their three-dimensional structure is crucial.

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AI Writes Its Own Thesis

According to Insider, a researcher had AI write it’s own thesis.

A researcher from Sweden gave an AI algorithm known as GPT-3 a simple directive: "Write an academic thesis in 500 words about GPT-3 and add scientific references and citations inside the text.

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Could AI Replace Photography

According to Fstoppers, some day artificial intelligence could render simple pictures eliminating a need for photography.

With technology continuing to move on at a swift pace, there's been plenty of recent discussion as to whether digital renders can truly ever replace product photography. Taking this one step further, is it possible that one day, artificial intelligence could simply create images without needing any input from a photographer or digital artist at all?

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AI Helps Identify Survivors

Artificial intelligence can identify unknown victims and survivors of the holocaust, reports Mashable.

In a story originally reported by The Times of Israel, a software engineer in New York has created and developed an AI that scans through hundreds of thousands of photos to help identify victims and survivors of the Holocaust.

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AI & Dentistry

According to MIT, artificial intelligence can help dentists do their job better.

When you picture a hospital radiologist, you might think of a specialist who sits in a dark room and spends hours poring over X-rays to make diagnoses. Contrast that with your dentist, who in addition to interpreting X-rays must also perform surgery, manage staff, communicate with patients, and run their business.

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AI Can Identify Children with Autism

A new study led by Northwestern University researchers used machine learning—a branch of artificial intelligence—to identify speech patterns in children with autism that were consistent between English and Cantonese, suggesting that features of speech might be a useful tool for diagnosing the condition.

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AI Powers Chatbot

The IRS is using artificial intelligence to power its call center chat bots, reports Federal News Network.

The Internal Revenue Service is handling more of its call volume through automation, which gives its call-center employees more time to address more complex requests from taxpayers.

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Training Data with Big Data

According to the Guardian, companies are using big data to train artificial intelligence. 

You’re at the wheel of your car but you’re exhausted. Your shoulders start to sag, your neck begins to droop, your eyelids slide down. As your head pitches forward, you swerve off the road and speed through a field, crashing into a tree

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AI Uses Whale Satellite Photos

Artificial intelligence will use a dataset of hundreds of whale satellite images for research, reports Phys.org.

A new dataset featuring hundreds of satellite images of whales has been published to support the development of artificial intelligence systems which will aid crucial conservation work.

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