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Ford Working on AI Driven Delivery

Ford Motor Company’s project Digit seeks to create artificially enhanced delivery robots, reports AI Daily.

Picture this. You’ve ordered a parcel and you get a notification that it has arrived. When you open the door there is a robot standing outside with your brand-new headphones in its hands. This is the future that Ford is striving to create through their research project Digit.

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Intel Wants More AI Professionals

Intel is working with Arizona’s largest community college to offer an artificial intelligence associate degree program, reports ABC15.

Long known for its innovations in the development of artificial intelligence applications, Santa Barbara, California-based Intel Corp. is taking its AI game to a new level — and metro Phoenix is ground zero.

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Artificial Intelligence Could Handle Chaos with Physics

According to Science Alert, teaching artificial intelligence systems about physics could help them handle chaos and unpredictability better. 

While artificial intelligence systems continue to make huge strides forward, they're still not particularly good at dealing with chaos or unpredictability

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AI Creates Nirvana Song

Artificial intelligence has been used to create a fake Nirvana song, reports NME. 

A YouTuber has used artificial intelligence to write a fake Nirvana song — you can listen to the end result, ‘Smother’, below.

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AI Finds New Feature in Earth's Core

According to Physics World, artificial intelligence has been used to fund a new feature in the core of the Earth. 

An artificial intelligence algorithm originally developed for astrophysics has revealed a previously unknown feature on the core-mantle boundary deep inside the Earth. The algorithm allowed researchers in the US to find patterns in seemingly unconnected seismic data from different sources and the team believes that the new technique could glean insights from other types of geophysical datasets in future.

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Artificial Intelligence on a Tiny Chip

Engineers from MIT have made a tiny computer chip that can function like an artificial brain, reports Sci Tech Daily. 

MIT engineers have designed a “brain-on-a-chip,” smaller than a piece of confetti, that is made from tens of thousands of artificial brain synapses known as memristors — silicon-based components that mimic the information-transmitting synapses in the human brain.

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AI Could Help Type 1 Patients

Artificial intelligence could help diabetics monitor their glucose levels, reports Medical Dialogues. 

Researchers and physicians at Oregon Health & Science University, using artificial intelligence and automated monitoring, have designed a method to help people with type 1 diabetes better manage their glucose levels.

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AI Updates Eye Exam

According to Science Magazine, artificial intelligence could make the standard eye exam obsolete.

The classic eye exam may be about to get an upgrade. Researchers have developed an online vision test—fueled by artificial intelligence (AI)—that produces much more accurate diagnoses than the sheet of capital letters we’ve been staring at since the 19th century

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New AI Cleans Up Photos

A new AI tool can help turn blurry photos into clear portraits, reports Tech Xplore. 

Duke University researchers have developed an AI tool that can turn blurry, unrecognizable pictures of people's faces into eerily convincing computer-generated portraits, in finer detail than ever before. 

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Microsoft Replaces Journalists with AI

According to the Verge, artificial intelligence is replacing reporting staff at Microsoft News and MSN. 

Microsoft is laying off dozens of journalists and editorial workers at its Microsoft News and MSN organizations. 

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