VentureBeat— Security firms are coming to rely on more AI, but we don't know how things will escalate once the perpetrators of cyberattacks start using machine learning.
VentureBeat—AI Weekly: Why a slow movement for machine learning could be a good thing. Members of the AI research community suggest a 'slow movement' -- and perhaps a moratorium on papers -- to combat the pervasive push for results.
TechSpot—Arm brings AI and machine learning to IoT and the edge. In addition, it has a small but growing market in data center and other network infrastructure equipment and is the long-time leader in intelligent devices of various types—from toys to cars and nearly everything in between; essentially the “things” part of IoT (Internet of Things).
TechCrunch—Fiddler Labs, SRI and Berkeley experts open up the black box of machine learning at TC Sessions: Robotics+AI – TechCrunch. As AI permeates the home, work, and public life, it’s increasingly important to be able to understand why and how it makes its decisions. Explainable AI isn’t just a matter of hitting a switch, though; Experts from UC Berkeley, SRI, and Fiddler Labs will discuss how we should go about it on stage at TC [