Facing criticism over workplace safety, the company is using cameras, sensors, and augmented reality to warn employees when they're too close to one another.
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Amazon is deploying AI known as "distance assistants," which will warn the company's warehouse workers if they get too close to their co-workers as the company continues its battle against the Chinese virus.
Microsoft announced new initiatives around digital skills, including cash grants, opening access to data, and a new learning tool inside Microsoft Teams.
Slack launched a new feature called Slack Connect that allows a company to create a shared channel with up to 20 other organizations.
Would you trust an artificial intelligence algorithm that works eerily well, making accurate decisions 99.9% of the time, but is a mysterious black box? Every system fails every now and then, and when it does, we want explanations, especially when human lives are at stake. And a system that can’t be explained can’t be trusted. That is one of the problems the AI community faces as their creations become smarter and more capable of tackling complicated and critical tasks. In the past few...
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As real-world AI deployments increase, IBM says the contributions can help ensure they're fair, secure and trustworthy.
It's too early to say whether Google's cloud solution or Microsoft's edge solution is the superior approach to noise cancellation.
Some Chrome and Firefox users are unhappy that Microsoft's new browser appears to help itself to their current default browser data.
In a recent paper, analysts at the Montreal AI Ethics Institute examine key challenges faced by the AI community -- and propose solutions.