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2 Oct
Artificial intelligence is already good at facial recognition. Just take one look at your smartphone and it unlocks. But can it read our feelings? A research team tested various AI programs.
18 Aug
A London-based startup wants to help you step into the metaverse with your 'real' face instead of the cartoon-like avatars of today's metaverse and video games.
26 Mar
Kenyan lawyer Harman Grewal developed a little legal helper: an artificially intelligent lawyer called Nadia to help Kenyans access free legal advice.
11 Oct 2021
US cyber defense capabilities are at "kindergarten level" in some government departments, the Pentagon's former chief software officer told a British newspaper.
6 Sep 2021
Inspired by Beethoven's unfinished 10th symphony, a computer has generated 'BeethovANN Symphony 10.1', imagining how the mysterious piece might have sounded, with ANN referring to the artificial neural network that created it.
24 Aug 2021
Millions break up the isolation of urban life with virtual chatbots created by XiaoIce, an artificial intelligence system designed to create emotional bonds with its users.
25 Jul 2021
The transformative AlphaFold neural network has predicted the structures of more than 350,000 proteins from various organisms. This could "fundamentally change biological research."
15 May 2021
From Guatemala to Iceland and Reunion Island, several volcanoes erupted last month, prompting us to ask what kind of technology is now helping scientists monitor and predict their activity. From satellites to drones but also artificial intelligence, volcanologists have a variety of high-tech tools at their disposal.
19 Dec 2020
Fundamental human rights could be at risk if AI technologies are used without due caution, the EU's rights agency says. It said AI can lead to discriminatory biases and perversions of justice if safeguards are lacking.
22 Oct 2020
As France prepares to hold a ceremony honouring slain history teacher Samuel Paty, papers focus on the struggle teachers face in addressing Islamist extremism. We also look at Canada's "lobster war" between commercial and indigenous fishermen, plus reports that artificial intelligence is being used to create fake nude photos of thousands of everyday women. And in a rare show of US bipartisan camaraderie, rival candidates running for governor of Utah release a joint campaign ad calling for "civility".
8 Oct 2020
Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Friday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Friday.⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣
21 May 2020
Tech giant, Apple is believed to be working on an Augmented Reality glasses set for some time. The AR or Augmented Reality glass is simply called "Apple Glasses’ which will run on 5G.

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