Day: January 14, 2024

Siemens and Microsoft partner to drive cross-industry AI adoption

Microsoft and Siemens have partnered to introduce Siemens Industrial Copilot, a generative AI-powered assistant designed to enhance human-machine collaboration and boost productivity in manufacturing and other industries.   The integration between Siemens Teamcenter software for product lifecycle management and Microsoft Teams will enable virtual collaboration of design engineers, frontline workers, and other teams across business […]

New material found by AI could reduce lithium use in batteries

A groundbreaking new substance with potential to reduce lithium use in batteries has been discovered through the collaboration of Microsoft and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), using artificial intelligence (AI) and high-performance computing (HPC) tools.   The material, named N2116, has the potential to reduce lithium use by up to 70% and has already […]

AI study suggests famous Raphael painting was not entirely his own work

In a breakthrough discovery, a new artificial intelligence analysis suggests that the face of Joseph in the renowned Raphael painting, *Madonna della Rosa*, housed in Madrid’s Museum del Prado, was likely not created by Raphael. The painting has been the subject of debate for centuries among art experts and enthusiasts, with some speculating on contributions […]

Survey: AI experts’ minds were blown by last year’s pace of AI development

AI development is accelerating at a rapid pace, according to a comprehensive survey of 2,778 AI researchers, with the forecasted arrival time for High-Level Machine Intelligence and Full Automation of Labor decreasing significantly between 2022 and 2023.   The survey revealed a significant divide in attitudes toward AI development, with a majority of respondents expressing […]

Ezra Makes Full-Body MRI Scans More Accessible for Earlier Cancer Detection

In a groundbreaking development, New York-based medical technology company Ezra has unveiled an AI-powered MRI scanner designed to enhance early detection and treatment of cancer. The scanner, offering full-body scans and employing artificial intelligence, promises faster and more accessible diagnosing and treatment. The article offers a first-hand account of a full-body scan experience, highlighting the […]

Scientists tame chaotic protein fueling 75% of cancers

The battle against cancer received a significant boost as UC Riverside researchers have made a groundbreaking discovery in taming the infamous MYC protein, known to exacerbate 75% of human cancer cases. At the heart of their discovery lies a peptide compound that effectively binds to and suppresses the activity of MYC, offering a glimmer of […]

OpenAI’s GPT Store Already Filling Up With “AI Girlfriends”

OpenAI recently introduced a GPT Store, a platform for users to share, discover, and sell custom chatbots. However, the store has been flooded with AI “girlfriend” bots, contradicting OpenAI’s user policy. These bots raise concerns about the societal implications of non-human romantic partners and the AI industry’s struggle with content moderation.

How enterprises are using gen AI to protect against ChatGPT leaks

The article discusses the growing influence of chat-based AI, specifically ChatGPT, in enterprise environments. It highlights the various benefits that employees are experiencing, such as increased productivity and reduced skill inequalities, while also underscoring the associated risks, particularly the inadvertent sharing of sensitive data. The piece emphasizes the urgency for IT and cybersecurity leaders to […]

AI Study Claims Human Fingerprints Aren’t Actually Unique

The research suggests that fingerprints may not be as unique as previously believed. By using an AI model trained on a database of 60,000 fingerprints, the researchers found that the AI was able to identify whether prints from different types of fingers came from the same person with 75 to 90 percent accuracy, using angles […]



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