17 Burst results for "AAI"

"aai" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

CBC Radio - Spark

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"aai" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

"Utah already brought up the aspect of machine learning that we're going to talk about today data. It's what fuels machine learning. The traditionally computing relied on humans, writing rules that computer would then have to follow in machine learning the computer looks at data and creates patterns to help it understand the world. It predicts how things will act in the future and then makes decisions based on those predictions. And the data is the information that the machines us to learn and to to grow their knowledge. But in raw form, the big data sets used to train AAI are bound to contain information that is relevant or that's confusing. So it needs to be refined to be cleaned. One of the things we want to do when we create data sets for machine learning engines is we want to increase the signal and decrease the noise meaning that we want to emphasize the dominant patterns or the the patterns that are going to use to allow the the machines to make useful decisions. But in the pros. Of doing that. We clean out what we call the outliers or the edged data because that makes it more difficult to draw conclusions. The problem is that outlier data isn't actually a relevant. It can represent the experience of real world people. How does that process of cleaning the data and up excluding those who are outside the norm, like people with disabilities? Well, people with disabilities are different and they're usually different from the average. And so they tend to lie at that jagged edge of outlying data. If you take any population and you plot their needs or their characteristics on a three dimensional scatter plot, it looks like an exploding star where you have a bunch of dots in the middle. And then as you get further from the middle, they spread out a lot. So what happens when a big data system or data cleaning engine or a norm engine cleans the day. Data or norms the data. Those individuals are actually taken out of the data set. So we eliminate the noise we limit the outliers. So somebody's experience who's hazardous ability or is otherwise different from the norm is treated as noise. Exactly, right. So what would be some real world affects only this cleaned data? Oh, there's quite a few effects. I don't think we've seem to realize how many places we Hughes machine decisions in say, there's a large firm and they get a thousand applicants for a desirable job. What they'll do is they'll use a machine decision system to filter out those CV's or the resumes that are there to determine what are say, the ten or eleven people they're going to interview. Well, if you are unusual, if you have an unusual resume, which most people with disabilities or people who are in the minority are likely to have, then you're never going to make that list of ten. Are there any examples based on personal experiences of people that you know who have disabilities who encountered issues? Yes, actually encounter them quite a bit, but one example that quite scared me. I had the opportunity to work with a number of automated vehicle projects, so I could play with some automated vehicle simulations that simulate what a car will do give an particular decision. And I brought to this scenario, an example, which is a friend of mine who actually propels his wheelchair by going backwards he has through palsy is his legs. A quite strong is not very controlled, but he can move very, very quickly backwards. And so I ran that scenario and low and behold the car chose not to stop because it is Sumed he was going forward. And so he ran the car simulated car over him. The interesting thing for me has been that a machine learning. And making these phenomena manifest in machines has started to get us to think about how we do research in general and how we address people who are outliers are different. And one of the things that we do is we assign particular characteristics or assumptions to particular group of individuals. And in fact, the greater confidence is about our knowledge of that category. The more difficult it is if you don't, in fact fit the category or if you don't follow those those assumptions or presumptions that people have about you, which you know the promise of this approach to machine learning and the promise of big data.

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"aai" Discussed on Packet Pushers - Datanauts

Packet Pushers - Datanauts

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"aai" Discussed on Packet Pushers - Datanauts

"Storage i think three part because it's kind of the flagship product so obviously very different products very different histories how does info site kind of handle the differences because imagining either does or does not support them in the same way or different analytics divide that up mentally for me as to as how it addresses those two different platforms for and that's just sort of hit the nail on the head there the three part is extremely strong from an os perspective in logging and rich data intelligence and we've had the capability for a long time to help customers reactively analyze what's happening in these logs so the three par has rich telemetry baked into the os the difference now is we can take the intelligence on three par which largely went on used previously until an event happened and we can now take that in line and we ingest that into our cloud and we run the inflight machine learning adults against that censor data to actually drive results in stream so we really try trying we are actively transferring that conversation from reactive into proactive as we see things happening and we've seen them happen before we can actively introduce a positive or a more optimism result right another thing you mentioned here machine learning and artificial intelligence and we've heard so much of that from the industry lately everybody's jumping on particularly the alabama wag unless the so much but okay we've washed all the marketing which has been washed with ai so explain to me and info site why that is real the jet claim that using machine learning and artificial intelligence in your annex right and so this is the key piece because aai machine learning this isn't an application it is like to call it knowledge so this is not something that you can simply write some code for an off you go it really comes from perpetual and repeated analysis of similar data sets so we look at the same day.

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"aai" Discussed on Fuel Hotel Marketing Podcast

Fuel Hotel Marketing Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"aai" Discussed on Fuel Hotel Marketing Podcast

"That result does not belong in that first possession so you need to you've lease hopefully give the customer what they want as soon as a visit your website it's it's crazy how much data that already looking at and this is can open up a whole bunch more data for them to see how people start day quirion than it refines into new queries to actually get to what they want so they're gonna stein tissa painting what you're really asking they're going to be better understanding what you're trying to us than you are articulating which is scary but colin same time allow that feed into the whole voice search anyway you a lot of time you'll just ask a very broad question and expect goo goo siri or her you elect said to answer it and then ninety percent a don't understand it you have to re rephrase it like seven times before you actually get response you yeah i'm ready for these smart devices to get smarter because of time they don't give me what i want yet i'm ready for our a overlords takeover make my life without a bring it on you interested in is google is completely separated their robotics division from the aai division purposefully because they're really concerned about the two of those things merging together in as turning into terminate as long as they don't work with boston dynamic ever i'm okay with that through thirty on alex robots are the asked if you've not seen them go to invest type in boston dynamics and law watched the videos because there's little dog things that had opened the door and let other dogs through yeah and they look so much like the wall the ones from black mirror that it's really really scary if you haven't seen glamour there's an episode with killer robot dogs and they look dislike these these things in real life and then the other robot that looks like a human that can do backflips why it's insane is really really cool in pick up staff and walk through the snow some either way data from a hotel perspective optimized from a google search perspective but also make sure you always have mp.

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"aai" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

CBC Radio - Spark

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"aai" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

"The day replicas just something that talk in it's a big difference from you know huddled song believe can free short space will though it's different from sharing a space was someone yevgenia believes users can still have similar feelings as when chatting with a real person the idea is that within a friend users can trust people may be more open with our thoughts and feelings feelings that might not be shared in person to person communication other than the benefits of emotional venting what other use could all that user data have while the knowsley wonder fine real data on people feared gigantic official thing you know on our social meaning long long law test application for long as the stowaways shameful slay a lot of first off nephew a the rule of law were four loss world actually open for us will open up little just say who will tormo on on malval over feel about fossil so rob of boss wanongo reliable ways to actually hunk one maybe astronauts boycotting actually work in future loss while the data can be used to create some sort of an avatar false and maybe a really big avatar far from sabang in the future what you have any of these describing is the potential a uh has to collect data now the can leave behind a more cohesive digital footprint for future generations but what does the future of replica look like so her including fodder belong um if you can do a lot of really interesting news feels that we are going to be released in sweden can share a lot of wagner for solving they gave this book is not just a map it's it's your friends and you can acts of full fledged media can yeah thanks so much for telling us about it thank you so much you have guinnea kharita is the cofounder and ceo of luca the aai company behind the grief bought roman and the ai friend replica.

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"aai" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"aai" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The parkland florida shooting so you know it's infiltrating so many different sectors of the market just got about thirty seconds left here i mean so a iot some level needs to be regulated well i'm not sure that were thing the aai is is uh part of the problem uh with russia i think what we're seeing is a you know artificial intelligence and machine learning is helping the economy in a in a number of ways but whether artificial intelligence is something that should be regulated because of what russia is doing why don't think that we would agree with that uh you know i think that that their their questions about it we're happy to engage in a topic that specifically on artificial intelligence so that we can try to help people understand what the technology is doing well craig thank you seventy pecent easily dressing has some of the day's news because it certainly was relevant and nah i know you've got some issues at not issues but somebody to say to when it comes to a on the labour market will get you back craig albright of the software alliance right here on bloomberg your your best resource on asia because we have so many resources have our own don't room for all of these it this going to be a lot of will now be oda governor already kakoty used to love surprises bloomberg daybreak asia sunday night at six eastern on bloomberg radio this is a bloomberg market minute stocks did some intrasession direction shifting and ended the friday session little changed ahead of the long weekend the dow jones industrials rose nineteen points or a tenth of a percent five 25000 to nineteen the nasdaq fell seventeen points or a quarter percent the smp 500 gained one point almost flat percentagewise bob manning at morgan stanley says the latest economic indicators were inflationary but investors are better able to take such data in stride and a housing starts up nine point seven percent and export prices advanced eight pence were percent however we're beginning to see the sharp edges of that inflation trade where off a little bit another report showed americans are still upbeat about the economy the university of michigan reported consumer sentiment has picked up since the end of last month optimism about the impact of the tax overhaul offset concerns caused by the stock market correction jeff belanger bloomberg radio this is you one eighty over one zero seven and i had a stroke 145 over ninety two art attack when fifty over ninety and i.

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"aai" Discussed on Go Time

Go Time

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"aai" Discussed on Go Time

"But he advocates eventually we won't me jobs anymore somebody's going to right right the aai system that rights code or us and they're going to be very rich so you're fussing is actually good from not just a um stability standpoint but also from a security standpoint is generally if you can make a program crash beacon can't you can take control of it i mean even at the least you can cause of denial of service on on it let's less of an issue with go obviously because of the memory safety uh but definitely if you're reading servers in in like sears habilis plus van fbi crash generally means also exploitable uh one of the things you can do with go fis is turn it not into so much again looking for crashes but to compare to implementation so i have a slow implementation and a fast implementation and i will use no coverage guided advising to make sure that i explore all the corners of the slow implementation and the fast implementation and then i will compare the output and if if the open in the same then i will crash and so van gogh fis finds crashes which means i have found a case where the fast implementation this loan limitation like generate different applets that's cool lots of lots of use for phasing outside of just pure you know sort of like it would give traditional vulnerabilities there were guy found it it was called f t f y research should vance's an automatic bug repair and on to deepwater carnegie mellon and i will link to that.

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"aai" Discussed on Go Time

Go Time

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"aai" Discussed on Go Time

"But he advocates eventually we won't me jobs anymore somebody's going to right right the aai system that rights code or us and they're going to be very rich so you're fussing is actually good from not just a um stability standpoint but also from a security standpoint is generally if you can make a program crash beacon can't you can take control of it i mean even at the least you can cause of denial of service on on it let's less of an issue with go obviously because of the memory safety uh but definitely if you're reading servers in in like sears habilis plus van fbi crash generally means also exploitable uh one of the things you can do with go fis is turn it not into so much again looking for crashes but to compare to implementation so i have a slow implementation and a fast implementation and i will use no coverage guided advising to make sure that i explore all the corners of the slow implementation and the fast implementation and then i will compare the output and if if the open in the same then i will crash and so van gogh fis finds crashes which means i have found a case where the fast implementation this loan limitation like generate different applets that's cool lots of lots of use for phasing outside of just pure you know sort of like it would give traditional vulnerabilities there were guy found it it was called f t f y research should vance's an automatic bug repair and on to deepwater carnegie mellon and i will link to that.

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"aai" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"aai" Discussed on KOMO

"With claims of returns greater than seventy seven that the returns seventy six percent greater than the market over long periods of time whatever that means using superstars strategies how did they do between two thousand three and two thousand fifteen the superstar strategy or superstar sock suit huq easy for me today the aai stocks stock superstars report known as as as our between january one two thousand three and december thirty one two thousand fifteen according to mark hulbert and their own numbers less than eight point two percent per year and by the way hobart categorizes as a small company approach which means that volatile in a little dangerous how did that compare then to what most people call the market what is the market and it's not the sp 500 but that's what people call the sp 500 market so low compared that first over that same period two thousand three two thousand fifteen the standard poors 500 return eight point seven seven percent per year on average the as as our returned 8 points less than eight point two percent on average is that beating the market no now i believe tom believes we believe that the market is bigger than just the sp 500 we believe it's global we believe it's large and small and value in growth and emerging markets and small companies and tiny companies and all those companies we believe it consists of about ten to thirteen thousand stocks and how did the market perform.

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"aai" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"aai" Discussed on KOIL

"Through the five zero allows zero hours okay the aai lullaby was created through deep learning which they say is based on layers of artificial intelligence was trained on a traditional folk music because they say folk music a lullaby sherlock of the same elements and a lot of people report falling asleep because the lullabies mimic the melody's made up of descending patterns of notes and so uh michael you have both correct i do you have which can can we hear the human lullaby first that's the with the gizmodo east sleep so we're going for me right now which fatigue okay now let's listen i remember this is a computer created artificial intelligence lullaby it was done by massive computers she'd muse mm which one do you like better these are pretty close to a arm has i'd have to go to the second one the second one is a little slower acer now here's your here's your takehome message yes uh we're gonna make michaels going to email you to file the fi we want you to try without always be sure that you're recording this because we need the video to so alaways is screaming okay ed she's not wanting to go to sleep and then you can play a lullaby he's a one night will strive the the human mind and the other night will try the artificial intelligence and see which would actually put to immediate that this week sure trust me there will not be a night were shoes onscreen arcade now in this story i thought this was interesting and then i total side note is that they pulled parents and what are the tunes that they sing for la la paz gay stay with me by sam speth let's go one case with slow okay i'm not sure about this when sweet child of mine by guns in wrote k y why why why how a but these are some ideas you might want to do with ele we know icing show tunes.

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"aai" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"aai" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That you won't be able to pay to have the best service and it it'll make it harder to compete i think the chairman is right that in you know in the past the internet did not suffer before these rules i think it's tough to make the case that before net neutrality rules were put in place that the internet suffered obviously at flourish i think the question is when you have it in the control of a few we'll things continue to be good just because and i think that's a really tough question the answer so i think a lot of people are like let's not take away these rules can congress do something they came and in fact a lot of people on both sides would like to see congress do it precisely so we don't have what we've had in the last couple of obama's president there's net neutrality rules trump come name those rules get repeal there may be pressure on both sides to say left let's not revisit this every presidential administration let's have a set of rules that we all can live with that are consistent and permanent and i think that might be a good outcome for everyone in a free chief technology correspondent with axioms who joined uh uh thanks so much for being with us and tomorrow morning on we can deduce from sunday a look at the increasing role of artificial intelligence and our daily lives not just alexa or sheree aai has made its way into healthcare education and the justice system to more on that tomorrow i shall condition sunday this weekend with linda wertheimer on a clear night in central idaho you can see the milky way that's because people there have made a net efforts to keep the night.

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"aai" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"aai" Discussed on The Vergecast

"I just wish they built a factory is well set huge booth her they could use a uh what are you something i think you're right i uh it just seems clear that in order to ship the aai stuff they want to ship after make some of their own stuff they can't wait around for samsung to get out of its own way with its own software right like they need to be in control of these are experience and pretty significant way how i think honestly it also seems clear that uh if things go south with samsung for one in one way or another they need to have the chops to spin up their own high hardware thing and actually sell stuff in volume if samsung says screw we're going ties and that's bad for android that's bad for gugel they need to they can't just on a dime start making samsung quality phones right auriol just hypothetically they've it's a hedge samsung's found started exploding or hypothetically ceo sampson was caught up in a scandal so enormous the entire government of south korea fell apart or who knows just things could happen in they will definitely have meaningful impact on sense now think sensing will never go actually here's a question samsung disappears tomorrow yeah like it the whole company implodes who is more hurt by that gugel or apple he had soft yeah now more fbi apple more hurt by the i because like the king component they they use they you samsung screens and samsung chips google can get by using other stuff yeah.

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"aai" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:26 min | 4 years ago

"aai" Discussed on KELO

"Phone number okay couple more items for in the news now we can dive into a little bit later this okay okay ready for this black lives matter their leader and by the way i did not know that their their leader was a is a well there's a pre one of the leaders is a transgender immigrant born and raised in canada that transgender emigrate borden raised in canada who's a black lives matter leader is married to a woman who is also the copilot cofounder of black lives matter so i i know that this gender thing was going on amongst the leadership of black lives matter but now they're out there saying that white privilege instead of saying white privilege which is something they have been coaching their people to say the new term is going to be white supremacy no longer white privilege it's going to be white supremacy so we'll talk about that coming up on the savage nation also also gay rights groups have come out against a controversial study that found at sexual orientation can be red for people's faces so this is a artificial intelligence study used a i in facial recognition algorithms they looked at thirty five thousand pictures of men and women are dating site who identified themselves as gay or straight the aai model correctly distinguish between gay and straight men 81 percent of the time and gay and straight women with seventy one percent accuracy and stuff it's so now you have groups like glad and human rights campaign denouncing the study is junk science and day right they're concerned that it could be used as a weapon against gay and lesbians so here here's the deal folks once facial expressions are are a representation of one's heart or attitude or demeanor are temperament or disposition so why this isn't the did i just think it is what it is in the computers are apparently picking it up brian susman filling in uh this the.

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"aai" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"aai" Discussed on WTMA

"A little bit later this is good okay ready for this black lives matter their leader and by the way i did not know that their their leader was a is a well there's a pre one of the leaders is a transgender immigrant born and raised in canada that transgender emigrate borden raised in canada who's a black lives matter leader is married to a woman who is also the fire cofounder of black lives matter so i i didn't know that this gender thing was gone on amongst the leadership of black lives matter but now they're out there saying that white privilege instead of saying white privilege which is something they have been coaching their people to say the new term is going to be white supremacy no longer white privilege it's going to be white supremacy so we'll talk about that coming up on the savage nation also also gay rights groups have come out against a controversial study that found sexual orientation can be red for people's faces so this is a artificial intelligence study used a and facial recognition algorithms they looked at 35000 pictures of men and women are dating site who identified themselves as gay or straight the aai model correctly distinguish between gay and straight men eighty one percent of the time and gay and straight women with seventy one percent accuracy and it's and so now you have groups like glad and the human rights campaign denouncing the study is junk science and day they're concerned that it could be used as a weapon against gay and lesbians what so here here's the deal folks once facial expressions are are a representation of one's heart or attitude or demeanor a temper met her disposition so why this isn't the dea side just think it is what it is in the computers are apparently picking it up brian susman filling in uh this the savage nation join.

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"aai" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:44 min | 4 years ago

"aai" Discussed on KKAT

"Is a sign that the parties moving away way too far it to me is just another sign that in the midterms and and the next general they don't get nothing to run up they're going to get their butts beat that's just my take maybe of a different one eight five five four hundred savage is the phone number okay couple more items for the news that we can dive into a little bit later this okay okay ready for this black lives matter their leader and by the way i did not know that their their leader was a is a well there's a pre one of the leaders is a transgender immigrant born and raised in canada that transgender immigrate borden raised in canada who's a black lives matter leader is married to a woman who is also the copilot cofounder of black lives matter so i i didn't know that this gender thing was going on amongst the leadership of black lives matter but now they're out there saying that white privilege instead of saying white privilege which is something they have been coaching their people to say the new term is going to be white supremacy no longer white privilege it's going to be white supremacy so we'll talk about that coming up on the savage nation also also gay rights groups have come out against a controversial study that found sexual orientation can be red for people's faces so this is a artificial intelligence study used a in facial recognition algorithms they looked at thirty five thousand pictures of men and women are dating site who identified themselves as gay or straight the aai model correctly distinguish between gay and straight men eighty one percent of the time had gay and straight women with seventy one percent accuracy it's so now you have groups like glad and the human rights campaign denouncing the study is junk science and day they're concerned that it could be used as a weapon against gay and lesbians so here here's the deal folks once facial expressions are are a representation of one's heart or attitude or demeanor a temper met her disposition so why this isn't the diss i just think it is what it is in the computers are apparently picking it up brian suspend filling in uh this the.

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"aai" Discussed on Tear Down Show

Tear Down Show

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"aai" Discussed on Tear Down Show

"I'm going to start a mexico story podcast just lake serializing that's episode you went zero listeners is i'm just zero is that episode of my life over many many days but let's move on because i have a really important story this nato's you have a big this this is i want to receive a big important story it's usually a quiz from buds food this isn't the quiz it is blessed feet buzzfeed is doing so cutting edge journalism and i've always wonder about this because i've i know i have eyes and have looked at butts before anna and i'll always look abuts but i've always wondered are there any to busted her the same and buzzfeed attack that that questionnaire with the story titled this but photo project aimed to show that no two behind zurli ana inspiration wing is that right it's a it's a postal but pictures yeah i notice i'm just scheme and in his just butts ed why you may stinkers like buts that are like there's no better way to fingerprints their external flakes is that what you say about your own blood it's a majestic snowflake nobody thinks that the snowflake i think we can move on from the story and talk about it on moscow always ruffles with few feathers if you will he's now he said in a tweet the aai is more dangerous than north korea what do you think the he launched right on that up.

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"aai" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"aai" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"She said you're musk uh you're reading a book on the ice we have to ask you eat rodney ealham musk express this again pat this past weekend the aai is any liens words in existential threat to humans like like it's like the guy seen all the terminator movies he knows agree or disagree rodney brooks says they're quite a few people out there who said that a is an existential threat stephen hawking astronomer royal a martin reese has written a book about it they all share common thread in that they don't work in a exactly for those who work in ai we know how hard it is to actually get anything to work by through the product level and i think people were on the ground with ai realized that it's it's it's primitive even things like a amazon's echo war siri he says the reason people including ealham make this mistake when you see somebody do something like play chester a go master and the we understand what's involved because we understand how humans think we understand the competence and the of the training and the and the brain's at a takes but when you see for instance deep mines alpha go beat the chinese go champion you're you're you think office machine is so smarter can do anything he said but i was with deepmine in london about three weeks ago name it had things could easily goverry wrong you can't do anything now it's really good and playing the play go it's a machine if you used any of the sort of bought seamer messenger bots yeah if he used any of those you know a ias sort of not syrup is so why's eleven right it's not it's not sophisticated so and then and then a she said we'll elands point is we need to regulate it before it gets martin right it's not smart yes i know it's not smart but it's gonna get smart we got a regulated now rodney brooks says so you're going to regulate now well and this is very i thought of you greg fair when i read this logical refutation he says amherst if you're gonna have a regulation now either it applies to something and changes something in the world that exists or.

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"aai" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"aai" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Two five fifty two fifty four his way to join us once again that toll tollfree number is one triple eight eight two five fifty two fifty four i'm sure you have at least a few questions that something digital we can lend a hand to and before we go back to all of your great phone calls this weekend's the more interesting items that rest by screen that i need to pass along to keep you up to date in this old tech race first of which are talking about how technology is meetings science fiction and stuff that we only use to see in the movies well it's now coming to pass the are now we have smart cameras and they're going to be bundled with the police body cameras and so when we have the smart cameras that can learn of phased in then scan hundreds of phase spaces around it we now have a real time facial recognition built in a police cams to catch criminals and they say in find missing people of motorola's actually behind it a partnered with artificial intelligence company norola to develop these smart cameras the aai driven cameras could soon help police find targets they say in suspicious or chaotic environments the cameras will actually use artificial intelligence to automatically scan hundreds of faces in a crowd notifying a third as when they come across unknown target and then the technologies capable of machine learning meaning the more faces that it encounters if faster khamzat detection and of course as this story was being discussed online everybody was like wow george orwell he was a pretty clever guy all right on facebook this past week they're always trained to fight well what fake news right an egg videos may say we have got it under control well maybe not necessarily in case you saw this video you should know it was a fake a facebook page called news feed looks legitimate they took a heavy manipulated weather jeff and they turn it into a video in and they added standard thundering storms looping sounds and they streamed it live for four hours and guess what people went absolutely crazy for at what one point more than ninety thousand people were sitting on facebook watching this video at the same time it got fourteen million views threeengine sixty thousand shares two hundred and fifty six thousand comments nine hundred thousand reactions a the.

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