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Britain makes Alan Turing, the father of AI, the face of its 50-pound note
The country only recently pardoned him for criminal charges of homosexuality, for which he was chemically castrated.
Spot faked photos using digital forensic techniques
You're not very good at recognizing faked photos, but these techniques can help.
Here Are The 2016 MacArthur Fellows in Science
Meet the inventor of the origami microscope and six others who are shaping science and medicine
IARPA Wants Human-Like Robot Brains
At least, brain-inspired computers
Rethinking The Turing Test
Oversimplified competitions encourage computer programs that are snarky rather than intelligent--but it doesn't have to be that way.
How It Works: A Flexible, Pneumatic Robot Snake
One ingredient: baby powder
New IBM Patent For Identifying You By The Way You Click Around On Websites
Noticing the little things—that's the way to win a person's heart, I always say.
An Essay-Writing Machine Made To Fool Other Machines
An inverse Turing test?
An Algorithm That Recognizes Faces Better Than People Can
I, for one, welcome… etc. etc.
Creating Real-Time, Continent-Wide Forecasts Of Bird Migrations
BirdCast would unite big data with ornithology.