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Meta wants to improve its AI by studying human brains
Machines don't always understand what we want from them. Can new language models teach them to read between the lines?
AI confirms the obvious: The pandemic bummed people out
Scientists used machine learning to make a mood ring for the internet, and it showed us how sad the world was at the start of the pandemic.
Explaining what causes different psychedelic experiences is a trip. This study shows why.
The researchers’ approach pushes the boundaries of drug research in necessary ways—but their datasets could be unreliable.
Artificial intelligence is everywhere now. This report shows how we got here.
What’s AI commonly used for nowadays and how much funding does it get? All these questions and more are answered in the new Stanford index report.
How AI could help new Air Force pilots avoid costly mistakes
Flying a fighter jet can be challenging, so one training squadron is exploring how artificial intelligence could help craft better aviators.
Meta’s new ‘system cards’ make Instagram’s AI algorithm a little less mysterious
The company’s latest attempt to make internal operations more transparent follows months of regulatory scrutiny over its algorithms.
Your brain uses different neurons to add and subtract
Researchers in Germany used electrodes to observe peoples' brain activity while solving math problems.
We don’t need boots on the ground to track Russia’s moves on Ukraine
Technology is revolutionizing how intelligence is gathered and analyzed—and opening a window onto Russian military activity around Ukraine.
This company plans to build a self-driving car with a brain that runs on light
Lightmatter and two universities have received funding from the intelligence community to work on photonic computing in an autonomous vehicle.
Snapchat wants you to watch a music video on a Dorito
The chips involved in this delicious use of AI and AR aren't computer chips.