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    1. IBM reveals its five predictions for life in 2022

      IBM reveals its five predictions for life in 2022

      Entire medical labs built on a computer chip, humans with superhero vision and smart sensors that can detect pollution at the speed of light are just a few predictions IBM has made about life in 2022.

      The New York firm has released its '5 in 5 list', revealing new innovations that could change the way we work live and interact with each other over the next five years.

      Humans should expect to see advancements in artificial intelligence, smart sensors, telescopes, sensors and medical devices.

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    2. Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg will 'visit and meet people in every US state'

      Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg will 'visit and meet people in every US state'

      In previous years, he has run 365 miles, built a simple home AI, read 25 books and learnt Mandarin. Now Mark Zuckerberg has revealed his 2017 challenge. He plans to visit and chat with people in every US at what he claims is a 'turning point in history.' Scroll down for video Mark Zuckerberg has revealed his 2017 challenge. He plans to visit and chat with people in every US at what he claims is a 'turning point in history.'

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    3. Mark Zuckerberg reveals his home AI: Jarvis can recognize friends, control lights, doors, windows and music - and even use a T-shirt cannon to fire him a new shirt

      Mark Zuckerberg reveals his home AI: Jarvis can recognize friends, control lights, doors, windows and music - and even use a T-shirt cannon to fire him a new shirt

      Earlier this year, Mark Zuckerberg revealed he was dedicating his year to making a home AI butler based on Tony Stark's Jarvis in the Iron Man films. Now, he has revealed it - and not only can it control his home, but can also chat with his daughter Max, and even fire him a trademark grey t-shirt. 'My personal challenge for 2016 was to build a simple AI to run my home -- like Jarvis in Iron Man,' said Zuckerberg.

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    4. Google says its artificial intelligence has taught itself to 'translate between languages that it doesn't even know'

      Google says its artificial intelligence has taught itself to 'translate between languages that it doesn't even know'

      Google has built an algorithm that enables it to translate between languages that it doesn't know. The so-called 'zero-shot translation' technology is a self-taught method of translating whereby Google Brain – the research collaboration that specializes in 'deep learning' projects – uses artificial intelligence to translate between languages that it doesn't know.

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    5. Study exposes inaccurate stereotypes about the words men and women use

      Study exposes inaccurate stereotypes about the words men and women use

      e-mail View comments When you post a tweet or write a status on Facebook, your choice of words sends and impression to others on all aspects of your life. But often these impressions can be wrong - especially when it comes to gender. For example, if you tweet about technology, people will assume you are a man, but if you use the words 'love' or 'fashion' people will think you are female.

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    6. Google set to open popup Pixel showroom in New York

      Google set to open popup Pixel showroom in New York

      e-mail View comments Google is to open a pop up showroom in Manhattan's trendy Soho as it bids to take on apple with its new range of Pixel phones. The firm confirmed the Spring Street location, close to Apple's own Soho store, will open to the public on the 20th October to show off the firm's newly announced range of products, which include phones and its smart speaker Google Home.

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    7. From 99% accurate mammograms, to whip-smart financial forecasting and CCTV: Artificial intelligence is not the future, it’s happening Right Now!

      From 99% accurate mammograms, to whip-smart financial forecasting and CCTV: Artificial intelligence is not the future, it’s happening Right Now!

      e-mail 35 shares View comments Yul Brynner as Gunslinger in the Michael Crichton's 1973 movie Westworld ‘Artificial intelligence? Pah!’ we hear you cry. ‘That’s all just a bit like Marty McFly's hoverboard, isn't it? Science fiction. It’ll never happen.’ Well... we hate to burst your bubble of absolute unshakable certainty, but artificial intelligence is here. Already. Right now. And you’re probably using it every... single... day. In fact, you may even be using it right now.

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    8. From 99% accurate mammograms, to whip-smart financial forecasting...

      From 99% accurate mammograms, to whip-smart financial forecasting...

      comments Yul Brynner as Gunslinger in the Michael Crichton's 1973 movie Westworld ‘Artificial intelligence? Pah!’ we hear you cry. ‘That’s all just a bit like Marty McFly's hoverboard, isn't it? Science fiction. It’ll never happen.’ Well... we hate to burst your bubble of absolute unshakable certainty, but artificial intelligence is here. Already. Right now. And you’re probably using it every... single... day. In fact, you may even be using it right now. This very second. On your phone.

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    9. Google Translate just got better: AI-powered software is now almost as good at translating Chinese as humans

      Google Translate just got better: AI-powered software is now almost as good at translating Chinese as humans

      e-mail View comments If you have ever tried to decipher a foreign document using Google Translate, you might be aware of that unique feeling of part-frustration, part-amusement that comes when there is clearly something wrong with the result. Although they are only ever small, mistranslations do creep in, altering the overall effectiveness of the translation tool. But Google is now hoping to fix this problem, using artificial intelligence.

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    10. Researchers say software can spot untruths 70% of the time

      Researchers say software can spot untruths 70% of the time

      Share this article Share They also minimize self-deprecation but include more flattery and pattern the linguistic style of the recipient across e-mail exchanges, because they want to make themselves appear more accommodating and likeable. And they tend to write in the same structure as the person they are communicating with. The team found their technology to be 70 percent correct when spotting a liar – compared to the 54 percent that humans are right.

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    11. Facebook will automatically translate posts into different languages

      Facebook will automatically translate posts into different languages

      By Afp Published: 21:32 GMT, 1 July 2016 | Updated: 21:32 GMT, 1 July 2016 Facebook on Friday began testing a translation tool that will automatically let posts be displayed in languages users prefer. The leading social network first made the "multilingual composer" tool available earlier this year for use on pages representing companies, brands, groups and celebrities through its Pages service. Now it will be available to general users.

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