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    1. Man arrested because of a Facebook mistranslation

      Man arrested because of a Facebook mistranslation

      Google asks users to tweak translations There is one letter’s difference between the Arabic phrase for "good morning to you all" and the Hebrew for "attack them", the report says. Facebook had automatically translated the post from Arabic, and no Arabic-speaking officer read it before making the arrest. The post also contained a picture of the man holding a cigarette standing next to a JCB.

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      Mentions: Google
    2. Microsoft’s Seeing AI app helps the blind 'see' everything around them

      Microsoft’s Seeing AI app helps the blind 'see' everything around them

      by Thomas McMullan Microsoft has released an AI-powered app that can speak about what it sees in front of it. Microsoft has released an app for iPhone, designed to translate the visual world into an audible experience for those with vision impairments. Making use of artificial intelligence for image recognition, and natural language processing, Seeing AI uses the smartphone’s camera to capture what’s happening around the user, then relay this through speech.

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    3. Google funds Press Association project for news stories written by robots

      Google funds Press Association project for news stories written by robots

      The architects teaching AI to print cities Working with Urbs Media, a team of five reporters will find stories in open data sources such as government departments and NHS trusts. These journalists will create story templates on subjects ranging from health to crime, and the AI will then automatically generate many versions of the story using natural language processing tools. The scheme is due to launch early in 2018. PA isn’t the first news agency to experiment with AI and automation.

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      Mentions: Reuters Google BBC
    4. Mark Zuckerberg’s Jarvis AI is voiced by Morgan Freeman, and it fires t-shirts out of a cannon

      Mark Zuckerberg’s Jarvis AI is voiced by Morgan Freeman, and it fires t-shirts out of a cannon

      AI fighter defeats human pilot in combat simulation Both videos are big on goofy comedy and light on details. It’s hard to tell what Jarvis is actually capable of doing and what is mocked together for the clips, not to mention how much Freeman was paid for the gig, but they work as tasters for Jarvis as a wider home AI.

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