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    1. Chinese AI robot takes on humans in reality TV show

      Chinese AI robot takes on humans in reality TV show

      Share Tweet Email PHOTO: BAIDU A robot is invading a popular reality TV show in China that tests people’s brainpower. The smart, AI-powered bot, Xiaodu, will take on human competitors in complex trials involving face and voice recognition. Super Brain, the Chinese version of The Brain franchise, will dedicate the whole of season four, starting tonight, to the theme of supercomputers versus humans.

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    2. AI isn’t happening in the future, it’s happening now

      Share Tweet Email The humanoid robot AILA (artificial intelligence lightweight android) operates a switchboard during a demonstration by the German research center for artificial intelligence at the CeBit computer fair in Hanover, March, 5, 2013. PHOTO: REUTERS I’ve been in the tech industry for eight years and have been lucky enough to play around with some cool technology like infrared touch screens, virtual reality, 3D motion capture, facial recognition and hologram displays.

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    3. Facebook will automatically translate posts into different languages

      Facebook will automatically translate posts into different languages

      Share Tweet Email The loading screen of the Facebook application on a mobile phone is seen in this photo illustration. PHOTO: REUTERS. SAN FRANCISCO: 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.

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    4. Empowering businesses: IBM partners with ITU on data science

      Empowering businesses: IBM partners with ITU on data science

      Share Tweet Email IBM to provide ITU access to software, curriculum and its systems. PHOTO: ONLINE LAHORE: “IBM and the Information Technology University (ITU) are collaborating to bring data science education to Pakistan. For the purpose, IBM will be providing access to software, curriculum and their systems,” ITU Assistant Professor Faisal Kamran said on Sunday. Speaking to The Express Tribune , he said data science was paving the way for empowering businesses to make smarter decisions.

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