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    1. AI Legal Eagle: Artificial Intelligence Chatbot To Provide Counselling In All 50 States

      DoNotPay, an artificial intelligence based chatbot, which provides free legal counsel using artificial intelligence, will be available in all 50 states starting Wednesday. The chatbot has been developed by Joshua Browder, a British entrepreneur who calls it the world’s first robot lawyer. The bot has helped defeat 375,000 parking tickets in a span of over two years in cities such as New York, Seattle, and London.

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    2. The Top 3 Tech Trends Of 2017

      The Top 3 Tech Trends Of 2017

      This article originally appeared on the Motley Fool. We're only halfway through 2017 and this year has already been a big one for emerging technologies. While there are lots of cool things happening in the tech industry, three specific trends are outpacing nearly everything else: self-driving cars, artificial intelligence (AI), and virtual and augmented reality (VR and AR).

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    3. How Future Robots In The Workplace Might Take Over Customer Service

      How Future Robots In The Workplace Might Take Over Customer Service

      This article originally appeared on the Motley Fool. There's been an artificial intelligence revolution (AI) going on all around us for the last several years. It may not seem obvious at first, but it you look closely, the signs are everywhere. Natural language understanding powers virtual assistants on cellphones. Natural language processing is providing foreign language translations on websites.

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    4. WannaCry Ransomware News: Linguistic Analysis Offers Insight About Attackers

      WannaCry Ransomware News: Linguistic Analysis Offers Insight About Attackers

      A linguistic analysis conducted on the ransom notes used by the WannaCry ransomware that infected hundreds of thousands of computers around the world earlier this month revealed the author of the attack is likely fluent in Chinese. Security research firm Flashpoint conducted its analysis by examining 28 ransom notes from the malicious software written in a number of languages. The researchers concluded the attacker is likely fluent in Chinese and speaks some English.

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    5. Silicon Valley Is Stealing Talent From The UK, London Investment Banker Says

      Silicon Valley Is Stealing Talent From The UK, London Investment Banker Says

      The U.K. is seen as a hotbed of technology talent which the giants of Silicon Valley are fighting to recruit. Areas where the U.K. is ranked highest include artificial intelligence and data science coming out of leading universities, and the financial technology community, engendered by the marriage of fintech startups and London's financial expertise.

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    6. Huawei Reportedly Working On Its Own Digital Assistant To Compete With Apple, Google Amazon

      Huawei Reportedly Working On Its Own Digital Assistant To Compete With Apple, Google Amazon

      Huawei, the third largest smartphone manufacturer in the world, is reportedly working on its own digital voice-activated assistant. The company's AI assistant will soon be competing with Apple’s Siri, Google Assistant and Amazon’s Alexa. Huawei has formed a team with over 100 engineers in Shenzhen, China which is currently in early stages of development for the new digital smart assistant, according to one of Bloomberg .

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      Mentions: Amazon China Apple
    7. Xerox Translation Service Scans Documents, Prints In Other Languages

      Xerox Translation Service Scans Documents, Prints In Other Languages

      Xerox unveiled a new printer service Thursday that can scan documents and automatically print them out in another language. Teaming up with Abbyy, a company that makes optical character recognition software, the “Xerox Easy Translator Service” can translate documents into over 30 languages, retaining the formatting and layout of the original document.

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    8. Mysterious Copiale Cipher Code Finally Cracked by Computer Scientists

      International Business TimesMysterious Copiale Cipher Code Finally Cracked by Computer ScientistsInternational Business TimesMy background is primarily in computational linguistics and machine translation." The team of experts in computational linguistics used statistics-based translation techniques, not unlike those behind the popular online tool Google Translate. ...and more »
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    9. 10 Wacky and Fun Questions to Apple’s Siri and its Weird Responses

      10 Wacky and Fun Questions to Apple’s Siri and its Weird Responses
      Siri, Apple’s new voice assistant software arrived with the enhanced iOS 5. The application makes use of natural language processing to answer questions, make recommendations and perform several actions by allotting requests to an expanding set of web services. Siri is capable of answering possibly any kind of weird questions put forward by the user. Here is a list of the 10 weirdest questions asked by the users to Siri and Siri’s even weirder answers. Question One for Siri: “Why did Apple make
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      Mentions: Apple
    10. Apple iOS 5 Will Sport Voice-Recognition Feature

      International Business TimesApple iOS 5 Will Sport Voice-Recognition FeatureInternational Business TimesSiri is the maker of an iPhone app which uses natural-language processing to answer questions and make recommendations. Thus it was expected that Apple's voice-to-text feature will emulate the app and will use location data, contact information and ...and more »
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    11. Harvard computer scientist wins Turing Award

      Harvard computer scientist wins Turing Award
      International Business TimesHarvard computer scientist wins Turing AwardInternational Business TimesValiant's work has been hailed for bringing about phenomenal advances in machine learning, artificial intelligence, and other areas of computing practice, such as natural language processing, handwriting recognition, and computer vision. ...and more »
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