LWiAI Podcast #108 - Undiagnosable Cancers, Robot Sales, Decoding Brain Activity, AI Music
Using AI to identify undiagnosable cancers and decode speech from brain activity, Robots assess children’s mental wellbeing, France's $1.8B AI strategy, and more!
Our 108th episode with a summary and discussion of last week's big AI news!
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(03:50) Using machine learning to identify undiagnosable cancers
(08:30) North American companies send in the robots, even as productivity slumps
(14:30) French tax officials use AI to spot 20,000 undeclared pools
(15:12) AI illuminates permanently shadowed regions on the moon
(15:40) Artificial intelligence can be used to better monitor Maine's forests
(16:34) Panera Bread tests artificial intelligence technology in drive-thru lanes
(23:20) Robots can be used to assess children’s mental wellbeing, study suggests
(27:50) Canadian researchers using machine learning to mitigate effects of climate change
(29:25) Researchers Develop ‘TiCoder’ Framework For Code Generation Using User Feedback With 90.4% Consistency To User Intent
(31:12) Artificial Intelligence Improves Treatment in Women with Heart Attacks
(31:41) MIT Researchers use Machine Learning to Expedite Research on New Battery Materials
(32:48) Review finds ‘paucity of robust evidence’ on impact of AI clinical outcomes
(36:00) France puts healthcare at heart of $1.8B AI strategy
(39:00) Clearview: Glasses With Facial Recognition Are Here—And The Air Force Is Buying
(40:00) New York City AI Bias Law Charts New Territory for Employers
(40:37) U.S. officials order Nvidia to halt sales of top AI chips to China
(43:31) Everything Everything's AI-Derived 'Raw Data Feel' Tackles Mental Health, Conspiracy Theories
(50:17) A LinkedIn Marketing Agency Acquired an AI That Writes Mega-Cringe LinkedIn Posts
(53:24) An AI-Generated Artwork Won First Place at a State Fair Fine Arts Competition, and Artists Are Pissed