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Facebook Making Its Own Deepfakes To Tackle Widespread of Misinformation

As the next US Presidential Elections are approaching, Facebook fears AI-generated “deepfake” videos could be the greatest source of spreading misinformation causing severe damage. To solve this issue, the company is generating its own deepfakes to train the detection tools.

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AI Missiles will be developed by the US Army to locate their own Targets

Artificial intelligence may before long be choosing who lives or passes on. The U.S. Army wants to come up with an intelligent, cannon discharged missiles that will utilize AI to choose their objectives, far from human oversight. The project has

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The Development of Autonomous Vehicles in Florida

The U.S. population growth hit an 80-year low of 0.6% year-over-year in 2018. The deceleration in growth– an officially commonplace phenomenon in some of the world’s most economically propelled nations, is generally inferable from a declining birthrate. Abating population growth

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Top Robotics Salaries in India and US

The field of robotics is an interdisciplinary branch of engineering and science that combines mechanical engineering, electronics engineering, information engineering, computer science, and others. It deals with the design, manufacture, operation, and use of robots, along with computer systems for

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The Role of America’s Government in Robotics

Robotics is driving the world forward in ways which beforehand was unexpected. In the previous decade, progresses in robotic devices have empowered less intrusive surgeries, exploration robots have improved human presence in planetary frameworks, robotic vehicles have autonomously traveled so

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Stanford University Receives Bank Account Subpoenas in Court as Part of Tax Fraud Lawsuit

In ongoing litigation battle in SF Court between MedWhat and the University, Stanford University and its venture capital firm “Stanford-StartX Fund Limited Liability Company” have received subpoenas for their bank accounts related to investments made by Stanford-StartX Fund LLC from

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Canada Government to Fuel Big Data Analytics on Space Debris, Backs a Proposed New Satellite System

The contracting arm of the Canadian government is sponsoring a proposed new satellite system to provide commercially available data about the Earth and its orbit amid mounting concerns about the risks posed by space debris, by utilizing big data analytics.

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Artificial Intelligence Seems to Be a Wise Producer in Hollywood

The movie business across all the countries is one culture that unites a lot of audiences and sums up the hefty investments and returns. To bet a lot of money on any movie demands a sense of prediction and foresight

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Stanford University Endowment Deputy steps down shortly after Tax Fraud lawsuit is filed in San Francisco Court

After Silicon Valley artificial intelligence startup MedWhat and its CEO Arturo Devesa filed a lawsuit on May 1st for Tax Fraud, Securities Fraud, and IP Misappropriation against Stanford University and its endowment Stanford Management Company, the university has announced its deputy

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Arturo Devesa files lawsuit against his investor Stanford University for tax fraud and IP Theft

Stanford University and all of its Board of Trustees were sued in San Francisco on May 1st, 2019 for Tax Fraud. Medical artificial intelligence technology company MedWhat filed lawsuit claiming it was used and manipulated by a different entity advertised

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