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Wrapping up CES 2020: Anxiety, cats and yet another streaming service, called Quibi

Instead of human employees trying to reroute planes or change schedules in bad weather, the system will suggest the best solutions based on years of data Delta has accumulated from past delays and disruptive events, like volcano eruptions.

The Lioness smart vibrator claims to track and quantify orgasms over time using AI, Oral-B says its new Internet-connected iO toothbrush uses AI to improve brushing, and makers of the YogiFi yoga mat say it uses AI as part of its tracking and training.

US begins AI software export restrictions amid tech war with China

The Trump administration took measures on Friday to crimp exports of artificial intelligence software as part of a bid to keep sensitive technologies out of the hands of rival powers like China.

The measure covers software that could be used by sensors, drones, and satellites to automate the process of identifying targets for both military and civilian ends, Lewis said, noting it was a boon for industry, which feared a much broader crackdown on exports of AI hardware and software.

The measure is the first to be finalized by the Commerce Department under a mandate from a 2018 law, which tasked the agency with writing rules to boost oversight of exports of sensitive technology to adversaries like China, for economic and security reasons.

U.S. government limits exports of artificial intelligence software

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Trump administration took measures on Friday to crimp exports of artificial intelligence software as part of a bid to keep sensitive technologies out of the hands of rival powers like China.

Under a new rule which goes into effect on Monday, companies that export certain types of geospatial imagery software from the United States must apply for a license to send it overseas except when it is being shipped to Canada.

The rule will likely be welcomed by industry, Lewis said, because it had feared a much broader crackdown on exports of most artificial intelligence hardware and software The measure covers software that could be used by sensors, drones, and satellites to automate the process of identifying targets for both military and civilian ends, Lewis said, noting it was a boon for industry, which feared a much broader crackdown on exports of AI hardware and software.

Welcome to the roaring 2020s, the artificial intelligence decade

Subscribe here.  I’ve long believed the most profound technology innovations are ones we take for granted on a day-to-day basis until 'suddenly' they are part of our daily existence, such as computer-aided navigation or camera-endowed smartphones.

Perhaps that’s why I’m so fascinated by the intersection of artificial intelligence and sustainability: the applications being made possible by breakthroughs in machine learning, image recognition, analytics and sensors are profoundly practical.

In many instances, the combination of these technologies completely could transform familiar systems and approaches used by the environmental and sustainability communities, making them far smarter with far less human intervention.

Wildlife Insights is, quite simply, the largest database of public camera-trap images in the world — it includes 4.5 million photos that have been analyzed and mapped with AI for characteristics such as country, year, species and so forth.

And let’s be frank, the rapidity with which global temperatures are rising, and habitats and unique species are disappearing, demands that the sustainability community move much faster than it has to make decisions and take action.

As IBM’s vice president of AI research, Sriram Raghavan, puts it: 'New research from the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab shows that AI will increasingly help us with tasks such as scheduling, but will have a less direct impact on jobs that require skills such as design expertise and industrial strategy.

Projections by tech market research firm IDC suggest that spending on AI systems could reach $97.9 billion in 2023 — that’s 2.5 times the estimated $37.5 billion spent in 2019.

The Pentagon Wants AI-Driven Drone Swarms for Search and Rescue Ops

The Defense Department’s central artificial intelligence development effort wants to build an artificial intelligence-powered drone swarm capable of independently identifying and tracking targets, and maybe even saving lives.

The ideal result would be a contract with several vendors “that together could provide the capability to fly to a predetermined location/area, find people and manmade objects—through onboard edge processing—and cue analysts to look at detections sent via a datalink to a control station,” according to the RFI.

though, the system will not normally be streaming as the AI will be monitoring the imagery instead of a person.” The system has to have enough edge processing power to enable the AI to fly, detect and monitor without any human intervention, while also being able to stream live video to an operator and allow that human to take control of the drones, if needed.

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