Tuesday, December 1, 2020

The Fast-Tracking Approach To AI Ethics Is Unwise For AI Autonomous Systems 

By Lance Eliot, the AI Trends Insider  The existing and ongoing pell-mell rush to get AI systems out-the-door is worrisome. There is a potential price...

Marine Battery Production Making Gains Through Automation

By AI Trends Staff In forward-thinking environmental legislation, the Norwegian Parliament in 2018 outlawed harmful emissions from ferries and cruisers operating in its fjords...

The Role of Mental Wayfinding For Robust AI Autonomy 

By Lance Eliot, the AI Trends Insider    Take a moment to silently identify where you are.    I don’t mean that you perhaps know that you are...

Spookier Or Safer: How AI Autonomous Cars Alter Halloween Trick-Or-Treat Activities 

By Lance Eliot, the AI Trends Insider  Halloween is just around the corner, waiting to surprise us. Though this year’s celebrations might be less extravagant,...

Making Use Of AI Ethics Tuning Knobs In AI Autonomous Cars 

By Lance Eliot, the AI Trends Insider   There is increasing awareness about the importance of AI Ethics, consisting of being mindful of the ethical ramifications...

Startup Focus: Sea Machines Winning Contracts for Autonomous Marine Systems

By AI Trends Staff The ability to add automation to an existing marine vessel to make it autonomous is here today and is being proven...

AI Autonomous Cars Might Have Just A Four-Year Endurance Lifecycle

By Lance Eliot, the AI Trends Insider   After AI autonomous self-driving cars have been abundantly fielded onto our roadways, one intriguing question that has so...

Gender Bias In the Driving Systems of AI Autonomous Cars 

By Lance Eliot, the AI Trends Insider    Here’s a topic that entails intense controversy, oftentimes sparking loud arguments and heated responses. Prepare yourself accordingly. Do you...

Sandbagging AI Might Feint Being Dimwitted, Including For Autonomous Cars 

By Lance Eliot, the AI Trends Insider   Could AI become smart enough to pretend to be dimwitted, doing so to lull hapless humans into complacency...

Underwater Autonomous Vehicles Helping Navy Get More for the Money 

By AI Trends Staff   As the US Navy strives to get to a 355-ship fleet by 2034, part of a 30-year plan the Navy outlined in 2019,...




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