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Interview with Robert Viola of DG Connect on Future of AI...

By Roberto V. Zicari, editor ODBMS.org I recently interviewed Roberto Viola, Director General of DG CONNECT (Directorate General of Communication Networks, Content and Technology) at the European Commission. We talked about...

Major Opportunities and Challenges for AI in Healthcare

Scientists consider that AI will revolutionize our world exactly the way electricity did a century ago. The integration of AI technology in Medical and...

Unboxing Google’s 7 New Principles of Artificial Intelligence

By Ivan Rodriguez, founder, Geek on Record, and a software engineering manager at Microsoft How many times have you heard that Artificial Intelligence (AI) is...

To Share or Not to Share: That is the Big Data...

Between the disclosures this year about Facebook's lax data sharing policies and the European Union's GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), a lot of people...

Deep Learning: It’s Time for AI to Get Philosophical

By Catherine Stinson, postdoctoral scholar at the Rotman Institute of Philosophy, University of Western Ontario, and former machine-learning researcher I wrote my first lines of...

Consumers Welcome AI, Despite Lingering Privacy Concerns

From tutors and travel agents to financial advisers and office assistants, the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) brings the added concern that machines will...

None of your data is private, Evernote reminds us

In case you needed another reminder that there's no such thing as true privacy online ... here it is: Note-taking app Evernote said this week...