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Debiasing of AI for Self-Driving Cars

By Dr. Lance B. Eliot, the AI Trends Insider Some people seem to think that computers are great because they are objective, they are unbiased,...

AI Deep Learning Backdoor Security Holes in Self-Driving Cars: Detection and...

By Dr. Lance B. Eliot, the AI Trends Insider Have you played the Lotto lately? If so, there might be a winner that cashes out...

“Mini-AI” required for telcos to push AI to the edge

The critical architecture decision that every mobile network operator (MNO) needs to make in the next few months or years is how to balance...

Bandwagon Effect for Self-Driving Cars; Have you Hopped on Yet?

By Dr. Lance B. Eliot, the AI Trends Insider Have you hopped onto the bandwagon for self-driving cars? If not, maybe you ought to think...

Assessing Federal Regulations for Self-Driving Cars: House Bill Passed

By Dr. Lance B. Eliot, the AI Trends Insider There is an ongoing debate about the role of government regulations regarding self-driving cars. At...

IBM and MIT commit to 10-year, $240M AI research partnership

IBM and MIT have come together to sign a 10-year, $240 million partnership agreement that establishes the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab at the prestigious Cambridge, MA academic institution. The lab...

Self-Driving Cars Learning from Self-Driving Cars

By Dr. Lance B. Eliot, the AI Insider for AI Trends When my daughter started to drive, I did my fatherly duty and sat...

British AI Firm Focusing on Consciousness Publishes Full Frameworks

London-based AI startup REZIINE has published the entire explanation and framework design for the creation of consciousness in machines. "Consciousness Illuminated and the Reckoning of...

Street Scene Free-Space Detection for Self-Driving Cars: The Road Ahead

By Dr. Lance B. Eliot, the AI Trends Insider. Where is the road? I was driving up in the mountains and gradually making my way to...

Predictive Scenario Modeling for Self-Driving Cars: Seeing the Future

By Dr. Lance B. Eliot, the AI Trends Insider I see the future. Do you see the future? Humans seem to have a relatively unique cognitively ability...