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Artifical Intelligence


President Trump has signed an executive order calling on the federal government to prioritize artificial intelligence research and development.

The “American AI Initiative” also calls for technical standards to promote safe use of the technology and workforce training.

However, the executive order didn’t commit any funding or dollar amounts to this work.

Coming up, artificial intelligence in the United States, Germany regulates Facebook, and more.

Tech Tuesday: Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality

Oct 9, 2018
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Artificial Intelligence, or Al, is changing the way we think about news and technology. A newly developed software using audio clips to create fake video renderings was debuted last year.

Then, earlier this year, comedian Jordan Peele teamed up with BuzzFeed to create a video, using this AI program, of President Barack Obama making some implausible comments.

The video highlights concerns concerned the capabilities of AI, and what this could mean for the recurring topic of “fake news.”

Today on All Sides Tech Tuesday, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and more.


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