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"Woebot: AI for mental health." "While a software chatbot will never replace a human therapist, Woebot makes it possible to inexpensively deliver counseling to millions. Woebot delivers a mood management program based on Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT). A Stanford University randomized controlled trial showed that Woebot reduced symptoms of depression and anxiety in 2 weeks."

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The Movidius USB Neural Compute Stick can now run TensorFlow code.

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) computer scientist and DARPA Make-It program researcher Regina Barzilay received a 2017 MacArthur Fellowship for her work teaching computers to think like chemists!

Barzilay's algorithms could enable non-experts to synthesize chemicals on demand. Her work with DARPA applies machine learning to the problem of chemical retrosynthesis. She designs computer algorithms that apply machine learning to millions of experimental results to understand chemical reactivity. Then, given a molecular structure of interest, the machine can provide detailed chemical reactions that will synthesize the target. These tools can be used to help chemists make new pharmaceuticals, or even create a robot that automatically produces any chemical on-demand.

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DelivAir drones locate customers by their phone and delivers the package right into their hand.

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After years of breathless promotion and buildup from Megabots Inc. and their Japanese counterpart, Suidobashi, the two companies (that are trying very hard to make giant robot fights a thing) have finally created enough massive battle bots to put on the United States vs. Japan contest they’ve been promising.

In a recently released YouTube video, a series of massive bots face off with one another with massive metal fists, pincer claws, a giant chainsaw, paintball cannons, and even a drone, in a warehouse stadium full of crushed cars and metal barrels. Each of the robots stands around 16 feet tall, and is controlled by two pilots nestled inside like fighter pilots. In many ways, it’s the giant fighting robot future that generations of sci-fi fans have been hoping for.

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#DeepMind’s Go-Playing #AI Doesn’t Need Human Help to Beat Us Anymore

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Would You Like Some AI With That?

+martin shervington is back with a post that sheds light on AI, machine learning and marketing that's truly worth reading. Plus, yours truly makes a cameo appearance at the end. ;)

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Neural networks have become proficient in many areas from image and voice recognition, to the understanding of natural language. Over the past years their accuracy has improved to a level almost comparable to humans. Back in 2014, Ian Goodfellow first introduced Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) which are able to build on their training in an unsupervised manner, analysing past mistakes or short fallings and building on them to improve the results.
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