The interactive tool uses AI to search transcripts and calculate the screen time of public figures on cable TV.
AUSTIN, Texas — We hear a lot about fake news, but do we know it when we see it? Research from The University of Texas at Austin has found that although
Google leverages the massive scale of Android to do phone-based earthquake tracking.
As the volume of available information expands, the fraction a person is able to absorb shrinks. To break this cycle, computer scientists say we need new algorithms that prioritize a broader view over fulfilling consumer biases.
Researchers created an algorithm that successfully predicted consumer purchases. The algorithm made use of data from the consumers’ daily activity on social media. Brands could use this to analyze potential customers. The researchers’ method combines powerful statistical modeling techniques with machine learning-based image recognition.
The company, owned by Google’s parent, introduced a free tool it calls Assembler to sort out real images from fake ones.
It’s not just a modern problem. Airborne toxins are so pernicious that they may have shaped our DNA over millions of years.