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To win the battle of artificial intelligence, multiply the legal geeks! by http://bit.ly/2EjUEuH

“Understanding the legal discipline often seems abrupt for the uninitiated. Through my columns, I try to democratise the digital law, a subject that is not sufficiently taught and that is an inaccessible subject of research in my opinion.”

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AI developed a whole new sport by https://engt.co/2VKUMtJ

“Many existing sports have their roots in hundreds (if not thousands) of years of human tradition. But what if you asked computers to create a sport? You now know how that can turn out. The design agency AKQA has introduced Speedgate, reportedly the first sport envisioned by an AI.”

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The biggest barrier to AI? It may be the AI companies themselves by http://bit.ly/2Ui2b75

“It seems the answer to every problem these days is artificial intelligence. Want to reduce traffic congestion? You need AI. Cut down on fake news? AI. Understand your business better? AI. Create next-generation sliced bread? AI.”

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Pandora to start testing A.I.-powered interactive voice ads by https://ift.tt/2YJuN7F

“Talking to ads may not seem like the ideal way to spend your time when you’re trying to relax to some tunes, but Pandora may soon have you doing just that. The music streaming service is planning to test interactive ads that are designed to encourage responses from listeners.”

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‘Godfathers of AI’ honored with Turing Award, the Nobel Prize of computing by https://ift.tt/2FGpLBL

“The 2018 Turing Award, known as the “Nobel Prize of computing,” has been given to a trio of researchers who laid the foundations for the current boom in artificial intelligence.”

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With facial recognition, shoplifting may get you banned in places you’ve never been by https://ift.tt/2Jrkm58

“At my bodega down the block, photos of shoplifters sometimes litter the windows, a warning to would-be thieves that they’re being watched. Those unofficial wanted posters come and go, as incidents fade from the owner’s memory.”

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A surprising number of people trust AI to make better policy decisions than politicians by https://ift.tt/2FmDz3X

“The Center for the Governance of Change at Spain’s IE University polled 2,500 adults in the UK, Spain, Germany, France, Ireland, Italy, and the Netherlands in January.”

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