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Scientists look to AI for help in peer review

Peer review is a cornerstone of the scientific publishing process but could artificial intelligence help with the process? Computer scientists from the University of Bristol have reviewed how state-of-the-art tools from machine learning and artificial intelligence are already helping to automate parts of the academic peer-review process.
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Chinese robot 'reporter' makes its publishing debut

Xiao Nan, a robot "reporter" made by a Chinese professor released its maiden work on a daily tabloid in the city of Guangzhou.
The 300-character story covering the Spring Festival travel rush was published in the Guangzhou-based Southern Metropolis Daily on Wednesday.

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AI that lip-reads 'better than humans'

Scientists at Oxford University have developed a machine that can lip-read better than humans.
The artificial intelligence system - LipNet - watches video of a person speaking and matches the text to the movement of their mouths with 93% accuracy, the researchers said.
 
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AI predicts outcomes of human rights trials

The judicial decisions of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) have been predicted to 79% accuracy using an artificial intelligence (AI) method developed by researchers at UCL, the University of Sheffield and the University of Pennsylvania.
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AI predicts outcome of human rights cases

An artificial intelligence system has correctly predicted the outcomes of hundreds of cases heard at the European Court of Human Rights, researchers have claimed.
The AI predicted the verdicts to an accuracy of 79%, according to the scientists involved.

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Artificial intelligence improves fine wine price prediction 

The price fluctuation of fine wines can now be predicted more accurately using a novel artificial intelligence approach developed by researchers at UCL. The method could be used to help fine wine investors make more informed decisions about their portfolios and encourage non-wine investors to start looking at wine in this manner and hence increase the net trade of wine. It is expected that similar techniques will be used in other alternative assets such as classic cars.
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AI program teaches itself to win computer games

Researchers working for Google in London say they have developed an artificial intelligence system that has taught itself how to win 1980s computer games.
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Rise of the Machines and Future of Human Civilization, Michio Kaku

A physicist's prediction on the possible transition of human civilization and threats to it.



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A senior astronomer has said that the hunt for alien life should take into account alien "sentient machines".
Seti, the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence, has until now sought radio signals from worlds like Earth.
But Seti astronomer Seth Shostak argues that the time between aliens developing radio technology and artificial intelligence (AI) would be short.
Writing in Acta Astronautica, he says that the odds favour detecting such alien AI rather than "biological" life.

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University of Cincinnati researchers Julia Taylor and Larry Mazlack recently unveiled a bot more accurately a software program that recognises jokes. They reported the development at the American Association for Artificial Intelligence conference in Vancouver, Canada. All bad jokes aside, their research represents a step forward in computers reaching the capability of a human mind.
Taylor, a doctoral student under UC Professor Mazlack, is studying data mining the science of deriving meaning from large amounts of data. Mazlack is the coordinator of the Applied Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and coordinator of the Data and Knowledge Management research group. Taylor specifically researches humour in robots.

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