Researchers are teaching computers to see optical illusions. The reason? To create smarter, more brain-like vision recognition algorithms for everything from robots to autonomous cars.
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Researchers from Finland have analyzed various anti-hate speech systems, including tools built by Google’s Counter Abuse team. Their findings show just how easily these systems can be tricked.
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Moore's Law is one of the reasons computers have seen so much improvement over the past few decades. But when it comes to an end does that mean the end of better machines? Not quite.
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Researchers from MIT CSAIL have 3D printed a turtle that can fool image recognition algorithms into thinking it's a rifle. Here's why that's terrifying for future security systems.
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