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Facebook releases image-recognition AI work to the public

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Sep 01, 2016

Facebook is providing its image-recognition artificial intelligence research to the public with the hopes it will continue to expand on machine vision. "The more the community is using open source code, the faster it is improved and innovated on, which helps expand expertise and adds longevity to projects we feel are very important," Facebook AI Research's Piotr Dollar said. USA Today (08/25)


Congress works on cellphone tracking

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Sep 08, 2016

Silicon Valley grapples with ageism allegations

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Sep 15, 2016

Pentagon finds challenges with protecting weapons hardware

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Sep 22, 2016

Samsung struggles with voluntary Note7 recall

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Sep 15, 2016

Encryption may get "adult conversation" in 2017, FBI head says

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Sep 01, 2016

Gartner: Apps will fade as AI, bots take over

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Sep 29, 2016

Lawmaker warns FCC to fix SS7 holes that let hackers intercept calls, texts

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Sep 01, 2016

Transfer of internet supervision likely to go ahead

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Sep 22, 2016

Military's cyberwarfare unit to develop its own weapons

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Sep 08, 2016


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