I am regularly asked to summarize my many posts. I thought it would be a good idea to publish on this blog, every Monday, some of the most relevant articles that I have already shared with you on my social networks. Today I will share some of the most relevant articles about Artificial Intelligence and in what form you can find it in today’s life. I will also comment on the articles.
On Reuters.com: https://www.reuters.com/legal/legalindustry/art-artificial-intelligence-recent-copyright-law-development-2022-04-22/
The art of artificial intelligence: a recent copyright law development. Over the past several years, comedy writer Keaton Patti has popularized “bot scripts,” in which he parodically imagines how a computer might synthesize 1,000 or more hours of information and then create its own imitative work. My personal favorite was a holiday-themed romantic comedy script, in which a “business man,” whose “hands are briefcases,” courts a “single mother,” who “cannot date because of a snow curse.” This human-created work imitating artificial intelligence is almost certainly entitled to copyright registration. But what if someone actually created a bot to review 1,000 hours of romantic comedies and create a script amalgamating its learnings? Would that script be entitled to copyright registration? According to the U.S. Copyright Office’s Copyright Compendium, “the Office will refuse to register a claim if it determines that a human being did not create the work,” so the answer is currently no.
On Pharmaceutical-technology.com: https://www.pharmaceutical-technology.com/features/artificial-intelligence-hiring-levels-in-the-pharmaceutical-industry-rose-in-march-2022/
Artificial intelligence hiring levels in the pharmaceutical industry rose in March 2022. The proportion of pharmaceutical companies hiring for artificial intelligence related positions rose in March 2022 compared with the equivalent month last year, with 42.6% of the companies included in our analysis recruiting for at least one such position. This latest figure was higher than the 39.7% of companies who were hiring for artificial intelligence related jobs a year ago and an increase compared to the figure of 40.4% in February 2022.
On MIT Technologyreview.com: https://www.technologyreview.com/2022/04/22/1051002/download-language-preserving-ai-hackers-breach-critical-infrastructure-power-grid-gas-pipeline/
The Download: Language-preserving AI, and hackers showed it’s frighteningly easy to breach critical infrastructure. These hackers showed just how easy it is to target critical infrastructure. Expert skills: Earlier this week, two Dutch researchers took home $90,000 as a reward for hacking the software that helps run the world’s critical infrastructure. Frightening ease: Daan Keuper and his colleague Thijs Alkemade are well practiced. Having hacked a car in 2018, they started infiltrating video conferencing software and coronavirus apps last year. Their latest challenge was their easiest yet. The targets were all industrial control systems that run critical facilities, including power grids, gas pipelines, and more. It’s the same software that can be found in the real world.
On Martech.org: https://martech.org/why-we-care-about-ai-in-marketing/
Why we care about AI in marketing. Learn what AI marketing is and why it’s important. To engage customers in a personal way, at a very large scale, AI or machine learning is essential. Chatbots and intelligent assistants are already leading client interactions, and AI-generated content is around the corner. AI also enables the analysis and interpretation of data at a speed and volume beyond human capabilities. Algorithms are continuing to improve as well, accelerating optimization in near real-time. As AI improves, use-cases are only going to increase. Artificial intelligence (AI) in marketing leverages machine learning to make automated decisions. With AI, brands can boost the ROI of marketing campaigns through predictive modeling, advanced segmentation, and personalization.
On thestar.com: https://www.thestar.com/business/mars/2022/04/22/tech-update-using-artificial-intelligence-to-solve-supply-chain-snarls-and-consolidation-in-canadian-crypto.html
Using artificial intelligence to solve supply chain snarls, and consolidation in Canadian crypto. As Russia’s Ukraine invasion fans the flames of global inflation that was already on the rise, the Bank of Canada is stepping in to try and put the brakes on surging prices here at home. The central bank hit Canadians this month with its first oversized interest rate hike in decades, a half a percentage point. The war is also driving up the prices of energy and other commodities, further disrupting global supply chains, with freighters full of commercial goods stuck at overwhelmed ports. Canada’s top artificial intelligence companies believe they can develop strategies and programs to get products to market faster and that makes the timing ripe for a new Canadian A.I. startup program. Federal artificial intelligence agency Scale AI has announced phase two of its supply chain venture accelerator. It will support the growth and commercialization of a dozen promising Canadian A.I. companies through the Supply AI program, delivered by the MaRS Discovery District. The 12 startups will work with experts to scale their companies, grow market share and increase their exposure to potential new investors.
On Valdosta.edu: https://www.valdosta.edu/about/news/releases/2022/04/vsu-highlights-future-of-earthquake-forecasting-with-geodynamic-ai-expert.php
VSU Highlights Future of Earthquake Forecasting with Geodynamic AI Expert. Clive Cook, chief executive officer of Precursor SPC, discusses earthquake forecasting technology at 12:30 p.m. Thursday, April 28, via Zoom. This event is presented free of charge by Valdosta State University’s College of Science and Mathematics and is open to both the academic community and the general public. Precursor SPC is the first geodynamic artificial intelligence-based forecasting company providing commercial earthquake forecasting as well as space weather nowcasting services. Cook has more than 25 years of success spanning enterprise information technology, artificial intelligence, telecommunications, data networking, and financial technology services. Cook’s presentation continues a conversation started in early March when Dr. Friedemann Freund, world-renowned scientist with the SETI Institute and the NASA Ames Research Center, shared how he became the first scientist to discover a connection between crystals under stress near faults in the Earth’s crust and the early signs of developing earthquakes.
On Analyticsinsight.net: https://www.analyticsinsight.net/how-to-generate-smart-games-using-machine-learning/
How to generate smart games using Machine Learning? A machine learning algorithm’s ability to model complex systems is one of its strengths. From farming to the diagnosis of cancer in healthcare, machine learning is transforming practically every industry. It has quickly revolutionized the way traditional businesses work and accelerated their growth. In order to make video games more entertaining, the gaming industry has recently used machine learning algorithms. High-speed game creation employs machine learning. It’s a useful tool for game designers who want to build more realistic settings, intriguing challenges, and original content. Unfortunately, the application of machine learning in game production is still in its infancy and has not garnered the same level of attention. In this post, we discuss how to generate smart games using machine learning.