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AI can help develop clean, boundless fusion energy artificially Intelligence | nuclear | Merger | AI | deep learning | neural network | Future | limitless

Artificial intelligence (AI) can help develop safe, clean and virtually unlimited fusion energy for generating electricity, scientists say. A team that includes researchers from Princeton University and Harvard University conducts deep learning to predict sudden disturbances, stop fusion reactions, and damage the donut-shaped tokamaks or apparatuses that harbor the reactions. Deep Learning is a powerful new version of AI's machine …

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US intelligence says Huawei is being funded by Chinese state security: report

(Reuters) – US intelligence agencies have accused Huawei Technologies of being funded by Chinese state security, the Times said Saturday, adding to the list of allegations by the Chinese technology company in the West. A Huawei logo will be displayed during the media day for the Shanghai Auto Show in Shanghai, China, April 16, 2019. REUTERS / Aly Song The …

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What do US intelligence agencies think about weapons testing in North Korea?

The initial US intelligence evaluation is that North Korea has tested components for an anti-tank weapon rather than a fully functional new weapon, the official told CNN on Thursday. The assessment is based on a review of information collected from satellites and aircraft that have not recorded any indication of the launch of any type of tactical short-range weapons or …

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The field of artificial intelligence is too white and too manly, researchers say

The artificial intelligence industry is facing a "diversity crisis," AI Now Institute researchers said in a report released today, raising key questions about the direction of this field. The report found that approximately 80 percent of AI professors are male, while only 15 percent of AI employees work for Facebook and 10 percent for Google women. Even people with color …

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Intelligence Director Randolph Alles, another high-ranking official of the DHS, who leaves at the overhaul of the Homeland Security Authority

Other senior officials from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) are leaving the Trump administration, two senior government officials said on Monday, adding to the leadership vacuum at DHS, while Washington continues to hear the news of DHS secretary Kirstjen Nielsen's resignation . US Intelligence chief Randolph "Tex" Everything was fired Monday. Lee Cissna, US Citizenship and Immigration Services Director, …

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Intelligence report appeared to endorse view leftwing protesters were 'terrorists' | World news

In Charlottesville, in which a neo-Nazi killed one protester by driving a car into a crowd, appeared to endorse a view that leftist demonstrators were " The report, Antifa / Anti-antifa: Violence on the Streets, which was produced by the Regional Organized Crime Information Center (ROCIC) in […] May 2017. It was obtained with a request from the not-for-profit transparency …

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The Turing Award goes to 3 Pioneers of Artificial Intelligence

From the left, computer scientists Yoshua Bengio, Geoffrey Hinton and Yann LeCun received the Turing Award 2018 for their work on neural networks. (Association for Computing Machinery) To learn who takes the Turing Award home, people may turn to their familiar talking bots like Siri or Alexa. Or some of the technologies that have brought the three winners to life. …

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Artificial Intelligence pioneers win the Nobel Prize in technology

This undated photo of Mila shows Yoshua Bengio, a professor at the University of Montreal, and scientific director at the Artificial Intelligence Institute in Quebec. Bengio was among a trio of computer scientists whose insights and perseverance won the Turing Award on Wednesday, March 26, 2019, an honor that has become known as the version of the Nobel Prize in …

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Three Pioneers in Artificial Intelligence Win Turing Award

SAN FRANCISCO – In 2004, Geoffrey Hinton doubled down on his pursuit of a technological idea called a neural network. It's a way to see the world around them, recognize sounds and even understand natural language. But scientists had spent more than 50 years working on the concept of neural networks, and could not really do any of that. Hinton, …

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