Stanford researchers propose AI in-home system that can monitor for coronavirus symptoms
During the “COVID-19 and AI” livestream event run by the Stanford Institute of Human-Centered AI (HAI), Stanford professor and HAI codirector Dr. Fei-Fei Li presented a concept for an AI-powered in-home system that could track a resident’s health, including for signs of COVID-19, while ensuring privacy.
#Comment: A highly intrusive "AI" in your living room, constantly analysing your bio-signals and sending it to its shadowy corporate owners. What could possibility go wrong? But don't worry and smile - cause comments like this will soon be banned by A.I, so we can feel better:
Microsoft claims its AI framework spots fake news better than state-of-the-art baselines
In a study Microsoft propose an AI framework — Multiple sources of Weak Social Supervision (MWSS) — that leverages engagement and social media signals to detect fake news. They say that after training and testing the model on a real-world data set, it outperforms a number of state-of-the-art baselines for early fake news detection.