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Artificial intelligence goes bilingual—without a dictionary

2017-11-28 www.sciencemag.org 1,472 AI ArtificialIntelligence

“Unsupervised” machine learning could help translate between uncommon languages
Missing data hinder replication of artificial intelligence studies

2018-02-15 www.sciencemag.org 694 artificialintelligence

Unpublished code and sensitive training conditions aggravate reproducibility crisis in computer science
This ‘mind-reading’ algorithm can decode the pictures in your head

2018-01-11 www.sciencemag.org 689

New computer program uses brain activity to draw images of airplanes, leopards, and stained-glass windows
AI researchers allege that machine learning is alchemy

2018-05-03 www.sciencemag.org 501 DeepLearning AI ArtificialIntelligence

Study cites ways to bolster scientific foundations of artificial intelligence
How researchers are teaching AI to learn like a child

2018-05-24 www.sciencemag.org 459 ML AI

Machine learning algorithms may need programmed instincts to gain common sense
AI researchers allege that machine learning is alchemy

2018-10-17 www.sciencemag.org 348 machinelearning

Study cites ways to bolster scientific foundations of artificial intelligence
Artificial intelligence turns brain activity into speech

2019-01-02 www.sciencemag.org 302 ArtificialIntelligence AI DeepLearning aiforgood healthcare

Fed data from invasive brain recordings, algorithms reconstruct heard and spoken sounds
Artificial intelligence can predict how you’ll look decades from now

2018-06-13 www.sciencemag.org 260 ArtificialIntelligence

Technology could help track down fugitives and missing persons
Artificial intelligence systems aim to sniff out signs of COVID-19 outbreaks

2020-05-12 www.sciencemag.org 183 COVID19

Sifting people’s digital tracks could flag hot spots, but won’t replace testing for virus
From models of galaxies to atoms, simple AI shortcuts speed up simulations by billions of times

2020-02-12 www.sciencemag.org 183 machinelearning ArtificialIntelligence NeuralNetworks

With little training, neural networks create accurate emulators for physics, astronomy, and earth science
Artificial intelligence is learning to read your mind—and display what it sees

2017-10-28 www.sciencemag.org 132 AI ArtificialIntelligence

A computer guesses what people are watching based on brain activity
How AI detectives are cracking open the black box of deep learning

2017-11-01 www.sciencemag.org 125 DeepLearning

As neural nets push into science, researchers probe back