AI powered robot camera mistakes linesman’s bald head for the ball

A robot camera, trained to keep the lens trained automatically on the football using AI at a game in Inverness, Scotland, kept on mistaking the ball for the bald head on the sidelines. The Caledonian Thistle FC doesn’t use a cameraman to film games and instead relies on an automated camera system to follow the action. Most of the smaller clubs use an automated camera; as crews and professional recording equipment can be very expensive.

Blockchain in Spain used to block corruption !

From smarter registration and tracking of transferred crypto-asset transactions to using an AI application (that researchers from the University of Valladolid have been focusing on) which generates early warning systems…

AI is entering nuclear reactors too

Soon, some North Carolina State University researchers will get busy developing control systems for nuclear power plants that lean heavily on  AI (Artificial Intelligence). Thanks to a $3.4 million grant…

Singapore govt establishes AI ethics council

The Singapore government is convening a council to advise it on the ethical use of artificial intelligence (AI) and data. Fairness, transparency and the ability to explain an AI (Artificial…

White House and AI: Good Cop-Bad Cop-No Cop?

At the AI summit where 34 tech giants came together, technology policy man for Trump, Michael Kratsios has been, reportedly, assuring technology giants like Google, Intel, Nvidia and Apple that…