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Google tunes search for prescience and pictures

Google unveiled changes Sept 24 aimed at making the leading search engine more visual and intuitive to the point that it can answer questions before being asked.

Facebook not protecting content moderators from mental trauma: lawsuit

A former Facebook Inc contract employee filed a lawsuit in California, alleging that content moderators who face mental trauma after reviewing distressing images on the platform are not being properly protected by the social networking company.

"Facebook is ignoring its duty to provide a safe workplace and instead creating a revolving door of contractors who are irreparably traumatized by what they witnessed on the job," Nelson said in a statement. — Reuters

China's doctor shortage prompts rush for AI health care

Chinese companies have been learning from other countries to develop and implement AI-assisted care such as medical imaging diagnosis, robot surgical systems, and drug research and development.

Chinese companies have been learning from other countries to develop and implement AI-assisted care such as medical imaging diagnosis, robot surgical systems, and drug research and development. — AFP Relaxnews

Sultan Nazrin: Don’t neglect human elements in healthcare

KUALA LUMPUR: The human elements of healthcare should not be neglected despite the need to invest in artificial intelligence (AI) in devices and in other cutting-edge technologies that are transforming the medical sector, says Sultan Nazrin Shah.

Google says partnering with China on talent ecosystem is key

Themed as “AI For Everyone”, the Shanghai forum touched on Google’s artificial intelligence research and applications in areas such as health care, astronomy and arts.

When it came to Google’s current development plans in China, Yagnik was more circumspect, saying there were no 'specific' further plans at this point.  — SCMP

Google looking to future after 20 years of search

Google celebrated its 20th birthday Sept 24, marking two decades in which it has grown from simply a better way to explore the Internet to a search engine so woven into daily life its name has become a verb.

Google’s rise put it in the crosshairs of regulators, especially in Europe, due to concerns it may be abusing its domination of online search and advertising as well as smartphone operating software. — AFP

The artist as an algorithm: robot-made Rembrandt for sale

Robots can do many of the jobs previously performed by humans, but could they ever replace artists?

The signature of the team of French entrepreneurs called Obvious is seen on the artwork "La Comtesse de Belamy" (2018), created by the Generative Adversarial Network (GAN), an algorithm that learns to generate new images by being fed a database of existing paintings. — Reuters

Microsoft, Amazon, Google join fight to prevent famine

Tech giants Microsoft, Amazon and Google are joining forces with international organisations to help identify and head off famines in developing nations using data analysis and artificial intelligence, a new initiative unveiled Sept 23.

Google could pay dearly for catering to China: opinion

Eight years after it exited China over censorship and espionage concerns, Alphabet Inc’s Google appears ready to compromise with the Chinese government in order to return.

In 2010, when Google left China, the environment for Internet companies was difficult. Since then, it’s only become tougher. — Reuters

Key companies to attend White House quantum computing meeting

The White House will hold a meeting on Sept 24 on US government efforts to boost quantum information science, with administration officials, leading companies including Alphabet Inc, IBM Corp, JPMorgan Chase & Co and academic experts taking part.

The meeting is aimed at bringing key stakeholders together and “really develop a plan” to help make quantum computing a reality and look for input on what additional steps the government can take, Taylor said. — Reuters

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