In the February issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, read about how AI and neural implants are delivering an artificial nervous system, going from go to protein folding, air safety and GPS jamming, the cosmos, why AI might be biased, and more.

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How AI and Neural Implants Are Delivering an Artificial Nervous System

In 2015, a group of neuroscientists and engineers assembled to watch a man play the video game Guitar Hero. He held the simplified guitar interface gingerly, using the fingers of his right hand to press down on the

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Going from Go to Protein Folding

Any successful implementation of artificial intelligence (AI) hinges on asking the right questions in the right way. That's what the British AI company DeepMind (a subsidiary of Alphabet) accomplished when it...

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Air Safety and GPS Jamming

Early one morning last May, a commercial airliner was approaching El Paso International Airport, in West Texas, when a warning popped up in the cockpit: “GPS Position Lost.” The pilot contacted the airline's

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Are We Alone in the Cosmos?

In 1960, Astronomer Frank Drake turned the radio telescope at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Green Bank, W.Va., toward two nearby sunlike stars to search for transmissions from intelligent

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Why Your AI Might Be Biased

If you're on Facebook, click on “Why am I seeing this ad?” The answer will look something like “[Advertiser] wants to reach people who may be similar to their customers” or “[Advertiser] is trying to reach people ages 18

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