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Latest AI publications


Advanced AI able to identify autism speech patterns

A team of researchers, led by academics at Northwestern University, has been able to uncover speech patterns linked to autism in both English and Cantonese. Thanks to machine learning innovations, it is hoped that this breakthrough will be one of many when it comes to improving the understanding of autism. There is also potential for… Read More


How AI and machine learning can embed recruitment bias

In many countries around the world, the employment market has shifted firmly to job seekers. With companies needing to fill an increasing number of vacancies, applicants with in-demand skill sets are in a uniquely strong position to negotiate. Yet, even in this buoyant job market, some applicants are facing unexpected barriers in getting the job… Read More


Snehal Bhatia of MongoDB on a new approach to unlocking data

Updating solutions from niche, legacy applications to more modern, cutting-edge applications help to improve employee satisfaction as well. Top talent will be more interested and engaged in a position where they have the opportunity to learn and experiment with new techniques, helping both with attracting new employees and retaining current ones.


How social media is adapting to new censorship 

The world’s largest social media platforms are bigger than ever. With Facebook having close to three billion monthly active users, it dominates the social media landscape, leaving Twitter, Instagram and TikTok following behind. But as these websites and apps continue to add more users, moderating content and ensuring that these platforms are safe for all becomes increasingly harder.


Which groups are rendered invisible in health data? 

The ongoing pandemic has turned healthcare data from a niche subject to one of national importance.