Every minute, over 400 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube. What role can AI and Machine Learning have in monitoring content to ensure it is safe and suitable for the platform and viewers?
Waze is already very advanced in several areas, including the accuracy of its recommended route choices, the flexibility it provides by rerouting seamlessly in seconds, and its established user community with incentives for crowd sourced contributions. But what about user safety (using the app while driving) and the unethical user behavior (avoiding speed traps, police cars to be able to drive faster) promoted by the app?
In a small county in northern England, a police constabulary is taking the first faltering steps to outsourcing their recidivism decisions to a machine. Can machines do it better than humans, and who decides if they should be allowed?
Law enforcement agencies are using machine learning tools to analyze, track, and attempt to predict crime.
When machine components deteriorate beyond repair, they are replaced. Can 3D bioprinting enable the human body to be maintained like a machine?
Is toll collection the only thing EZ Pass transponders are being used for? Surprisingly, the answer is no, and if that sounds unsettling, it should.
While other academic institutions like Yale and Stanford have begun divesting in fossil fuels in the face of increased pressures, Harvard has increased its investments. Is that the right decision?