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The Limits of AI: What It Can and Cannot Do for Recruiting (Today)

AI is making big strides into recruiting technology, with startups and established vendors investing heavily in products for a range of uses including interview scheduling, sourcing, and assessments. While it’s certain that AI will disrupt
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This bitcoin explainer created by AI is hilariously insane

Look, understanding cryptocurrency can be confusing. We here at Mashable are dedicated to helping our readers understand the complexities of this new form of currency and how it affects our day-to-day lives. But even we are having our collective
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Watch out Google Duplex: Microsoft just demoed its own AI having a full-on phone call

Google Duplex isn't the only big dog in AI Town.  The artificial intelligence-powered assistant that can, in certain circumstances, have a real back and forth conversation with a human, has found a bit of competition in Microsoft's XiaoIce (
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How AI Is Making Prediction Cheaper

Avi Goldfarb, a professor at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, explains the economics of machine learning, a branch of artificial intelligence that makes predictions. He says as prediction gets cheaper and better,
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We're almost positive this is the restaurant Google Duplex called for a dinner reservation

Google Duplex likes noodles. And, apparently, not telling servers that it's an artificial intelligence. Or anyway that's what we learned when we spoke with the staff of the restaurant that is almost certainly the one the AI recently called for a
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Can AI make house hunting easier? Zillow is going for it.

Artificial intelligence is getting smarter, and with those smarts comes application. It's now used in some surprising areas, from arcade games to law contracts to therapy to pornography. Real estate is the next area AI is conquering, and first up on
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Robert Downey Jr. is hosting a YouTube show about artificial intelligence because he is truly Iron Man

In a move straight out of Tony Stark's playbook, Robert Downey Jr. will executive produce and host a new YouTube Red exclusive series about artificial intelligence. The yet-untitled series will feature experts in A.I. and related fields and is set
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How CEOs and People Leaders Need to Embrace 3 Levels of the AI Stack

We’ve all heard doom and gloom reports of the coming AI revolution. Some forecasters predict a very grim future indeed: robots take over and humans find themselves unceremoniously kicked to the curb, suddenly unable to provide for themselves
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How banks and finance firms are using AI to better engage with and understand you

Against a global backdrop of emerging technologies and ever-changing relationships between businesses and consumers, one thing is clear: leaders in the finance and banking industries will increasingly look to artificial intelligence to understand

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