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Artificial intelligence that can understand meaning of a baby's different cries
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Artificial intelligence that can understand meaning of a baby's different cries

The mian goal of this experiment is healthier babies and parents who are under less pressure.

Facebook is lifting the lid on the algorithm that decides which posts appear in its news feed
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Facebook is lifting the lid on the algorithm that decides which posts appear in its news feed

Facebook developed the new tool with research groups in New York, Denver, Paris and Berlin.

Tinder drops broad hints on what it takes to get more matches on the platform
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Tinder drops broad hints on what it takes to get more matches on the platform

Tinder takes into consideration that both parties swiped right to form a match.

Scientists develop algorithm to transmit heart parameters on low-bandwidth network
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Scientists develop algorithm to transmit heart parameters on low-bandwidth network

The new system can operate even at a bandwidth of 33.6 bits per second.

Algorithm-based automated solution can indentify fake news better than humans: Research
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Algorithm-based automated solution can indentify fake news better than humans: Research

Researchers believe that their linguistic analysis approach could also be used to identify fake news.

Researchers develop a machine learning algorithm to tell you how smart you are
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Researchers develop a machine learning algorithm to tell you how smart you are

The study showed that the new computing tool can predict a person's intelligence.

Researchers develop algorithm to detect disease-susceptible genes within minutes
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Researchers develop algorithm to detect disease-susceptible genes within minutes

This algorithm has also been considered as a new promising approach for the identification of candidate disease genes, as it works effectively.

Scientists throw a challenge for building a computer programme to solve the Queens Puzzle, winner to get a million dollars
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Scientists throw a challenge for building a computer programme to solve the Queens Puzzle, winner to get a million dollars

Devised in 1850, the Queens Puzzle originally challenged a player to place eight queens on a standard chessboard so that no two queens could attack each other.

New tech to diagnose abnormal chromosomes during IVF and prevent miscarriage
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New tech to diagnose abnormal chromosomes during IVF and prevent miscarriage

The new time-lapse technology monitors the health of the embryos by capturing digital images since the moment of creation until implanting it in the uterus.

Scientists have developed a smartphone app that helps people learn how to take a selfie
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Scientists have developed a smartphone app that helps people learn how to take a selfie

If you love taking selfies, but do not know how to take the best shot, there is help at hand.

MIT researchers develop universal algorithm to provide origami designs for any 3D shape
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MIT researchers develop universal algorithm to provide origami designs for any 3D shape

The algorithm will be implemented in an updated version of Origamizer, a free software for generating origami patterns.

Facebook is planning to crackdown on clickbait websites filled with annoying advertisements
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Facebook is planning to crackdown on clickbait websites filled with annoying advertisements

Facebook is planning to intensify its crackdown on so-called clickbait websites, saying it will begin giving lower prominence to links that lead to pages full of deceptive or annoying advertisements.

Researchers have developed an algorithm that can predict when a user leaves a mobile game
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Researchers have developed an algorithm that can predict when a user leaves a mobile game

Researchers have developed a new algorithm that predicts when a user will leave a mobile game. This information can become handy for the game studios so that they can design strategies to maintain the player's interest.

Donald Trump behaves as a 'bachelor' while operating his social media accounts
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Donald Trump behaves as a 'bachelor' while operating his social media accounts

The 45th US President Donald Trump may not love to tweet about this but scientists do have a surprising news for him: The 70-year-old Trump who is actually married appears single if his boisterous behavior on social media is taken into account.

Startup co EdGE Networks on how tech is revolutionising recruitment, talent search
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Startup co EdGE Networks on how tech is revolutionising recruitment, talent search

Artificial Intelligence is transforming the way we do business today and HR is no exception to this.

Yes, there is a fake news problem, but curbing it isn't as easy as censorship
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Yes, there is a fake news problem, but curbing it isn't as easy as censorship

We've all read about the fake news problem. Thanks to Donald Trump being elected as the next president of the United States, and supporters of Hillary Clinton accusing fake news for the surprise, there's now a larger interest in the fake news problem.

After Facebook, Google shows fake news in search results, admits it needs to improve
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After Facebook, Google shows fake news in search results, admits it needs to improve

Although Google rarely removes content from its search results, the company is taking steps to punish sites that manufacture falsehoods.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel asks Google and Facebook to release privately-developed algorithms
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel asks Google and Facebook to release privately-developed algorithms

Merkel, who had previously blamed the social media for anti-immigrant sentiment, said: "The algorithms must be made public, so that one can inform oneself as an interested citizen on questions like, 'what influences my behaviour on the internet and that of others?'

Researchers predict the outcomes of Human Rights trials using AI with 79 percent accuracy
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Researchers predict the outcomes of Human Rights trials using AI with 79 percent accuracy

Using Artificial intelligence (AI) or machine learning technology, a team of researchers has predicted outcomes in judicial decisions at the European Court of Human Rights (EctHR) with 79 per cent accuracy.

Tinder introduces 'Smart Photos' to maximize profile matches
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Tinder introduces 'Smart Photos' to maximize profile matches

Tinder has announced the introduction of 'Smart Photos,' a new algorithm based system to sort the photographs in your Tinder profile.