Intel and Partners Want to Solve Enterprise AI’s Interoperability Problem – PYMNTS.com

Few innovations throughout history have progressed as fast as generative artificial intelligence (AI) has. And with the news Tuesday (April 16) that Intel, working with several other industry partners, is collaborating on a Sandbox Project called the Open Platform for Enterprise AI (OPEA) that aims to accelerate secure, cost-effective GenAI deployments for businesses, putting AI […]

TSA chief sees potential for AI to reduce burdens on security screeners – Federal News Network

The Transportation Security Administration is experimenting with using artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms to detect explosives and other prohibited items as part of the luggage screening process. TSA Administrator David Pekoske said the technology, still in development, could take some burden off transportation security officers, especially during peak travel periods. “We’re going to see […]

Eighth Annual Hack@CEWIT Shines a Light on AI – SBU News – Stony Brook News

Each year, The Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology (CEWIT) hosts an annual on-campus hackathon, Hack@CEWIT, that brings students together with core industry partners, sponsors, and entrepreneurs to explore scenarios that will have a direct, real-world applications. The event also provides students an opportunity to work on real industry-relevant solutions and facilitate relationships […]

Northwestern Mutual Data Science Institute features AI discussion at annual symposium at UWM – University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

The Northwestern Mutual Data Science Institute, a partnership among the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Marquette University and Northwestern Mutual, is hosting its second annual, free-to-the-public symposium on April 24 at the UWM Student Union. The daylong event will address the evolving landscape of artificial intelligence and how AI will bridge innovation and impact. Attendees will learn […]

NYC high schooler creates astonishingly accurate AI algorithm for 911 callers to get help they actually need – New York Post

A Manhattan high schooler has designed an AI algorithm to help 911 callers get the aid they actually need — which would, in turn, cut down on response times and eventually save cities millions, he told The Post. Pierce Wright — a soft-spoken 17-year-old junior at The Browning School in Manhattan — said his intricate […]

Teen Emotions Deciphered by AI and Head-cam – Neuroscience News

Summary: Researchers developed a method using wearable headcams and AI to analyze teenagers’ facial expressions, revealing subtle emotional nuances. This technology has shown potential in identifying emotions such as worry and happiness, even when they are masked. The findings suggest that this approach could significantly enhance understanding and communication between teens and their parents, potentially […]

Manhattan high schooler creates astoundingly accurate AI algorithm that predicts resources needed for 911 calls – New York Post

A Manhattan high schooler has designed an AI algorithm to help 911 callers get the aid they actually need — which would, in turn, cut down on response times and eventually save cities millions, he told The Post. Pierce Wright — a soft-spoken 17-year-old junior at The Browning School in Manhattan — said his intricate […]