Non-profit AI research organization OpenAI caused quite a stir by showing off a new deep learning approach that creates some fairly convincing english-language paragraphs, launching a new chapter in the "deep fakes" saga. One has only to read a little more closely to see the cracks that betray the lack of logic and consistency.
The EU's new copyright laws will force all websites to check all posts to see if anything ever published might be a copyright violation. That will include photos, videos, words, tweets, memes, source code -- you name it.
Apple's retail store experience appeals to customers who have a place to go for support of their iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, or computer. Samsung is opening three new stores next week in an attempt to provide more for customers.
The Apple iPad is the default tablet of choice for most people, but if you are looking for one that runs Android then Samsung's are the best. The new Galaxy Tab S5e starts off at an affordable $400 with a launch in the next couple months.
Beyond the headlines of the new natural language query, Tableau is diving deeper into data management in this release, dancing in territory addressed by partners. And while we’re talking natural language query, what about voice?
Deep learning excels in areas where there's tons of data available. LandingAI's head of engineering, Gopi Prashanth, tells ZDNet the field must now tackle the problem of sparsity, instances where there are very few examples of a problem on which to train.