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The Scarlet Briefing

Every week, the team at Scarlet shares what we consider the most compelling news in A.I., digital assistants and technology that affects and helps the lives of humans. Here are this week’s picks.

  • A good case for us humans. Singularity probably won’t be in our lifetime. (The New York Times)
  • A computer chip designed to mimic the structure of the brain, hopes to one day predict seizures before they occur in epilepsy patients. (Popular Science)
  • A new dance production, Pattern Recognition, will have three stars on stage. Two dancers and a set of AI motion controlled lights. (BBC)
  • Natural language systems free up journalists from fact-based event reporting. (The Guardian)
  • Rembrandt is probably rolling over in his grave, as machine learning goes baroque, copying his style to create a “new” Rembrandt. (C-Net)
  • A 3D printed robot may soon be a fixture in every home, now that MIT researchers have overcome the hurdle of printing liquid and solids simultaneously. (MIT News)

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