AI In Everyday Life: Is It Ready for the Limelight? – CF048

This week on Cyber Frontiers Christian is joined by Jim to discuss common AI applications influencing everyday life. We take a look at the latest learning technology in discerning fake news, facial recognition at airports, and driverless cars in the Uber and Lyft fleets. We weigh in on what empirical methods are available for validating these use cases in AI, and the socioeconomic impacts that these technologies will create for the average guy in the next five to ten years.

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Tags: Podcast, Cyber Frontiers, Fake News, AI, Machine Learning, Facial Recognition, Uber, Lyft, Driverless Cars, Learning Algorithm, Google Authenticator, Apache Struts

Fake News

Companies Making It a Point to Discuss How They Rank News:

“The selection and placement of stories on this page were determined automatically by a computer program. The time or date displayed reflects when an article was added to or updated in Google News.”

A Learning Algorithm for Detecting Fake News:

An Impartial ML Based News Website


Facial Recognition Rolling out to Airports

They caught their first catch three days in…

Other AI in the common square:


Security Updates

  1. Google Authenticator: Update

One year anniversary of Experian hack and the Apache Struts bug:


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