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Google Employees Quit in Protest Over Pentagon Drone AI Project

Some Google employees have resigned due to the company& 39;s controversial involvement in the US Defense Department& 39;s Project Maven. The program will see AI used to flag objects in drone footage.May 22, 2018Nearly a dozen Google employees have resigned according to Gizmodo due to the company& 39;s involvement in military pilot program Project Maven.
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Scientists Develop AI-Enabled Drones That Can Detect Violence in Crowds

New unmanned aerial vehicles that can use AI to spot violence in crowds will be the first-of-its-kind system capable of surveilling large areas.June 08, 2018A new study published this week, “Eye in the Sky: Real-Time Drone Surveillance System (DSS) for Violent Individuals Identification using ScatterNet Hybrid Deep Learning Network”, has revealed research conducted into unmanned aerial vehicles that can use artificial intelligence (AI) to spot violence in crowds.
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The World’s Largest 3D-Printed Steel Bridge Is Built by Robots in 6 Months

The long awaited first of its kind project celebrates another landmark as the bridge& 39;s robotically 3-D printed span is completed.April 05, 2018This week, the Alan Turing Institute-Lloyd’s Register Foundation program in data-centric engineering and Amsterdam-based startup MX3D revealed to the public the completed span of the world’s largest 3D printed metal structure, a 12 meter-long stainless steel bridge.
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Successful Cybersecurity Teams Are Inherently Antisocial, Army Study Finds

A new study reveals that face-to-face interactions deter the success of cybersecurity teams. High-performing teams rely on leadership and functional specialization.April 30, 2018In a study published in the latest issue of the Journal of Computers & Security, researchers found that the most efficient cybersecurity teams functioned antisocially with limited interactions amongst their teammates and leaders.
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Severe Burn Victims May Soon Be Able to Regrow Hair-Bearing Skin

By Jessica MileyJune 12, 2017The ability for humans to regrow burnt skin after serious burns has been one of the ultimate goals of research scientists for many years. We may be getting closer as USA-based biotech company Polarity TE, Inc announced they had & 34;regenerated full-thickness, organized skin and hair follicles in third- degree burn wounds& 34; in pigs.
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