Adversarial training reduces safety of neural networks in robots: Research

There’s a growing interest in employing autonomous mobile robots in open work environments such as warehouses, especially with the constraints posed by the global pandemic. And thanks to advances in deep learning algorithms and sensor technology, industrial robots are becoming more versatile and less costly.

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Artificial Intelligence, Globalization, and Strategies for Economic Development

AI’s spread may harm developing countries, but multinational governance can mitigate losses Increased use of artificial intelligence (AI) and automation has the potential to increase inequality both within and across countries worries are intensified for developing economies and emerging markets because increasing automation threatens the manufacturing-dependent, export-led model of development that has been so successful for them. The authors argue that because…

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