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Is Natural Language Processing ready to take on legal hearings?

Every year, California holds thousands of parole hearings for eligible prisoners. In each of those hearings, a 150-page transcript is produced for the government and public to review. Most likely, that transcript will never be read. AI can help read tens of thousands of case records within minutes, but there are some key challenges.

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Are medical AI devices evaluated appropriately?

A new study finds limitations in the FDA’s approval process.

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Artist’s intent: AI recognizes emotions in visual art

A team of AI researchers has trained its algorithms to see the emotional intent behind great works of art, possibly leading to computers that see much deeper than current technologies.

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The 2021 AI Index: Major growth despite the pandemic

This year’s report shows a maturing industry, significant private investment and rising competition between China and the U.S.

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Whose history? AI uncovers who gets attention in high school textbooks

Natural language processing reveals huge differences in how Texas history textbooks treat men, women and people of color.

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When algorithmic fairness fixes fail: The case for keeping humans in the loop

Attempts to fix clinical prediction algorithms to make them fair also make them less accurate.

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When algorithms compete, who wins?

Over time, prediction algorithms become specialized for an increasingly narrow slice of the population, and the average quality of their predictions declines.

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