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🤖 DeepMind's map of human proteins | Olympic surfing and ML | Phishing emails written by AI

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Artificial Intelligence Monthly

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This month: DeepMind’s transformative map of human proteins, how Olympic surfing is riding the machine learning wave, AI tools that write better phishing emails than humans, and much more.
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DeepMind creates ‘transformative’ map of human proteins drawn by artificial intelligence | The Verge
The Pentagon Is Bolstering Its AI Systems—by Hacking Itself | WIRED
Techstars Industries of the Future: Investment Thesis 2022
How Olympic Surfing Is Trying to Ride the Machine Learning Wave | WSJ
AI still sucks at moderating hate speech | MIT Technology Review
Self-driving Waymo trucks to haul loads between Houston and Fort Worth | Ars Technica
AI Wrote Better Phishing Emails Than Humans in a Recent Test | WIRED
Twitter just led the first-ever "bug bounty" for AI bias | Emerging Tech Brew
Podcast: Autonomous, Electric Vehicles & Key Tech Affecting Mobility | Future of Mobility
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