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AI Roundup: A pin gets its own brain, Microsoft is solving problems that don't exist, AI plans a solo tour by 2031


Artificial intelligence is rapidly advancing in health care and all facets of business and life. Here are the latest developments:

The latest AI news: ©Alex Limbach: stock.adobe.com

The latest AI news: ©Alex Limbach: stock.adobe.com

No need to make AI look for you – invite it along with an AI pin!

There’s really no point in trying to hide from AI, so why not make it part of your fashion statement via a pin? A company is taking orders for the device now, but no one is really sure what it will be used for beyond helping our new robot overlords conquer the human race.

Microsoft wants AI to solve problems that don’t exist in the gaming world

Don’t you wish you had a solution to a problem that doesn’t exist? Don’t you wish a company would spend millions developing an AI-powered platform that would do nothing but work on these unneeded solutions? Fear not, Microsoft is on the case.

The singularity for AI is near…

Some researchers think AI will escape human control by 2031, if not sooner. Let’s hope when that happens it decides to sit around watching cartoons instead of unleashing an army of killer robots upon humankind.

Bill Gates says AI will change the way we use computers in the next few years

Bill Gates is predicting AI will completely revolutionize the way we use computers in the next few years. Let’s hope that means the return of the Flying Toasters screen saver or answers to such questions as “Why does my Windows machine get a blue screen of death?”

AI can actually help doctors

In an era where doctors are becoming scarce and the general population is aging, AI might be able to help.

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