Robots must be able to interpret human emotions before they can simulate them. They learn this with huge data sets that teach them to recognize patterns in facial expressions. It’s all part of Affective Computing.
Europe wants AI to be trustworthy, to set itself apart from the USA and China. DW's Zulfikar Abbany asked computer scientist and German junior minister, Ina Schieferdecker, what that means.
Unsecured servers made it possible to access patient names, birth dates, treatment plans, even high-resolution x-rays and MRIs. Globally, millions of patients are affected.
Computers, tablets, phones, TVs — surely the hours spent staring at these screens are somehow affecting our eyesight. But where's the science, and can "computer glasses" really help? DW asked an expert.
US airlines were affected by a system-wide computer outage after the Aerodata planning and balance system went down. It is the last application used by pilots before the entry door is closed.
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