DeepMind - RSS Feed

Latest articles

Using machine learning to optimise agriculture in Brazil | AI by you - Vitor’s story

Vitor Gonçalves da Silva lives in Campinas, Brazil. He is studying agricultural engineering at the University of Campinas. For Vitor, machine learning and artificial intelligence provide the means to optimise agriculture in his home country. Every day, DeepMind scholars like Vitor are making their mark in artificial intelligence. In the AI by you...

Using AI to manage resources in Africa | AI by you - Arnol’s story

Arnol Fokam was born in Cameroon and now lives in South Africa. Arnol studies at the University of Witwatersrand and he believes that AI could be the key to resource management across his home continent. Every day, DeepMind scholars like Arnol are making their mark in artificial intelligence. In the AI by you series, they express what artificial...

Can AI help to unlock the mysteries of the mind? | AI by you - Weronika’s story

Weronika Skibicka was born in Poland and has recently moved to Germany to continue her study. She arrived at AI through her passion for neuroscience and believes artificial intelligence provides an exciting opportunity to better understand the human brain. Every day, DeepMind scholars like Weronika are making their mark in artificial intelligence....

Transforming medicine with AI | AI by you - Sneha’s story

Sneha Naik studied at Imperial College, London, before moving to New York to undertake a PhD. Her own experience with Crohn’s disease has played a significant role in her focus on health care. She hopes to utilise artificial intelligence to better diagnose and treat diseases that cause hidden disabilities. Every day, DeepMind scholars like Sneha...

How can AI help us fight climate change? | AI by you - Julia’s story

Julia Kaltenborn was born in Germany, grew up in Switzerland and now lives in Canada. She has a passion for climate science and hopes artificial intelligence can help provide solutions to one of the biggest challenges we face. Every day, DeepMind scholars like Julia are making their mark in artificial intelligence. In the AI by you series, they...

AI for everyone needs AI by you

AI could be one of humanity’s most useful inventions. But only if it’s made by people representing our whole society. Including you. We need a stronger, more inclusive AI community. A community that brings diverse values, concerns, and hopes to the table. Only then, can the whole of humanity truly benefit from this technology. AI for everyone needs...

Unlocking the mystery of the demon-duck of doom - Unfolded

Could burn marks on eggshells explain the disappearance of the giant flightless bird Genyornis newtoni? This huge ostrich-sized “thunderbird” - nicknamed “the demon-duck of doom” for its huge head - disappeared from Australia’s fossil record around 50,000 years ago. The discovery of burned eggshells led scientists, including Gifford Miller of the University...

Welcome to DeepMind: Embarking on one of the greatest adventures in scientific history

At DeepMind, we’re embarking on one of the greatest adventures in scientific history. Our mission is to solve intelligence, to advance science and benefit humanity. To make this possible, we bring together scientists, designers, engineers, ethicists, and more, to research and build safe artificial intelligence systems that can help transform society...

Meet John and Rosie, fighting plastic pollution with proteins: Unfolded

It all started with an email. The world produces around 400m tonnes of plastic waste each year. Much of it ends up in landfill; a significant portion is polluting the world’s oceans. Conventional plastic recycling only degrades the material – in fact, most plastic items never fully disappear. John McGeehan, Rosie Graham, and their colleagues at...

How Marcelo and Megan solved a ten year problem in minutes - Unfolded

Most people who have access to a modern healthcare system would not consider a disease like bubonic plague to be a threat. Such bacterial infections are usually dealt with easily through modern antibiotics. Yet antibiotic resistance, where bacteria evolve the ability to defeat these drugs, is fast becoming a growing global problem - and new antibiotics...

Discover, share and read the best on the web

Follow RSS Feeds, Blogs, Podcasts, Twitter searches, Facebook pages, even Email Newsletters! Get unfiltered news feeds or filter them to your liking.

Get Inoreader
Inoreader - Follow RSS Feeds, Blogs, Podcasts, Twitter searches, Facebook pages, even Email Newsletters!