Quick Serve 2023-12-23

In today’s Quick Serve of AI news:

Pakistan’s Artificial Intelligence Technology Center (AITC) delegation visited the Chinese AI company, Shenzhen AiMall Tech. Co., Ltd., to discuss collaborating on AI technology. They explored AI development status, research progress, and AI applications in different industries. Read more on Daily Times.

A Korean study tested an AI application on the retinas of 958 children, finding it could detect autism and determine symptom severity accurately. AI could be used as a pre-screening method alongside regular testing. Read more on The Age.

New Indian national security goals are being devised in the world of AI, electronic vehicles, chips, and drones, according to S Jaishankar, Union External Affairs Minister. Trusted partnerships and contributions to global security are emphasized. Read more on The Hindu Business Line.

A mother and her 14-year-old daughter advocate for better protections for victims of AI-generated nude images distributed at a high school. The incidents highlight the increasing harm of explicit AI-generated material and the need for federal regulation. Read more on The Denver Post.

The Indian Institute of Science (IISc) and Aster-CMI Hospital developed an AI tool to detect carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) using a transformer-based machine learning model. The tool aims to improve diagnostic efficiency. Read more on The Hindu Business Line.

Google’s recent launch of its AI system, Gemini, presents a strong opportunity to establish itself as an operating system for foundational Large Language Models (LLMs). The company’s advancements in AI technology position it for growth in the AI domain. Read more on Seeking Alpha.

Infosys revealed the termination of a $1.5 billion AI solutions deal with a global company, reflecting growing uncertainty in the IT services sector’s demand and technology budgets of clients. Read more on Business Today.

Computer scientists urge presidential candidates to address their plans for dealing with the surge in AI technology, emphasizing the urgent need for attention to the transformative impact of AI. Read more on Prescott News.

ElliQ, an AI-powered robot, is designed to alleviate loneliness and isolation experienced by many older Americans. It engages in conversations, plays music, offers reminders, and provides companionship to seniors. Read more on Prescott News.

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