Author: Jacob Cordova

Robot Contract Lawyer

MEET the Robot Contract Lawyer WHY? If any of you have ever bothered to read the terms and conditions, you would understand how long, complicated, and cumbersome contracts can be. Casepoint knows this and has set out to create an AI that can read, understand, and translate contracts into simple and basic terms for the user to easily follow. By taking interpretations from the best legal minds in the field, Casepoint is trying to turn your ignoring of the terms and conditions into a guilt-free experience. ...

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Robot Pick Up Artist

MEET the Robot Pick Up Artist WHY? If you’ve ever tried to approach someone at the bar, you may be familiar with the art of pick up lines. Many are gifted, while many others struggle. A team at digital health and wellness clinic Medzino have tested an AI designed to assist in this rough process for many. The results showed the simple coffee requests proved to be more effective as opposed to more presumptuous requests. Regardless, it is hard to tell how AI will shake up the dating scene for humans. Next time someone swipes right and asks you...

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UNA

MEET UNA WHY? Digital travel agents are nothing new, but UNA is one of the AI powered agents that acts as a one-stop-shop for people looking to get out and travel soon. UNA, unlike many of its competitors – human and robot alike – is unique because it is utilizing its data to predict trips for its customers. Once it gets enough of a feel for your travel preferences, UNA wants to be able to pitch an entire trip for you without any leg work required from...

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Affective Computing

MEET Affective Computing WHY? Affective computing is the process of utilizing biometrics in AI to detect human emotions and even someone’s state of mind. This is obviously a revolutionary application of AI, but now the law is starting to catch up and for the first time lawmakers are questioning whether this can be validly used by the government for homeland security issues. Many academics have their opinion, but this issue is most likely just the tip of the iceberg as we start to see AI’s ability to absorb, digest, and interpret data we – human beings – cannot even...

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Bug Bounties

MEET Bug Bounties WHY? Large tech companies have always utilized bug bounty programs to enlist the support of well-intentioned hackers to spot bugs in their software. Now, large companies such as Twitter, Microsoft, and Nvidia are using bug bounties to find flaws in their AI algorithms. Any hacker who can create a virus that bypasses the algorithms designed to stop them will receive a financial reward from many participating tech...

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