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Study Finds AI Better at Detecting Depression Signals in White Americans than Black Counterparts

According to research, white Americans social media posts are more accurately detected by AI for depression signals than those of Black Americans, hig

According to research, white Americans social media posts are more accurately detected by AI for depression signals than those of Black Americans, highlighting the significance of varied data for healthcare AI training. Prior studies have connected specific linguistic patterns to an increased risk of depression however, this correlation was not as strong among Black people. The results highlight how important it is to take ethnic diversity into account to prevent biases in AI healthcare evaluations. Social media data may be used to estimate risk, even if it cannot be used to diagnose depression on its own. Its potential for predicting treatment results for drug misuse disorders and evaluating community mental health during emergencies like the COVID19 pandemic has also been shown by earlier research. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 2 months ago      

Elon Musks xAI to Launch Enhanced Chatbot Grok1.5

On Thursday, Elon Musks artificial intelligence business, xAI, said that an improved version of its chatbot Grok will soon be released. According to x

On Thursday, Elon Musks artificial intelligence business, xAI, said that an improved version of its chatbot Grok will soon be released. According to xAI, the updated version, known as Grok1.5, will be made available in the next few days to early testers and current Grok users on the social media network X previously Twitter. The startup emphasised noteworthy improvements in the latest edition, especially in coding and mathrelated activities. To develop a "maximum truthseeking AI," Musk created xAI last year to rival Googles and Microsoftbacked OpenAIs AI efforts. Grok was made available to X Premium+ customers in December. In response to his legal efforts against OpenAI, he claimed that the latter had abandoned its initial objective in favour of a forprofit model. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 2 months ago      

Adobe and Microsoft Collaborate to Empower Marketers with AI Integration

Together, Adobe and Microsoft have developed new generative AI capabilities that will improve the productivity and creativity of marketers. Microsoft

Together, Adobe and Microsoft have developed new generative AI capabilities that will improve the productivity and creativity of marketers. Microsoft Copilot in Microsoft 365 apps and Adobe Experience Cloud processes and insights will be integrated by working together. The goal is to break down data and application silos to assist marketers in managing their workloads more effectively. Through these linked capabilities, Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Adobe Experience Cloud apps will provide Microsoft Copilot with pertinent marketing analytics and processes. Marketers can use programmes like Outlook, Microsoft Teams, and Word to create creative briefs, oversee content approvals, and deliver experiences. Offering strategic insights, helping to draft campaign briefings, and guaranteeing project continuity through incontext alerts and summaries will be the primary focuses of the initial capabilities. The integration seeks to make the intricate marketing discipline, allowing marketers to work s Read More..

B2B Tech News | 2 months ago      

Amazon Makes Landmark $2.75 Billion Investment in AI Startup Anthropic

As part of a larger fundraising initiative, Amazon has made its most significant external investment $2.75 billion to AI company Anthropic. OpenAI and

As part of a larger fundraising initiative, Amazon has made its most significant external investment $2.75 billion to AI company Anthropic. OpenAI and ChatGPT are rivals of Anthropic, wellknown for its generative AI models and chatbot Claude. Through the agreement, Amazon will have a minority ownership but no board membership in Anthropic. The most recent AI model from Anthropic, Claude 3, performs better than rivals like Googles Gemini Ultra and OpenAIs GPT4. In 2023, investments in generative AI surged to $29.1 billion. Anthropic is required by the investment agreement to utilise Amazons chips and AWS for its models. Even though complicated AI models might pose hazards, Amazons investment shows it is committed to developing AI technology. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 2 months ago      

Nigerias Central Bank Raises Monetary Policy Rate to 24.75% in Effort to Curb Inflation Surge

Nigerias central bank, led by Governor Olayemi Cardoso, announced a significant increase in its monetary policy rate, raising it by 200 basis points t

Nigerias central bank, led by Governor Olayemi Cardoso, announced a significant increase in its monetary policy rate, raising it by 200 basis points to 24.75% from the previous 22.75%. This move is part of ongoing efforts to combat surging inflation, which reached over 30% annually, the highest in nearly three decades. Last month, the bank implemented its largest rate hike in about 17 years, increasing the rate by 4 percentage points. Governor Cardoso emphasized the Monetary Policy Committees commitment to tightening measures to curb inflation, with a focus on stabilizing inflation expectations and ensuring exchange rate stability. This decision follows a series of reforms by President Bola Tinubu, including the cessation of fuel subsidies and the devaluation of the national currency, the naira. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 2 months ago      

Alaska Airlines and Hawaiian Airlines Reach Timing Agreement with DOJ on Merger

A timeline for the planned merger of Hawaiian Airlines HA.O and Alaska Airlines ALK.N has been agreed upon with the Department of Justice DOJ. They ha

A timeline for the planned merger of Hawaiian Airlines HA.O and Alaska Airlines ALK.N has been agreed upon with the Department of Justice DOJ. They have committed to delaying the completion of their merger for at least ninety days following the certification of substantial compliance by both parties with a second request for information about antitrust. This agreement is a regulatory stage in the merger to guarantee that the DOJ has enough time to examine the proposed merger and determine any potential antitrust ramifications before it advances. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 2 months ago      

U.S. Senators Briefed on Concerns Over Chinese Pharmaceutical Firms Alleged IP Transfer

U.S. intelligence authorities briefed senators on concerns related to the purported unapproved transfer of intellectual property from the United State

U.S. intelligence authorities briefed senators on concerns related to the purported unapproved transfer of intellectual property from the United States to China by WuXi AppTec, a Chinese pharmaceutical company. Led by the FBI, State Department, and intelligence agencies, the briefing outlined possible actions that counter U.S. national security objectives, such as transferring intellectual property owned by a U.S. client to Chinese authorities. WuXi AppTec said the company complied with US standards and refuted any unauthorised transfers. The Senate was debating a bill that would limit trade with Chinese biotech companies at the same time as the briefing. After that, the law moved forward, with business backing changing due to worries over Chinas military connections and national security. Citing worries over national security, the Biden administration also released an executive order restricting data exports to China. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 2 months ago      

Dutch Prime Minister Confirms Cyberespionage Talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping

The president of China and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte had a conversation about a cyberespionage event that the Netherlands had said was the work

The president of China and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte had a conversation about a cyberespionage event that the Netherlands had said was the work of China. According to the Dutch intelligence service MIVD, the incident included Chinese statesponsored cyber spies gaining access to a military network in the Netherlands. This is the first time the Netherlands has publicly linked cyber espionage to China amid rising national security concerns and disagreements over the sale of sophisticated semiconductor equipment. Although Beijing consistently refutes these accusations, Rutte raised the subject privately during his meeting with Xi, highlighting the significance of tackling challenging subjects like cyberattacks. China and Western nations have been accusing one another of hacking, which has increased tensions over cyber espionage. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 2 months ago