AI Index 2019. The AI Index is a starting point for informed conversations about the state of artificial intelligence (AI).
The report aggregates a diverse set of metrics, and makes the underlying data easily accessible to the general public. The 2019 edition tracks three times as many data sets as the 2018 edition. To help navigate the data, we've produced two tools. The Global AI Vibrancy Tool compares 28 countries’ global activities across 34 indicators, including both a cross-country perspective, as well as a country-specific drill down. The AI Index arXiv Monitor helps people conduct their own research into current technological progress in AI. The AI Index has worked hard to avoid measurement and evaluation bias. The AI Index Report is comprised of nine chapters:
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Guide To Using Reverse Image Search For Investigations. Reverse image search is one of the most well-known and easiest digital investigative techniques, with two-click functionality of choosing “Search Google for image” in many web browsers.
This method has also seen widespread use in popular culture, perhaps most notably in the MTV show Catfish, which exposes people in online relationships who use stolen photographs on their social media. However, if you only use Google for reverse image searching, you will be disappointed more often than not. Limiting your search process to uploading a photograph in its original form to just images.google.com may give you useful results for the most obviously stolen or popular images, but for most any sophisticated research project, you need additional sites at your disposal — along with a lot of creativity. This guide will walk through detailed strategies to use reverse image search in digital investigations, with an eye towards identifying people and locations, along with determining an image’s progeny.
A Brief Comparison of Reverse Image Searching Platforms – DomainTools Blog. Overview This will be another of a hopefully long series of practical OSINT blog posts from the Security Research team here at DomainTools.
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