Tuesday, June 2, 2020
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Watch this robot solve a Rubik’s Cube in 1 second

If you are trying to get faster at solving a Rubik’s Cube and need some extra motivation, please don’t watch this. Software engineers Jay Flatland and Paul Rose have built a machine that can solve...

GoButler pivots to fully-automated service, starting with flight search and discovery

Virtual assistant GoButler's latest app suggests that rumors of its demise may not be on the mark.  Flight search and discovery is interesting but I'm keen to be able to ask GoButler to pack...

Beyond the Fence, and the Advent of the Creative Machines

Computers being involved in the creation of art is not a new development. (Consider my use of the word computer throughout this post as roughly equivalent to the cringe-worthy use of the word server in any of your favorite...

IBM’s Cognitive Social Media Command Center is bringing Wimbledon to you

Most tennis fans would salivate over the chance to witness Serena Williams attempt to win Wimbledon and tie Steffi Graf's 22 Grand Slams, pulling within two of Margaret Court’s 24 for the most major singles titles...

This Tiny Robot is a Real Life Wall-E

Register Early and Save - AI World Intelligent Bot Workshop - Nov 7 Just 2.5-inches tall with a fondness for meaningful eye contact and heavy lifting, Cozmo is a robot companion designed to seem like...

Executive Interview: Dr. Tolga Kurtoglu, CEO, PARC

Partnership Model, Open Innovation Leading PARC into New Era of AI, Bridging Research, Business Value Dr. Tolga Kurtoglu is CEO of PARC, a Xerox company, which is in "the business of breakthroughs.” Practicing open innovation since being...

Robots and AI featured at Asia’s top tech fair

A Japanese inventor is hoping a robot that still needs humans will win over Asia’s largest tech fair, offering a counterpoint to major technology firms pushing the boundaries of artificial intelligence (AI). Katsumori Sakakibara was...

Programmable Materials Make Their Way Into Future Applications

When we take a look at any physical and tangible product, we think of the materials used to make that product. In our minds, the material is a raw product that has been shaped...

Space X Launches AI Robot ‘Flying Brain’ Towards Space Station

A ball-shaped artificial intelligence robot nicknamed the "flying brain" because it is trained to follow and interact with a German astronaut blasted off on Friday (June 29) toward the International Space Station aboard SpaceX's Dragon cargo ship. A spare...

Check Out Bubba Watson’s Golf Cart Jetpack

Pro golfer Bubba Watson, a two-time Masters champion who has been known to traverse the green via a hovercraft, wants to up his game -- his golf-cart game. In a partnership with Oakley and the Martin Aircraft...




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