Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Energy-friendly chip can perform powerful artificial-intelligence tasks

In recent years, some of the most exciting advances in artificial intelligence have come courtesy of convolutional neural networks, large virtual networks of simple...

Samsung’s new AI assistant will take on Siri, Alexa

Samsung is preparing to launch a digital assistant called "Bixby," the latest product to result from the tech industry's obsession with artificial intelligence and...

Andy Rubin Unleashed Android on the World, Now Watch Him Do the Same with...

A Couple of years ago, Andy Rubin—the celebrated creator of Android and until recently the head of Google’s mobile Internet efforts—helped his wife, Rie, build...

Apple struggling to become an artificial-intelligence powerhouse

In 2011, Apple became the first company to place artificial intelligence in the pockets of millions of consumers when it launched the voice assistant...

Microsoft updates Translator with AI-powered offline translation on Android, OCR support on iOS

Microsoft today updated Microsoft Translator for Android and iOS. The former has received a new AI-powered translation engine, while the latter has gained Optical Character Recognition...

Using AI to Create New Forms of User Interface

Interaction with the world around us should be as easy as walking into your favorite bar and getting your favorite drink in hand before...

Prisma Uses AI to Add an Artists Touch

Step aside, Instagram. There’s a newer, smarter photo app taking social media by storm: Prisma. Most mobile photo-editing apps let you touch up photos with a built-in filter...

A Deep Learning AI Chip for Your Phone

Neural networks learn to recognize objects in images and perform other artificial intelligence tasks with a very low error rate. (Just last week, a...

Google Asks DoT To Fast-Track Self-Driving Cars

Google wants to fast-track self-driving cars to market. The company sent a letter to the US Transportation Secretary on March 18 that outlines...

MIT’s 168-core chip could make mobile devices, robots smarter

Unlike Facebook, a smartphone can't recognize and tag you in a selfie. A new brain-like chip developed by researchers at MIT could change that. The...






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