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What 17 Prominent Roboticists Think Google Should Do With Its Robots

These days, whenever a group of roboticists gets together to talk shop, the subject almost inevitably turns to Google and its secretive robotics division.What...

Adobe Harnessing AI to Help Organize Your Photos

Imagine you are the designer for an advertising campaign for a furniture store. That campaign will run on desktops, and in email newsletters, but...

The revolutionary chipmaker behind Google’s project Tango is now powering DJI’s...

A small European startup, Movidius, is poised to emerge as a powerhouse in the age of computer vision A few weeks ago DJI unveiled its...

A month after its car hit a bus, Google awarded a...

On Feb. 14, one of the company’s several dozen test vehicles struck a bus, the first accident where the autonomous system was at fault....

Chinese start-up on track to deliver artificial intelligence-on-a-chip

Mainland Chinese start-up Horizon Robotics, founded by the former head of online search giant Baidu’s Institute of Deep Learning, claims it is on pace...

How IBM, Google, Microsoft, and Amazon do machine learning in the...

For any cloud to be taken seriously, it has to meet an ever rising bar of features. Machine learning seems to be on that...

Astro Digital Releases Software to Enable Anyone to Analyze Satellite Imagery

Astro Digital today released a new version of their image processing software. This enables anyone to access their software, for free, and retrieve satellite...

Computers That See Like Humans

Can artificial intelligence evolve as human baby does, learning about the world by seeing and interacting with its surroundings? That’s one of the questions driving...

Apocalypse, Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love AI

The force has been strong for artificial intelligence over the last few weeks, what with Slack announcing a fund for bots, Elon Musk announcing...

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...