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Pandemic Presents Opportunities for Robots; Teaching Them is a Challenge 

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor   The pandemic is opening up opportunities for robots in the restaurant business as kitchens look for ways to...

Research Into Hardware Aims to Lower Demands and Expense of AI...

By AI Trends Staff   With the energy and compute demands of AI machine learning models trending at what appears...

Companies Bringing AI Training Inside; Udacity Well-Positioned  

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor   Companies are taking AI training into their own hands, hiring outside firms to help their employees to learn...

deepsense.ai, Volkswagen Train Real World Autonomous Vehicle Entirely In Simulation

By AI Trends Staff deepsense.ai and Volkswagen have published research on arXiv showing that an autonomous vehicle trained entirely in simulation can drive in the...

What’s Next For Robotics: In The Field, Inferencing On The Edge

By Allison Proffitt Robots are a key application for AI and in addition to an excellent plenary talk by Julie Shah of MIT, a whole...

Accelerating the Power of AI with Neural Networks

By Bob Friday, cofounder and CTO, Mist Systems Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Neural Networks Defined Using the Turing Test as a qualifier, Artificial Intelligence (AI)...

Reinforcement Learning – a Moonshot or Today’s Most Underhyped Technology?

Reinforcement learning is gaining attention as the “next step in AI”, but there are very few business use cases of this technology. So is...

DeepMind Unveils Impala AGI, for Artificial General Intelligence

By Matthew Griffin, Futurist One of the most significant Artificial Intelligence (AI) milestones in history was quietly ushered into being this summer. I am, of course, am...

AI in Edmonton: Home to Reinforcement Learning

Edmonton, Home to Reinforcement Learning, now a Foundation of AI, is Retaining AI Talent, Attracting Investment Including DeepMind The capital of Edmonton in the Canadian...

Solving Sparse-Reward Tasks with Curiosity

By Arthur Juliani, Senior Software Engineer, Machine Learning, Unity Technologies Now there is an easy way to encourage agents to explore the environment more effectively...