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AI Works Better with Human Intelligence, Too

Artificial intelligence applied to the right tasks can reveal insights that wouldn't otherwise be surfaced, and do it faster than manual human efforts. But...

Big data, bigger benefits; AI expands the big data horizon

A global market intelligence and advisory firm predicts big data and business analytics revenues to expand from US$ 122 bn in 2015 to US$...

Hyundai Plans to Make Wearable Robotic Assistants

If you ever needed help lifting heavy objects or walking or even running, then Hyundai’s robotics assistant may be just the help you need....

Intel’s future – Virtual Reality and IoT?

For decades, PCs were at the center of Intel's business, but not anymore. Self-driving cars, virtual reality, and artificial intelligence are more attractive to Intel,...

Make Healthier Choices At Work Using AI

It’s not easy to be healthy. And it’s even harder to be healthy at work, where chances are—despite the vogue for standing desks and the like—you're...

Predictive Analytics, Wearables Data Driving EHR Growth

Healthcare providers have been investing in electronic health record (EHR) technology over the past several years, and the trend shows no sign of letting...

IoT Attracts 6.2 Million Developers Worldwide

The Internet of Things is gaining muscle as developers flock to participate in its potential. According to research firm Evans Data, there are 6.2 million...

10 Stats About AI That Will Blow You Away

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates recently called artificial intelligence "the holy grail that anyone in computer science has been thinking about" during Vox Media's Code...

Much More to Come from Echo and Alexa Says Bezos

Jeff Bezos, the CEO of Amazon, is confident his company's investment in Alexa will prove fruitful. Bezos shared a few details about Amazon's efforts...

Facebook Utilizes Emotional Data From Reactions

Facebook Reactions debuted as the ad tech industry looks more seriously at emotional analysis. Eventually, consumers will only see the ads they want to...