Early iterations have faltered, but it looks like automated pizza is here to stay.
Meta has announced PyTorch Live, a library of tools designed to make it easy to create on-device mobile ML demos “in minutes”.
The researcher, who says Google fired her a year ago, wants to ask questions about responsible use of artificial intelligence.
A New York City law requires algorithms used in hiring to be “audited” for bias. It’s the first in the US—and part of a larger push toward regulation.
A floating, robotic film could be trained to hoover oil spills at sea or remove contaminants from drinking water.
Mathematicians created a statistical model that can be used to detect misinformation in social posts.
Biological robots made from frog cells can replicate by smooshing loose cells into new robots -- a reproduction method not seen in any other organism.
The latest platform is focused on bolstering the productivity value of Arm-based PCs.
C3 AI reported a second quarter revenue that was up 41% from a year ago and a customer base that grew 63% year over year.
The new tools and capabilities will make it faster and cheaper to label data, train machine learning models and deploy models for inference.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, case rates have ebbed and flowed in ways that have been hard for epidemiological models to predict. A new study by mathematicians from Brown University uses an advanced machine learning technique to explore the strengths and weaknesses of commonly used models, and suggests ways of making them more predictive.
Google said training large models is a "huge focus" for the company, and ought to get more attention in the benchmark results.
At re:Invent, the cloud giant also announced a new $10 million AI & ML scholarship program for underrepresented and underserved students.
The two companies will collaborate to help enterprises use PyTorch on AWS and scale deep learning models.
Poorly-rewarded 'microworkers' underpin much of the digital world. Phil Jones examines this shadowy economy and explores how its denizens might organise in pursuit of a fairer deal.
With feet and legs like a peregrine falcon, engineers have created a robot that can perch and carry objects like a bird.
Researchers have found that the physical texture of robots influenced perceptions of robot personality. Furthermore, first impressions of robots, based on physical appearance alone, could influence the relationship between physical texture and robot personality formation.
A new strategy to reduce the spread of COVID-19 employs a mobile robot that detects people in crowds who are not observing social-distancing rules, navigates to them, and encourages them to move apart.