If you have sex with an android doll and then knock it around the room, are you being abusive? If you're in a foul mood and boot your robotic pet down the stairs, are you being a jerk? In either scenario, is the device's owner culpable of bad behavio
Developing methods to accurately reconstruct spatial fields using data collected by sparse sensors has been a long-standing challenge in both physics and computer science. Ultimately, such methods could significantly aid the design, prediction, analysis and control of complex physical systems.
UBC researchers have trained computers to predict the next designer drugs before they are even on the market, technology that could save lives.
Why construction is one of the fastest growing adopters of automation technologies.
If you don’t get seasick, an autonomous boat might be the right mode of transportation for you. Scientists from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) and the Senseable City Laboratory, together with Amsterdam Institute
The composer discusses how streaming and A.I. are transforming movie music.
Telstra and Quantium will target enterprise customers using a new 'whole of tech stack' to be delivered under a new joint venture between the pair.
Artificial intelligence can quickly identify the chemical structure of new drugs that have similar effects to substances such as cocaine and heroin, but have been designed to evade detection by existing tests
The machine learning outfit’s foray into pharmaceuticals could be very useful, but its grand claims should be taken with a pinch of salt
Virtual and augmented reality headsets are designed to place wearers directly into other environments, worlds, and experiences. While the technology is already popular among consumers for its immersive quality, there could be a future where the holographic displays look even more like real life.
No-code AI solutions are helping more businesses to get started on their AI journeys than ever. Athics, through its Crafter.ai platform for deploying conversational bots, knows a thing or two about the topic.
Researchers are looking into the potential technological threats to data safety and privacy from the smart supermarkets of the future.
Imagine a world in which smart packaging for supermarket-ready meals updates you in real-time to tell you about carbon footprints, gives live warnings on product recalls and instant safety alerts because allergens were detected unexpectedly in the factory.
BT is deploying an AI trained on epidemiological modelling to fight the increasing risk of cyberattacks.
According to Agnieszka Kurant, everything we make — from the systems that oppress us to the inventions that transform us — is the result of a collective.
Optimization problems involve the identification of the best possible solution among several possibilities. These problems can be encountered in real-world settings, as well as in most scientific research fields.
Nanoporous materials might someday solve some of society's biggest challenges, from absorbing carbon dioxide or methane from air to storing hydrogen gas for fuel to sensing toxic compounds in the air.
The quality inspection revolution begins with some wildly independent AI.