Currently, most robots are seen in industry where they support repetitive tasks, such as in the assembly lines of cars or in the production of microchips. However, in the near future the robot should find his way in less structured environments as well, to be able to work in healthcare or in hazardous environments, such as disaster areas.
Electrochemical energy storage systems and fuel cell technologies hold two of the keys to making a successful transition to alternative sources of energy. Batalyse GmbH, a spin-off of the Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology ICT, is using modular software packages to automate capturing, documentation and evaluation processes for battery and fuel cell test data.
Big Blue has released a new metric, CLOPS, which puts a number on the speed of a quantum computer.
Firefox said the new design helps people jump right back into the content and activities they care more about.
If your Uber driver takes a shortcut, you might get to your destination faster. But if a machine learning model takes a shortcut, it might fail in unexpected ways.
How this major player in AI + IoT is leading the pack and saving the supply chain during the Industry 4.0 revolution.
If AI-generated writing becomes indistinguishable from human writing, we'll still need to check it carefully enough to see the mistakes.
A new method forces a machine learning model to focus on more data when learning a task, which leads to more reliable predictions. If your Uber driver takes a shortcut, you might get to your destination faster. But if a machine learning model takes a shortcut, it might fail in unexpected ways.
Delphi, an online AI bot, promises to answer any moral question users pose. We put it to the test
A Biden-supported working group can see the potential of stablecoins being used widely so long as it is appropriately regulated.
A researcher found that artificial intelligence can accurately detect and diagnose colorectal cancer from tissue scans as well or better than pathologists, according to a new study.
Editorial: If by 2052 a computer could match the human brain then we need better ways to build it
Blame it on HAL 9000, Clippy’s constant cheerful interruptions, or any navigational system leading delivery drivers to dead-end destinations. In the workspace, people and robots don’t always get along. But as more artificial intelligence systems and
A clearer understanding of how a type of brain cell known as astrocytes function and can be emulated in the physics of hardware devices, may result in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning that autonomously self-repairs and consumes much less energy than the technologies currently do, according to a team of Penn State researchers.
The team at robotics company Boston Dynamics has released a video promoting itself while also honoring the Rolling Stones—this year marks the 40th anniversary of the release of the song 'Start Me Up.' The release of the song was notable also for the video that accompanied the song, with the members of the group playing their instruments and lead singer Mick Jagger strutting around on stage.
Legged robots have numerous advantageous qualities, including the ability to travel long distances and navigate a wide range of land-based environments. So far, however, legged robots have been primarily trained to move in specific environments, rather than to adapt to their surroundings and operate efficiently in a multitude of different settings.
An oncoming tsunami of data threatens to overwhelm huge data-rich research projects in such areas that range from the tiny neutrino to an exploding supernova, as well as the mysteries deep within the brain.
Businesses are already exploring the future potential of quantum computers, and some industries anticipate big changes ahead.