Maura R. Grossman, JD, Ph.D., is a Research Professor in the Cheriton School of Computer Science, an Adjunct Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School, and an affiliate faculty member of the Vector Institute for Artificial Intelligence. She is also Principal at Maura Grossman Law, an eDiscovery law and consulting firm in Buffalo, New York.
Curtin University researchers have developed a new system that will help identify undiscovered mineral deposits in Western Australia using an advanced machine learning tool.
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Using Adobe Aero, the Smithsonian and Hydrous have created an augmented reality version of an exhibit focused on the diversity of the ocean.
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The company has already started delivering food via drone from restaurants like Chili's, It's Just Wings and Maggiano's Little Italy.
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