For a cool $5.4 million, the source code for the World Wide Web 1990-1991 has a new owner.
Enterprise decision-makers who work with AI and machine learning are worried about their job security, according to new InRule research.
Micro Focus subsidiary CyberRes this week unveiled the integration between Amazon Macie and Voltage SecureData.
Jeff Gregory, the Thirdera CIO, discussed how AI can impact non-technical roles in an organization, especially in the realm of human resources.
Panelists will break down the steps their organizations took to analyze and normalize data, ensuring accuracy and reliability, and more.
Despite unprecedented advancements in technology and countless depictions of complex human-AI interactions in sci-fi movies, we have yet to fully achieve AI bots that can engage in conversation as naturally as humans can. Kushal Chawla, researcher at the USC Institute for Creative Technologies (ICT) and a doctoral student in computer science, and collaborators at both the USC Information Sciences Institute (ISI) and ICT are taking us one step closer to this reality by teaching AI how to negotiate with humans.
Researchers from Baidu Research Robotics and Auto-Driving Lab (RAL) and the University of Maryland, College Park, have introduced an autonomous excavator system (AES) that can perform material loading tasks for a long duration without any human intervention while offering performance closely equivalent to that of an experienced human operator.
Open engineering consortium MLCommons has released its latest MLPerf Training community benchmark results.
The 31 years-old Hubble Space Telescope has been on standby for two weeks, and NASA engineers are rushing to figure out what's wrong.
Entrepreneurs can create entirely new ways of providing goods and services if they're adequately trained to take advantage of technological advances.
Facebook today announced Habitat 2.0, an updated version of its simulation environment, alongside new datasets and benchmarks.
Moveworks, a startup developing a platform to automate common IT tasks, has raised $200 million at a $2.1 billion valuation.
Rigetti has designed a brand-new approach to building quantum processors that could pave the way for large-scale quantum computers.
Fake news and misinformation have become commonplace in the political, economic, climatic, and social arenas in recent years and are amplified significantly by social media with important repercussions for political outcomes and our quality of life. As we continue to face the global COVID-19 pandemic, fake news and misinformation in this realm becomes a matter of life and death.
The chaotically moving objects dense clusters digital twin is being developed by students from NUST MISIS, ITMO and MIPT to navigate robots. It is going to be a web service using graph neural networks, which will allow studying the physics of crowds, the laws of swarm behavior in animals and the principles of "active matter" motion.
The construction industry generates massive amounts of data every day. But 96% goes unused, largely because it is stuck in siloed solutions.
The exit of Teneo’s chief raises questions about the future of the influential advisory firm.
Versa Networks, a company offering security solutions for cloud networks, has raised $84 million in venture capital.