Wonderflow platform applies analytics to customer feedback, raises $20M

Wonderflow, which applies analytics to customer feedback, has raised $20 million in a venture funding round.

29 June 2021, venturebeat.com

RIP Pepper robot? SoftBank 'pauses' production

Production of the robot is suspended and will only be restarted if there is a need for it.

29 June 2021, bbc.com

Dash cam data solves a big infrastructure problem

Cars are being reimagined as mobile sensing units to help with a key infrastructure need.

29 June 2021, zdnet.com

Rockets to mine water from the moon

A new collaboration takes an explosive approach to water excavation.

29 June 2021, zdnet.com

Nanowire Network at the "Edge of Chaos" Opens Pathway to Artificial Intelligence Discoveries

Nanowire network trained to solve simple problem mimicking neural pathways. Scientists at the University of Sydney and Japan's National Institute for Material Science (NIMS) have discovered that an artificial network of nanowires can be tuned to resp

29 June 2021, scitechdaily.com

Alondra Nelson Wants to Make Science and Tech More Just

The deputy director of the White House science office plans to tackle algorithmic bias and start candid conversations about the past.

29 June 2021, wired.com

WHO warns against applying AI models using data from rich counties to everyone else

The World Health Organization wants to ensure that ethical considerations and human rights are the centre of any AI-based healthcare solutions.

29 June 2021, zdnet.com

'Edge of chaos' opens pathway to artificial intelligence discoveries

Some neuroscience theories suggest the human brain operates best 'at the edge of chaos'. Now scientists have found that keeping a nanowire network at the edge of becoming chaotic is the best state for it to produce useful signals to solve problems.

29 June 2021, sciencedaily.com

Intel touts focus on HPC and AI with Sapphire Rapids to offer high bandwidth memory

Intel announces integration of high bandwidth memory within its 'next-gen' Intel Xeon Scalable Processors.

28 June 2021, zdnet.com

Robo-assisted surgery has no clear advantage over normal ones: Researchers

Surgeries performed with robots cost more, take more time, and are not safer, according to research conducted at the University of Texas.

28 June 2021, zdnet.com

Domino Data Lab tightens MLOps integration with Git repositories

Domino Data Lab updated its Domino platform to make it easier for data scientists to manage code using a Git repository.

28 June 2021, venturebeat.com

Breakthrough in 3D scanning leads to 4500% more accurate results

Scientists have created a new method for increasing the precision of 3D body scans by 4500%.

28 June 2021, techxplore.com

How AI has helped in the transportation of vaccine delivery for COVID-19

While driverless trucks may once have seemed like a vision from far off in the future, rapid developments in artificial intelligence and machine learning have placed us on the brink of a new automation age, starting with how we transport goods. Although the logistics sector can sometimes fall behind other early-adopting industries, a 2017 McKinsey study showed that transportation companies using a proactive AI strategy had higher profit margins compared to those that did not.

Dell releases open source suite Omnia to manage AI, analytics workloads

Dell open-sourced Omnia, a software package that aims to simplify the management of compute workloads across different hardware.

28 June 2021, venturebeat.com

A new supercomputer has joined the top five most powerful devices around the world

The latest iteration of the Top500 puts the Perlmutter supercomputer in the spotlight.

28 June 2021, zdnet.com

DNA databases: New method cuts indexing from weeks to hours, searches to minutes

Rice University computer scientists are sending RAMBO to rescue genomic researchers who sometimes wait days or weeks for search results from enormous DNA databases.

28 June 2021, techxplore.com

AI learns to predict human behavior from videos

Predicting what someone is about to do next based on their body language comes naturally to humans but not so for computers. When we meet another person, they might greet us with a hello, handshake, or even a fist bump. We may not know which gesture will be used, but we can read the situation and respond appropriately.

28 June 2021, techxplore.com

Brazil and China in talks to strengthen science and technology ties

The countries are discussing further bilateral cooperation in areas including artificial intelligence and smart cities; China calls for financing to translate theory into practice.

28 June 2021, zdnet.com

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