The Amazon CTO explained to ZDNet the way AWS and Amazon's retail business are focused on building robots that can adapt to different needs and circumstances.
GitHub Copilot is a new AI-powered pair programmer that collaborates with human programmers and suggests new functions or lines of code.
Tableau is introducing new features designed to extract business insights from data across multiple sources.
Videoconferencing company Zoom has acquired Kites, an AI-powered language translation startup, for an undisclosed sum.
DevOps company Copado is to acquire AI-powered software testing platform Qentinel. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Researchers at University of Michigan have recently developed a bi-directional model that can predict how much both humans and robotic agents can be trusted in situations that involve human-robot collaboration. This model, presented in a paper published in IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters, could help to allocate tasks to different agents more reliably and efficiently.
KPMG is now building its Ignite platform on top of Red Hat OpenShift to accelerate the development of AI applications.
Augtera, a startup developing an "AI-augmented" networking analytics platform, has raised $13 million in venture funding.
Visier, a people analytics startup, has raised $125 million at a post-money valuation exceeding $1 billion.
A survey from Forrester and Redis Labs finds the need to drive AI models using real-time data will force modernization of IT infrastructure.
Wonderflow, which applies analytics to customer feedback, has raised $20 million in a venture funding round.
Production of the robot is suspended and will only be restarted if there is a need for it.
Cars are being reimagined as mobile sensing units to help with a key infrastructure need.
A new collaboration takes an explosive approach to water excavation.
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
The deputy director of the White House science office plans to tackle algorithmic bias and start candid conversations about the past.
The World Health Organization wants to ensure that ethical considerations and human rights are the centre of any AI-based healthcare solutions.
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.