Sean Cusack has been a backyard beekeeper for 10 years and a tinkerer for longer. That's how he and an entomologist friend got talking about building an early warning system to alert hive owners to potentially catastrophic threats.
Uber drivers claim they were wrongly dismissed by an algorithm without a right to appeal.
Increasingly, biologists are turning to computational modeling to make sense of complex systems. In neuroscience, researchers are adapting the kinds of algorithms used to forecast the weather or filter spam from your email to seek insight into how the brain's neural networks process information.
Google open-sourced MT5, a model trained on over 100 languages that the company says achieves state-of-the-art benchmark results.
TechSee, a startup employing AI and computer vision to streamline field service work, raised $30 million to expand its reach.
An upgrade five years in the making now allows Roboat II to carry passengers.
According to Forrester, remote work, support of remote business, recessionary pressures, new digital muscles for employees and customers, and pandemic constraints will force millions of pragmatic automations to production levels in 2021.
Researchers at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory have developed an autonomous boat large enough to carry human passengers.
A team of researchers at Dartmouth College, working with Microsoft Corp., has developed a contact-sensitive object-recognition technique called Capacitivo for creating interactive fabrics. In their paper published on the ACM digital library site for the upcoming User Interface Software and Technology Conference, the group describes their technique and how well the prototype they built worked when tested.
Ketos, a startup leveraging AI to identify water quality problems, has raised $18 million -- a mix of equity and debt.
This car transforms into a walking robot for a truly all-terrain vehicle.
Former Uber drivers have filed a legal challenge against the company in Europe, arguing that its "robo-firing" practices contravene GDPR.
Government sets aside SG$49 million ($36.05 million) to support R&D efforts in low-carbon energy technologies such as hydrogen, and kicks off an initiative to pilot a lithium-ion battery energy storage system on a "floating" lab.
Epik says the decision “simply defies logic” and has suggested the move is political, not financial.
Meanwhile, UniSA is using VR technology to teach skills to children with intellectual disabilities.
With a training technique commonly used to teach dogs to sit and stay, computer scientists showed a robot how to teach itself several new tricks, including stacking blocks. With the method, the robot, named Spot, was able to learn in days what typically takes a month.
An increasing number of U.S. counties are using signature verification software to check ballots. But the software could exhibit bias.
We already know how AI is used in facial recognition systems, helping you unlock your phone using just your face. But now, facial recognition can work even with face-masks. But how? Read on to find out….