The new service will allow users to buy, hold, and sell cryptocurrency such as bitcoin.
Despite COVID's impact on the economy, many companies in the data ecosystem have not just survived but thrived. Here are some key areas to watch.
FireCompass is redesigning red teaming using AI, saving time, money and resources
Federal prosecurots say Google uses anticompetitive business practices as well as artificial intelligence, data, and scale to maintain monopolies.
Researchers claim to have found evidence of racial, gender, and socioeconomic bias in popular datasets used to train X-ray scan classifiers.
A study analyzed patterns in online comments and found liberals and conservatives use different words to express similar ideas.
Landing AI is launching a platform to help manufacturers inspect products like automotive parts or semiconductors using computer vision.
Mine, which is developing a platform that helps discover and manage personal data on the web, today closed a $9.5 million funding round.
Imagine a mobile phone charger that doesn’t need a wireless or main power source. Or a pacemaker with inbuilt organic energy sources within the human body. Australian researchers led by Flinders University are picking up the challenge of ‘scavenging’
Sam's Club and Brain Corp will partner to deploy autonomous floor-scrubbing robots in hundreds of Sam's Club stores around the U.S.
Anyscale, the startup behind the open source project Ray, today closed a $40 million round to support its first commercial offering, a managed Ray platform.
Syte, a visual search and discovery platform for retailers, has raised $40 million in a round of funding led by Viola Ventures.
As robots replace humans in dangerous situations such as search and rescue missions, they need to be able to quickly assess and make decisions—to react and adapt like a human being would. Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign used a model based on the game Capture the Flag to develop a new take on deep reinforcement learning that helps robots evaluate their next move.
A population-level disease monitoring system that employs at-home self-swab kits is being expanded today, at no cost to participants, as part of an infection prevalence study in the San Francisco Bay Area. The system could have broader impact on testing not only for COVID-19, but for other diseases as well.
Here are some non-medical face masks you can wear back to work.
With a stark difference between a data-driven hiring team and an intelligence-driven team, companies must prepare before a war for talent begins in 2021.
A new generation of warfighting will occur (and be enabled by) low-latency 5G networks.