Deep learning systems are revolutionizing technology around us, from voice recognition that pairs you with your phone to autonomous vehicles that are increasingly able to see and recognize obstacles ahead. But much of this success involves trial and error when it comes to the deep learning networks themselves.
The first question many people ask about artificial intelligence (AI) is, "Will it be good or bad?"
The United States are driven to introduce artificial intelligence into their Air Force fleet and have made impressive leaps by signing contracts with the biggest corporations in the industry.
Fabric, an automated fulfillment startup whose robots pack, lift, and wheel products around rooms, has announced a partnership with FreshDirect.
Robotic augmentation is coming to a war zone near you. For now, the first stop bypasses the battlefield.
Micro-fulfillment could win the race in surging on-demand grocery market.
Explorium, a Tel Aviv-based startup developing an automated data and feature discovery platform, secured $31 million in financing.
Elon Musk has made another of his trademark predictions – this time, it’s that AI will be superior to humans within five years.
AI-related startups raised $7.22 billion in 458 deals In Q1 2020, down from $8.4 billion invested in 516 deals during Q1 2020.
Chorus.ai, a startup developing an AI and machine learning platform that analyzes sales calls, has raised $45 million in venture capital.
Artificial intelligence (AI) contributes significantly to good in the world. From reducing pollution to making roads safer with self-driving cars to enabling better healthcare through medical big-data analysis, AI still has plenty of untapped potential.
The most reliable predictor of a relationship's success is partners' belief that the other person is fully committed, a Western University-led international research team has found.
Medical imaging startup Nanox, which hopes to reinvent the X-ray with hardware inspired by Star Trek's biobed, has raised $110 million.
See Spot run. See Spot scan. A new deployment for this agile pup puts cutting edge autonomy back in auto factories.
Two years after it left Nokia, French company Withings is announcing a new focus on medical devices.
UK startup Element is taking on the remote-collaboration space with an open project set to change the balance of power.
Face masks are breaking some of the most commonly used facial recognition algorithms, according to a new study from US government agency NIST (the National Institute of Standards and Technology). Error rates spiked to between 5 and 50 percent for some algorithms.
DARPA is funding a number of brain-computer interface projects to enable soliders to control equipment at the speed of thought.