Graphcore, a British AI chipmaker, has unveiled a powerful new processor which takes Nvidia’s crown.
NowRx, a company leveraging automation to expedite prescription medication deliveries, has raised $20 million through crowdfunding.
Gyant, a startup developing an AI-powered digital platform for health providers, has raised a $13.6 million funding round.
Researchers at the National University of Singapore used an Intel-designed neuromorphic chip to create touch-sensing robotic "skin."
Researchers have touted the artificial skin as being able to detect touches more than 1,000 times faster than the human sensory nervous system.
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The software company reveals a partnership with dairy cooperative Land O'Lakes that will equip cows with sensors and other gear to improve yields.
Chip startup Graphcore detailed its second-generation IPU and the M2000 AI computer, which the company claims can achieve up to a petaflop of compute.
Chip designer Graphcore has unveiled its latest hardware: the Colossus MK2 or GC200 IPU, a 7nm chip with 59.4 billion transistors — more than the number of transistors in Nvidia’s A100, which the firm announced earlier this year. Graphcore is one of a number of companies challenging established chipmakers with a focus on AI processing.
The university said the organic material puts them a step closer to developing bendable electronic devices, such as mobile phones.
Ponicode raised $3.4 million for its artificial intelligence platform that checks the accuracy of code to save developers from a time-consuming task.
By providing financial and advisory support where they can.
In a study, researchers describe a controversial approach to designing facial recognition systems that aim to identify non-binary people.
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New model helps robots understand their environment as humans do.
Researchers have developed a tiny camera that can ride aboard an insect or an insect-sized robot.
The novel system developed by computer scientists and materials engineers combines an artificial brain system with human-like electronic skin, and vision sensors, to make robots smarter.