5 reasons AI isn't being adopted at your organization (and how to fix it)

In both the public and private sectors, these are the barriers to meaningful adoption of artificial intelligence.

14 July 2020, zdnet.com

Miso’s kitchen robots will slide into White Castle restaurants this year

Startup Miso Robotics is teaming up with White Castle to deploy its food prep robots in fast-food kitchens later this year.

14 July 2020, venturebeat.com

Unlike other tech giants, Amazon won't say how many workers review posts

A timer started the moment he logged in at his desk. He’d scan a post of a product flagged by someone as counterfeit, search for facts, and decide if the item should be pulled from Amazon’s marketplace. He said he gave the entire investigation about three minutes—and then the timer reset.

14 July 2020, thenextweb.com

Samsung expects 6G to launch as early as 2028

Samsung expects the ITU-R will begin their work to define the vision and technical standards for 6G communication in 2021.

14 July 2020, zdnet.com

‘Atlas of Surveillance’ now provides searchable, interactive database of police surveillance

A crowdsourced effort between the EFF and the University of Nevada, Reno, resulted in a nationwide map of police surveillance tactics.

14 July 2020, venturebeat.com

Facebook creates robot to wrap fibre over live power lines

New process said to lower cost by a factor of between three and five times.

14 July 2020, zdnet.com

Eden deploys drone technology to help plant one tree at a time

The non-profit organisation is using DroneDeploy to map and monitor the progress of its reforestation projects.

14 July 2020, zdnet.com

53% of enterprises spending more than $20 million a year on AI technology, talent

Among seasoned adopters, 68% have spent more than $20 million over the past year on AI, according to Deloitte.

14 July 2020, zdnet.com

Australian grains corporation looking to help crop growers collect soil data in 3D

The Australian Grains Research and Development Corporation wants to help grain growers maximise profitability from their farms.

14 July 2020, zdnet.com

Transparent, reflective objects now within grasp of robots

Kitchen robots are a popular vision of the future, but if a robot of today tries to grasp a kitchen staple such as a clear measuring cup or a shiny knife, it likely won't be able to. Transparent and reflective objects are the things of robot nightmares.

14 July 2020, sciencedaily.com

Wireless aquatic robot could clean water and transport cells

Researchers have developed a tiny plastic robot, made of responsive polymers, which moves under the influence of light and magnetism. In the future this 'wireless aquatic polyp' should be able to attract and capture contaminant particles from the surrounding liquid or pick up and transport cells for analysis in diagnostic devices.

14 July 2020, sciencedaily.com

Robot jaws shows medicated chewing gum could be the future

Medicated chewing gum has been recognized as a new advanced drug delivery method but currently there is no gold standard for testing drug release from chewing gum in vitro. New research has shown a chewing robot with built-in humanoid jaws could provide opportunities for pharmaceutical companies to develop medicated chewing gum.

14 July 2020, sciencedaily.com

Artificial 'neurotransistor' created

While the optimization of conventional microelectronics is slowly reaching its physical limits, nature offers us a blueprint how information can be processed and stored efficiently: our own brain. Scientists have now successfully imitated the functioning of neurons using semiconductor materials.

14 July 2020, sciencedaily.com

The perfume makers that can't smell a thing

Perfumers are using AI to create millions of scents, but will it replace the traditional methods?

13 July 2020, bbc.com

Carnegie Mellon’s robotic painter is a step toward AI that can learn art techniques by watching people

In a newly published research paper, Carnegie Mellon researchers propose a robotic painter that learns from human demonstrations.

13 July 2020, venturebeat.com

Today’s AI productization challenges demand domain specific architectures

The AI inference industry is expected to soon surpass training revenues -- moving from an AI model to a production-ready AI application.

13 July 2020, venturebeat.com

Salesforce chief scientist Richard Socher leaves to start his own company

Former MetaMind CEO Richard Socher said he's leaving his position as chief scientist at Salesforce to start a new company.

13 July 2020, venturebeat.com

Artificial Intelligence Predicts Which Planetary Systems Will Survive 100,000 Times Faster

Why don't planets collide more often? How do planetary systems — like our solar system or multi-planet systems around other stars — organize themselves? Of all of the possible ways planets could orbit, how many configurations will remain stable over

13 July 2020, scitechdaily.com

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