Robots are complex machines, but with complex things comes an array of question. One notable is whether robots, like humans and animals, should have rights
As artificial intelligence (AI) becomes increasingly used for critical applications such as diagnosing and treating diseases, predictions and results regarding medical care that practitioners and patients can trust will require more reliable deep learning models.
With millions of children shut out of schools worldwide, tech evangelists claim now is the time for AI education. But as the technology’s power grows, so too do the dangers that come with it
Fear is a familiar political weapon, and it appears to be just as effective as it's always been.
According to research from Carnegie Mellon University, which has looked at over 200 million tweets dating back to January, on issues relating to COVID-19, roughly half of tweets and retweets have been made by bots. Bots also make up 82% of the top 50 influential retweeters and 62% of the top 1000.
Coronavirus isolation has given Norwegian company No Isolation's sales a 20-fold boost.
Otto Motors, a subsidiary of Clearpath Robotics that supplies autonomous mobile robots to manufacturing and logistics customers, has raised $29 million.
A robot with cameras and an LED screen greets visitors in the lobby, checking their temperature, dispensing hand sanitizer, and disinfecting the floor.
Virtual reality is being explored to provide immersive experiences without the risk of infection.
Mayhem emerged from a 2016 government-sponsored contest at a Las Vegas casino hotel. Now it's used by the military—and Netflix.
The funding will be invested to develop autonomous vehicles for Didi's ride-hailing service.
As the Digital Transformation Agency prepares to pilot the biometric capabilities of its digital identity system.
Meanwhile Shadow Minister for Government Services Bill Shorten said the AU$721 million refund total could potentially be revised to surpass AU$1 billion.
With the 2020 economic crash, returns on investments have fallen through the floor. However, one Swedish firm is crushing goals using AI.
In a pair of papers from MIT CSAIL, two teams enable better sense and perception for soft robotic grippers.
A team of engineers have trained a robot to prepare an omelette, all the way from cracking the eggs to plating the finished dish, and refined the 'chef's' culinary skills to produce a reliable dish that actually tastes good.
Developers hope that tools for processing natural language will help biomedical researchers and clinicians to find the COVID-19 papers that they need.
An artificial intelligence-based method may infill gaps in historical temperature data more effectively than conventional techniques. Application of this method reveals a stronger global warming trend between 1850 and 2018 than estimated previously.