Fake AI faces

Real vs fake : can you tell the difference?

The faces in the image don’t seem particularly remarkable. They could easily be taken from, say, Facebook or LinkedIn. In reality, they were dreamed up by a new kind of AI
More
AI

Clever AI hid data from its creators to cheat

Artificial Intelligence has become so intelligent that it is learning when to hide some information which can be used later. Research from Stanford University and Google discovered that a machine learning agent
More
Ai and IOT digital transformation

Digital transformation in 2019

Digital innovation continues to disrupt industries at lightning speed. Today’s organizations are transforming their entire business – from strategy to operations, technology to culture – to better deliver value to
More
Customer engagement

5 customer connection trends to watch

Leading brands know that running a successful business is more than selling and making a profit; long-term success is defined by a brand’s ability to form a lasting connection with
More
DeepMind’s AlohaZero

How DeepMind’s AlphaZero Mastered Complex Games With No Human Input

Robots haven’t taken over the world yet…but this is a good start. Imagine this: you tell a computer system how the pieces move — nothing more. Then you tell it
More
Wearable robotics for skiers

Yamaha Motor Co. bets on a wearable robot just for skiers

Whether it’s the workplace, war zones, or the home, exoskeletons are being used in a wide variety of settings and applications here in 2018. The latest? A new robotic exoskeleton aimed
More
Tug drones

Flying “tug” drones that can anchor to objects

Drones modeled on insects are nothing new. For instance, back in spring, retail giant Walmart announced that it had filed patents for drones for pollinating plants in farming. Now researchers have
More
Robotic dog treats

A night-vision treat catapult

In years past, a robot was something you’d find in a factory, an experimental device in a lab or a cool pipe dream at a trade show. Not anymore. Robots
More
Medical tricoder

Building the Tricorder: The race to create a real-life Star Trek medical scanner

Oscar Wilde once said that life imitates art, and science and engineering is often no exception to this. Science fiction certainly provides science types with plenty of inspiration for inventions. In
More
Re-seeding a forest with drones

How to reforest 1,000 times faster after wildfires

All great actions start with a seed of an idea. In reforestation, the action starts with a seed. Literally. After a fire, trees that haven’t been destroyed often have the ability
More

@

Not recently active