Toyota’s research division has announced plans to use satellite imagery to create automated high-definition maps for its autonomous vehicles.
A new partnership between computing giant IBM and The Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in New York is aiming to embed AI into the full spectrum of the fashion industry.
The Matrix reached US cinemas just over 20 years ago and articulated society’s fear of the power of artificial intelligence (AI) and its potential to overpower the human.
With an estimated 3.25 billion voice assistants in use today, they have changed the way in which we interact with smartphones and other electronic devices.
An AI oil well technology has successfully boosted production by 1.5% in trials without the need for additional expenditure.
It’s no secret that artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming increasingly valuable across all industries.
Starship Technologies has announced that it has reached a major milestone: completing over 50,000 commercial deliveries.
AI journalism is now being used to provide local and hyper local news in the UK, with the commercial rollout of Reporters and Data and Robots (RADAR).
Artificial intelligence is impacting almost every area of daily life, with applications in sectors such as healthcare, energy consumption, cars safety, farming, climate change, financial risk management and numerous others.
In the field of artificial intelligence, there are two main approaches to training a programme: symbolic AI, which uses visual symbols, and connectionism, which uses connected information to form artificial neural networks.
Artificial intelligence (AI) in the near future is going to be more focused on ‘specific intelligence’, moving toward a world where AI simplifies and improves every aspect of our daily lives: from the phones we carry and cameras we use to the TVs we watch, the cars we drive, the software we use and even
Students at Northern Arizona University now have no excuse to skip breakfast, because an autonomous delivery robot can bring it to their door “within minutes”.
Artificial intelligence has the potential to deliver huge savings for businesses, but what about the 1.5 million workers at high risk of losing their job to automation?
Analysis by the UK’s Office for National Statistics (ONS) has warned that 1.5 million jobs are at high risk of job automation, presenting a significant threat to the overall workforce.
Food waste is still a major issue for foodservice operators – but what if an artificial intelligence (AI) system could help restaurants keep track of the food they discard?
The UN met to discuss killer robots and AI in warfare last year, and Elon Musk and Google’s DeepMind were among signatories promising to never develop the mercenary bots.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has announced the development of an AI-controlled robotic limb that can learn over time as part of a wider project targeting the development of true lifelong machine learning.
An NHS trust is to trial software robots to automate administrative parts of its corporate services arm.
Frills and robotics are not two words that traditionally go together, but new research suggests that the robots of the future could have frilly surfaces to help them move.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is changing the world of business at an incredible pace, but there are some fantastic resources available to those that don’t want to get left behind.
Spending on artificial intelligence technology surpassed $200bn in 2018 and is tipped to double by 2025.
With the ability to run, climb stairs and jump over hurdles, the advanced capabilities of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s four-legged Cheetah robots have been impressing and alarming audiences in equal measures.
An autonomous delivery robot has been announced by leading delivery provider FedEx.
In 2015, Google used an Artificial Intelligence (AI) program called AlphaGo to defeat three-time European Champion Fan Hui in the 2,500-year-old game of Go, a game described as exponentially more complex than chess.
By now, the presence of AI in the workplace is already making itself felt.
Despite attracting more investment in 2018 than any other emerging technology, artificial intelligence (AI) startups are seeing fewer AI investors each than any other segment.
The usual host of awards including best screenplay and best visual effects came up at the 2019 Oscars last night.
With precision farming, smart tractors, drones, and plants animals monitored by sensors, the agricultural industry of the 21st century looks very different from the past.
Despite Donald Trump’s best efforts, China will continue to chip away at the United States’ lead in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) throughout 2019 according to a new report published by GlobalData exploring the trends and developments expected in the technology industry over the coming year.
The NHS has already started looking to AI to improve patient service and cut costs, and the technology is currently being used to improve the patient care through AI-powered apps and implementing technology which will allow NHS 111 inquiries to be handled by robots within two years.