In what may be the start of a Terminator-style uprising, artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics company Geek+ has launched the world’s first smart factory where robots are working to create an endless supply of more robots.
A team of researchers from Penn State University have developed a new tool that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to predict crop productivity for farmers in Africa, in a bid to protect crops from climate change.
The UK could struggle to compete with other economies if it does not invest more in robotics and automation.
It’s unusual for a nature soundscape to kick off any talk at a conference, much less at a tech conference held by Chinese giant Huawei.
“Hello Timo, nice to see you.
Chinese technology giant Huawei has announced the launch of what it claims is the fastest cluster for training artificial intelligence (AI) in the world.
The use of data analytics and machine learning in policing has plenty of potential benefits, but it also presents a significant risk of unfair discrimination, security think tank Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies (RUSI) has warned.
An autonomous submarine, known as an autonomous underwater vehicle, has been used by researchers to gain important insights into the melting of Norwegian glaciers.
Researchers have created prototypes of a stretchable silicone structure that can sense and react to stimuli without any centralised processing, or ‘brain’.
Element AI, a developer of enterprise-targeted artificial intelligence products, has announced that is has raised CAD $200m (£123m) in a Series B financing round.
Employees in Britain are the least concerned about losing their jobs to artificial intelligence (AI), according to research by leading HR solutions provider Adecco Group.
A new artificial intelligence (AI) neutral network can successfully detect heart failure from just one heartbeat.
The Spring/Summer ‘20 leg of New York Fashion Week (NYFW) kicked off this week, with highly anticipated runway shows using a range of technology to bring a digital experience to the physical catwalk.
Consumers are coming round to voice assistants so much so that many would rather interact with bots than humans, according to research by the Capgemini Research Institute.
Researchers at the University of Oxford have developed artificial intelligence software able to tell the difference between individual chimpanzees in the wild.
Hyundai Motor Group has developed an industrial exoskeleton that functions as a wearable robot to improve the comfort and safety of its factory workers.
The High Court has ruled that the use of facial recognition by the South Wales Police was “consistent with the requirements of the Human Rights Act and the data protection legislation” in a landmark ruling.
Chinese face-swap app ZAO, which allows users to swap faces with film and TV characters, has opened a debate on privacy concerns.
Artificial intelligence has been used to analyse x-ray images of the world famous Ghent Altarpiece, as part of an investigative project led by UCL to use AI to study the work of the Old Masters.
Many enterprises are already implementing artificial intelligence (AI) or robotic process automation (RPA) to manage specific parts of their business.
Alien-like yet ethereal, jellyfish hold remarkable promise for research, but catching them without causing harm remains a challenge.
Despite the UK government’s plans to invest £250m in a National Artificial Intelligence Lab for the National Health Service (NHS), new research has found that public concerns over accuracy, cybersecurity and the limitations of AI-led chatbots could hinder innovation in the healthcare space.
Delivering over 6,000 pizzas, 7,000 gallons of milk, 8,000 coffees, 9,000 sushi rolls, 15,000 bananas and over 3,700 nappies since its launch in 2014, Starship Technologies has rightfully earned its place at the forefront of the delivery robot market.
Segway-Ninebot has unveiled its first outdoor autonomous delivery robot, in a show of confidence of this emerging market.
Chatbots are everywhere.
Surveillance is on the increase around the world, but the extent to which citizens are under watchful eyes varies dramatically.
In the 21st century, the capabilities of digital personal assistants now come close to replicating their human equivalents.
From boardrooms to editorial departments, interest around artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning is showing no sign of abating.
A research project has brought together artificial intelligence (AI), satellites, cloud computing and the internet of things (IoT) to help farmers detect diseased bananas using a smartphone app.
Each day brings a new story of how artificial intelligence (AI) has achieved yet another apparent intellectual feat, often better than a human could have done it.