A new approach to robot learning was tested in Minecraft, the popular open-ended computer game.
Startup Rithmio is making software for wearables that it claims can learn all kinds of movements in just a few seconds, right on your wrist.
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IBM is combining different AI techniques, including deep learning, in the commercial version of Watson.
In its highest-profile application yet, Bitcoin’s public transaction record will help startups keep track of shares and shareholders.
Bullet time has always been the preserve of high-budget movies, but now anyone can create films like this using collaborative photography techniques on their smartphones.
Amazon’s newest warehouse is testing the limits of automation and human-machine collaboration.
Give Google’s DeepStereo algorithm two images of a scene and it will synthesize a third image from a different point of view.
Besides upending an entire sector of employment, self-driving taxis could have significant environmental benefits.
Researchers say Google's ad-targeting system sometimes makes troubling decisions based on data about gender and other personal characteristics.