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DeepSqueak, the latest kind of artificial intelligence (AI), can decipher mouse talks and assist researchers compare their communication with behaviors. According to Glenn McDonald’s report, researchers of University of Washington made the software,...
A union of over 85 activist teams sent letters to Amazon, Microsoft, and Google forcing them to avoid retailing their facial surveillance tech to the government. The union includes teams...
On Monday, Giant Food Stores declared that it will put robotic assistants, Martys, in 172 stores of the supermarket throughout Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and West Virginia. The robots release is part of Ahold Delhaize USA’s plan...
Amazon, as a paid service, is testing samples of products for CPG brands wanting to grow their trades. According to Axios, Folgers and Maybelline are two brands that are supplying customers with samples of their products.
Kai Fu Lee, a Chinese innovator of artificial intelligence and start-up capitalist, said that 40 percent of the jobs around the globe could be performed by machines by as early as 15 years. This prediction will be...
In Las Vegas at CES 2019, Nvidia has declared that it will be developing Mercedes-Benz cars’ artificial intelligence (AI) structural design. "We're announcing a new partnership going forward, creating a...
Samsung is using Bixby, their artificial intelligence assistant, to gain maximum advantage from the latest surplus of technologies by collaborations as they are in line to grow into an even larger tech titan.
On Monday at the Consumer Electronics Show, Intel Corp. revealed that it is collaborating with Facebook Inc to complete the latest artificial intelligence chip by the latter half of 2019. These chips are...
A group of robots filled with food is now supplying quick snacks to students at a university in California. On Thursday, Hello Goodness-branded snackbots of PepsiCo started their work...
The FBI is testing Rekognition, an Amazon’s facial recognition software, to examine the pile of surveillance footage videos that the organization regularly gathers in investigations. According to FBI agents, the experiment started in...