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Rise of the Machines

Google flings $25m at Social Good AI contest, Baidu's whips up neural-net camera to treat eye diseases, and more

6 posts, Latest by Pascal Monett at Monday 5th November 2018 11:18 GMT

Now Europe wants a four-million-quid AI-powered lie detector at border checkpoints

113 posts, Latest by Loyal Commenter at Thursday 8th November 2018 13:15 GMT

'Privacy is a human right': Big cheese Sat-Nad lays out Microsoft's stall at Future Decoded

46 posts, Latest by JohnFen at Monday 5th November 2018 17:25 GMT

IBM struggles to sign up shipping carriers to blockchain supply chain platform – reports

14 posts, Latest by Christian Berger at Wednesday 31st October 2018 12:48 GMT

It's raining drones, but just one specimen: DJI's Matrice 200 quadcopter

30 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Friday 2nd November 2018 12:02 GMT

AI can predict the structure of chemical compounds thousands of times faster than quantum chemistry

26 posts, Latest by Loyal Commenter at Wednesday 31st October 2018 13:18 GMT

Amazon's neural net offer to border cops, Waymo charges fares, the first AI portrait sold at auction, and more

5 posts, Latest by cNova at Monday 29th October 2018 20:18 GMT

Top AI conference NIPS won't change its name amid growing protest over 'bad taste' acronym

78 posts, Latest by Mycho at Wednesday 31st October 2018 13:46 GMT

It's OK, you can pick up real-time IoT analytics – it won't bite... unless you ignore this advice

3 posts, Latest by GSTZ at Wednesday 31st October 2018 17:05 GMT

Should a robo-car run over a kid or a grandad? Healthy or ill person? Let's get millions of folks to decide for AI...

205 posts, Latest by David Woodhead at Wednesday 31st October 2018 18:04 GMT

Excuse me, but have you heard the teachings of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Chr-AI-st?

56 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Saturday 27th October 2018 03:17 GMT

UK.gov should spend more on AI, bleat VCs and consultants. Oh? Why's that then?

30 posts, Latest by Nick Ryan at Saturday 27th October 2018 20:19 GMT

It only took Oz govt transformation bods 6 months and $700k to report that blockchain ain't worth the effort

55 posts, Latest by Nano nano at Wednesday 7th November 2018 12:24 GMT

Linguists, update your resumes because Baidu thinks it has cracked fast AI translation

43 posts, Latest by Jan 0 at Thursday 25th October 2018 20:12 GMT

AI clinician trained to save humans from sepsis – and, er, let's just say you should stick to your human doctor

46 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Wednesday 24th October 2018 21:20 GMT

Need a modest Arm Cortex-A CPU in your custom chip? Just apply online. Plus $125,000

11 posts, Latest by Robert Forsyth at Thursday 1st November 2018 23:52 GMT

A DeepMind library to help build reinforcement learning bots, and how Google's Pixel 3 cameras handle zoom

24 posts, Latest by amanfromMars 1 at Monday 22nd October 2018 18:12 GMT

Anonymous Amazonian demands withdrawal of face-recog kit from sale

19 posts, Latest by Nicked at Sunday 21st October 2018 22:22 GMT

Finally, a use for AI and good old-fashioned simulations: Hunting down E.T. in outer space

5 posts, Latest by DJO at Tuesday 23rd October 2018 21:39 GMT

Arm PSA IoT API? BRB... Toolbox of tech to secure net-connected kit opens up some more

1 posts, Latest by DropBear at Thursday 18th October 2018 07:58 GMT

EU aren't kidding: Sky watchdog breathes life into mad air taxi ideas

49 posts, Latest by Peter2 at Friday 19th October 2018 10:54 GMT

Alexa heard what you did last summer – and she knows what that was, too: AI recognizes activities from sound

100 posts, Latest by johnfisher at Friday 26th October 2018 14:01 GMT

GCHQ asks tech firms to pretty please make IoT devices secure

31 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Tuesday 16th October 2018 21:34 GMT

Enterprise IoT security sucks so much, it's made Intel and Arm work together to tackle it

3 posts, Latest by SomeIoTSecGuy at Tuesday 16th October 2018 20:55 GMT

Amazon's sexist AI recruiter, Nvidia gets busy, Waymo cars rack up 10 million road miles

30 posts, Latest by Alan Brown at Monday 15th October 2018 20:20 GMT

AI's next battlefield is literally the battlefield: In 20 years, bots will fight our wars – Army boffin

112 posts, Latest by Charles 9 at Saturday 20th October 2018 09:32 GMT

Yale Weds: Just some system maintenance, nothing to worry about. Yale Thurs: Nobody's smart alarm app works

83 posts, Latest by imanidiot at Monday 15th October 2018 13:45 GMT

Those Stanford whiz kids have done it again. Now a chatty AI bot to negotiate sales for you with Craigslist riffraff

10 posts, Latest by DCFusor at Sunday 14th October 2018 18:01 GMT

AI lifeline to help devs craft smartmobe apps that suck a whole lot less... battery capacity

5 posts, Latest by ITS Retired at Wednesday 10th October 2018 23:54 GMT

Hey you know what the smart-home world really needs right now? Yup, Google screaming in

27 posts, Latest by Allan Broad at Thursday 11th October 2018 17:34 GMT

Self-driving cars may not have steering wheels in future, dev preview for PyTorch 1.0 is here, etc

31 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Tuesday 9th October 2018 10:07 GMT

Uncle Sam gives itself the right to shoot down any drone, anywhere, any time, any how

100 posts, Latest by jake at Tuesday 23rd October 2018 16:06 GMT

Microsoft open-sources Infer.NET AI code just in time for the weekend

6 posts, Latest by Michael Wojcik at Wednesday 10th October 2018 20:52 GMT

AI trained to sniff out fake news online may itself be fake news: Bot has mixed results in classifying legit titles

18 posts, Latest by DougS at Saturday 6th October 2018 07:26 GMT

Databricks pushes machine learning on easy mode: Rock star data scientist, meet sweaty engineer

5 posts, Latest by Korev at Friday 5th October 2018 08:54 GMT

California cracks down on Internet of Crap passwords with new law to stop the botnets

73 posts, Latest by Charles 9 at Saturday 6th October 2018 08:45 GMT

Python lovers, here's a library that will help you master AI as a newbie

37 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Friday 12th October 2018 07:06 GMT

I like BigGANs but their pics do lie, you other AIs can't deny

22 posts, Latest by Eddy Ito at Wednesday 3rd October 2018 14:04 GMT

Free for every Reg reader – and everyone else, too: Arm Cortex-M CPUs for Xilinx FPGAs

15 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Wednesday 3rd October 2018 15:45 GMT

US Senators want more AI, while Microsoftie Paul Allen wants to use it to save wildlife, etc

4 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Monday 1st October 2018 11:24 GMT

VR going mainstream? Yeah, next year, says Facebook, for the third year in a row

26 posts, Latest by BinkyTheMagicPaperclip at Tuesday 2nd October 2018 10:30 GMT

Fuzzy logic makes a comeback – in picking where Earth sticks its probes into alien worlds

9 posts, Latest by Glen 1 at Sunday 30th September 2018 16:13 GMT

Virtual reality saves wannabe prison officers from actually, you know, having to visit

9 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Friday 28th September 2018 05:12 GMT

Offline (if that's how you like it): Microsoft Azure IoT Edge

3 posts, Latest by karlkarl at Thursday 27th September 2018 16:07 GMT

Open-source boffins want to do for the IoT edge what Kubernetes did for containers

5 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Sunday 30th September 2018 23:27 GMT

Forget dumping games designers for AI – turns out it takes two to tango

6 posts, Latest by Destroy All Monsters at Thursday 27th September 2018 22:32 GMT

IT bosses worried about network security reckon AI Jesus can save them, says Oracle survey

8 posts, Latest by cbars at Thursday 27th September 2018 20:57 GMT

Take the wheel, Arm tells its notebook-grade Cortex-A76 CPU: Now you're a robo-ride brain

18 posts, Latest by Charles 9 at Thursday 27th September 2018 11:31 GMT

Building your own PC for AI is 10x cheaper than renting out GPUs on cloud, apparently

31 posts, Latest by Tom 7 at Thursday 27th September 2018 11:38 GMT

US government use of AI is shoddy and failing citizens – because no one knows how it works

10 posts, Latest by LucreLout at Thursday 27th September 2018 07:59 GMT

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