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Rise of the Machines

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

Crypto-jackers' best pal Monero resets the 'days since a critical bug' counter back to zero

3 posts, Latest by simonb_london at Wednesday 26th September 2018 12:00 GMT

How do some of the best AI algorithms perform on real robots? Not well, it turns out

17 posts, Latest by Jtom at Wednesday 26th September 2018 19:25 GMT

Microsoft adds delayed gratification to the Surface Hub 2 line

5 posts, Latest by Captain Scarlet at Tuesday 25th September 2018 12:13 GMT

Alibaba crafts AI chips, Facebook uses Bayesian magic to tweak code performance, and more

7 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Saturday 29th September 2018 18:00 GMT

Buried in the hype, one little detail: Amazon's Alexa-on-a-chip could steal smart home market

41 posts, Latest by harmjschoonhoven at Monday 24th September 2018 17:44 GMT

UK cops run machine learning trials on live police operations. Unregulated. What could go wrong? – report

34 posts, Latest by Pat Harkin at Tuesday 25th September 2018 09:21 GMT

Alibaba wants to ship its own neural network silicon by H2 2019

1 posts, Latest by SimonHayterUK at Thursday 20th September 2018 17:48 GMT

Renegade 3D-printing gunsmith Cody Wilson on the run in Taipei from child sex allegations

43 posts, Latest by rdhood at Monday 24th September 2018 13:39 GMT

Microsoft's collaboration software Teams works on its collaboration hardware Surface Hub

8 posts, Latest by RudderLessIT at Thursday 20th September 2018 23:59 GMT

Put your tin-foil hats on! Wi-Fi can be used to guesstimate number of people hidden in a room

55 posts, Latest by Jason Bloomberg at Thursday 20th September 2018 13:49 GMT

SAP claims to be first Euro biz to get seriously ethical about AI code

12 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Thursday 20th September 2018 11:38 GMT

NUUO, do not want! CCTV webcams can be hacked to spy on you

7 posts, Latest by Christian Berger at Wednesday 19th September 2018 12:21 GMT

Boffins ask for £338m to fund quantum research. UK.gov: Here's £80m

43 posts, Latest by Jellied Eel at Wednesday 19th September 2018 10:58 GMT

Hack Google's AI for cash, DeepMind gets cancerous, new Lobe for Redmond – and more

2 posts, Latest by amanfromMars 1 at Monday 17th September 2018 06:55 GMT

How an augmented reality tourist guide tried to break my balls

84 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Friday 21st September 2018 12:16 GMT

Don't put the 'd' and second 'i' in IoT: How to secure devices in your biz – belt and braces

20 posts, Latest by teebie at Monday 17th September 2018 16:56 GMT

Berkeley bio-boffins' butt-blasting belly-bothering batt-teria generates electricity

22 posts, Latest by WereWoof at Monday 17th September 2018 18:21 GMT

Facebook can't root out fake news and hate talk, but – oh look – it has software to catch bugs

11 posts, Latest by cNova at Friday 26th October 2018 21:31 GMT

More millions poured into maws of Sysdig, Burleywood, HyperGrid

1 posts, Latest by mtomky at Thursday 13th September 2018 18:44 GMT

GDPR v2 – Gradually Diminishing Psychotic Robots: Brussels kills Terminator apocalypse

46 posts, Latest by strum at Friday 14th September 2018 09:21 GMT

Wow, great invention: Now AI eggheads teach machines how to be sarcastic using Reddit

15 posts, Latest by Nick Kew at Thursday 13th September 2018 16:20 GMT

Gartner: Governments want to be digital, but just can't scale it up

7 posts, Latest by RegGuy1 at Thursday 13th September 2018 19:29 GMT

Oracle tells students: You're not going to solve the world's problems – but AI and ML might

12 posts, Latest by Jack of Shadows at Wednesday 12th September 2018 23:44 GMT

Unity tweaks AI training tools, makes bid for academic respect

3 posts, Latest by deive at Wednesday 12th September 2018 14:33 GMT

The eyes don't have it! AI's 'deep-fake' vids surge ahead in realism

29 posts, Latest by sprograms at Thursday 13th September 2018 00:41 GMT

All aboard the Hype Cycle! What's DataOps? Well, it has no standards or frameworks. Got it?

10 posts, Latest by Shadow Systems at Wednesday 12th September 2018 06:30 GMT

AI beats astroboffins at sniffing out fast radio bursts amid the universe's clutter

29 posts, Latest by tempemeaty at Wednesday 12th September 2018 10:42 GMT

It's a mug's game: Watch AI robot grab a cuppa it hasn't seen before

41 posts, Latest by Francis Boyle at Wednesday 12th September 2018 15:43 GMT

Boffins bash Google Translate for sexism

66 posts, Latest by Charlie Clark at Wednesday 12th September 2018 09:27 GMT

Cisco shoves more GPUs in AI server for deep learning, still doesn't play Crysis

6 posts, Latest by Korev at Tuesday 11th September 2018 09:55 GMT

US military chucks $2bn at AI, Google touts machine-learning data search, and more

12 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Tuesday 11th September 2018 18:49 GMT

Tesla's chief accounting officer drives off after just a month on the job

98 posts, Latest by BananaPeal at Saturday 15th September 2018 12:01 GMT

What's AI good for? Industrial or consumer tech? Meh. Airliners? AHA, says UK.gov

12 posts, Latest by John Brown (no body) at Monday 10th September 2018 00:21 GMT

Post-silly season blues leave me bereft of autonomous robot limbs

58 posts, Latest by Tikimon at Tuesday 11th September 2018 21:15 GMT

China will overtake America as leading AI superpower, warns ex-Google Beijing bigwig

17 posts, Latest by Ken Hagan at Sunday 9th September 2018 08:03 GMT

I've seen the future of consumer AI, and it doesn't have one

141 posts, Latest by Charles 9 at Thursday 18th October 2018 14:13 GMT

Heart-stopping predictions from AI doctors could save lives

23 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Wednesday 5th September 2018 18:47 GMT

Lights, camera, AI-ction! Robo-drones turned into spies, er, filmmakers

9 posts, Latest by vir at Wednesday 5th September 2018 18:12 GMT

Google goes bilingual, Facebook fleshes out translation and TensorFlow is dope

17 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Tuesday 4th September 2018 09:47 GMT

Huawei's Alexa-powered AI Cube wants to squat in your living room too

19 posts, Latest by Sam Therapy at Tuesday 4th September 2018 03:12 GMT

Huawei first to preview its 7nm phone SoC – the HiSilicon Kirin 980

13 posts, Latest by Named coward at Tuesday 4th September 2018 11:08 GMT

AI sucks at stopping online trolls spewing toxic comments

45 posts, Latest by Michael Wojcik at Friday 7th September 2018 19:53 GMT

Data apocalypse is coming unless you buy AI, declares AI biz

13 posts, Latest by CAPS LOCK at Monday 3rd September 2018 14:13 GMT

Apple sees the (augmented) light, buys holo-glass tech startup

11 posts, Latest by wayward4now at Monday 3rd September 2018 21:07 GMT

AI software may help eggheads predict where aftershocks will strike

8 posts, Latest by earl grey at Thursday 30th August 2018 15:43 GMT

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