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US watchdog OKs robo-doc AI that spies eye disease all on its own

13 posts, Latest by Ken Moorhouse at Thursday 30th August 2018 20:16 GMT

AI image recognition systems can be tricked by copying and pasting random objects

56 posts, Latest by onefang at Wednesday 29th August 2018 04:37 GMT

Judge bars distribution of 3D gun files... er, five years after they were slapped onto the web

94 posts, Latest by h4rm0ny at Wednesday 29th August 2018 18:38 GMT

Smut slinger dreams of AI software to create hardcore flicks with your face – plus other machine-learning news

23 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Tuesday 28th August 2018 13:39 GMT

Everybody dance now: Watch this AI code fool friends into thinking you can cut a rug like a pro

30 posts, Latest by Jay Lenovo at Monday 27th August 2018 17:49 GMT

Game over, machines: Humans defeat OpenAI bots once again at video games Olympics

10 posts, Latest by JDX at Monday 3rd September 2018 17:39 GMT

Teardown chaps strip away magic from Magic Leap's nerd goggles

31 posts, Latest by Baldrickk at Tuesday 28th August 2018 11:32 GMT

IBM slaps patent on coffee-delivering drones that can read your MIND

71 posts, Latest by Christian Berger at Monday 27th August 2018 08:11 GMT

OpenAI bots smashed in their first clash against human Dota 2 pros

23 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Friday 24th August 2018 08:17 GMT

Network monitoring is hard... If only there was some kind of machine that could learn to do it

10 posts, Latest by 89724102172714182892114I7551670349743096734346773478647892349863592355648544996312855148587659264921 at Thursday 23rd August 2018 07:23 GMT

UK.gov agencies told to drop fancy tech or risk 'reinventing the wheel'

21 posts, Latest by Jonny Archive at Thursday 23rd August 2018 16:54 GMT

As it turns out, no, you can't just run an unlicensed Bitcoin money exchange

30 posts, Latest by Charles 9 at Wednesday 22nd August 2018 12:12 GMT

Gartner's Great Vanishing: Some of 2017's emerging techs just disappeared

46 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Wednesday 22nd August 2018 12:28 GMT

Nvidia shrugs off crypto-mining crash, touts live ray-tracing GPUs, etc

17 posts, Latest by StargateSg7 at Tuesday 21st August 2018 01:41 GMT

DeepMind AI bots tell Google to literally chill out: Software takes control of server cooling

13 posts, Latest by chrisf1 at Monday 20th August 2018 13:46 GMT

Self-driving cars will be safe, we're testing them in a massive AI Sim

131 posts, Latest by Justthefacts at Saturday 25th August 2018 13:43 GMT

London fuzz to get 600 more mobile fingerprint scanners

38 posts, Latest by Cynic_999 at Monday 20th August 2018 16:34 GMT

You: 'Alexa, open Cortana.' Alexa: 'Who?'

38 posts, Latest by A.P. Veening at Friday 17th August 2018 17:09 GMT

Meet the LPWAN clan: The Internet of Things' low power contenders

17 posts, Latest by Oneman2Many at Tuesday 4th September 2018 11:09 GMT

Microsoft's Chinese chatbot inspired by images to write poetry

30 posts, Latest by Michael Wojcik at Friday 17th August 2018 16:26 GMT

Boffins: Confusing distributed ledger tech definitions create 'unrealistic expectations' about what it can do

4 posts, Latest by GIRZiM at Tuesday 14th August 2018 21:35 GMT

Medical device vuln allows hackers to falsify patients' vitals

14 posts, Latest by Barleyman at Wednesday 29th August 2018 14:41 GMT

Eye eye! DeepMind teams up with doctors to ogle eyeballs for illness

14 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Wednesday 15th August 2018 11:03 GMT

Now boffins are teaching AI to dial up chemo doses for brain cancer

13 posts, Latest by sodium-light at Monday 13th August 2018 20:37 GMT

Train ImageNet for $40 in 18 mins, a robot that can play Where's Wally? etc

4 posts, Latest by JeffyPoooh at Sunday 12th August 2018 11:19 GMT

Work at a startup? Think US military isn't good enough at killing? We've got the program for you

12 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Tuesday 14th August 2018 08:58 GMT

Talk about left Field: Apple lures back Tesla engineering guru

33 posts, Latest by Jellied Eel at Monday 13th August 2018 19:06 GMT

Clap, damn you, clap! Samsung's Bixby 2.0 AI reveal is met with apathy

92 posts, Latest by MarkElmes at Monday 13th August 2018 13:02 GMT

Need a facial recognition auto-doxxx tool? Social Mapper has you covered

28 posts, Latest by GIRZiM at Sunday 12th August 2018 18:44 GMT

America's top maker of cop body cameras says facial-recog AI isn't safe

37 posts, Latest by Zangetsu at Monday 13th August 2018 07:58 GMT

Is Apple going ease off its HomeKit chokehold? Sure looks like it...

18 posts, Latest by registerous at Saturday 11th August 2018 07:55 GMT

Oomm-tsss, oomm-tsss, Oomm-tsss, oomm-tsss... it's an AI beatbox

2 posts, Latest by Flywheel at Thursday 9th August 2018 10:23 GMT

Wondering what to do with that $2,300 burning a hole in your pocket?

70 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Wednesday 12th September 2018 23:26 GMT

Reckon you deserve a Wikipedia entry? Try getting this bot's notice

17 posts, Latest by Michael Wojcik at Friday 10th August 2018 18:24 GMT

You've heard of Michael 'Air' Jordan – well, get ready for 'AI-R' Jordan

5 posts, Latest by Fruit and Nutcase at Wednesday 8th August 2018 17:03 GMT

Hard to imagine Google, Facebook building AI without (checks notes) Dell EMC's Data Science Provisioning Portal

2 posts, Latest by SuperFrog at Tuesday 7th August 2018 21:12 GMT

Imagine Python fan fiction written in C, read with a Lisp: Code lingo Nim gets cash injection

34 posts, Latest by ForthIsNotDead at Friday 10th August 2018 14:14 GMT

Facial recognition tech to be used on Olympians and staff at Tokyo 2020

14 posts, Latest by Credas at Wednesday 8th August 2018 11:40 GMT

Oi, clickbait cop bot, jam this in your neural net: Hot new AI threatens to DESTROY web journos

61 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Friday 10th August 2018 13:38 GMT

OpenAI bots thrash team of Dota 2 semi-pros, set eyes on mega-tourney

27 posts, Latest by rp12 at Friday 26th October 2018 14:00 GMT

AI on Raspberry Pi, Waymo touts robo-rides to Arizonians, and more

16 posts, Latest by JassMan at Monday 6th August 2018 22:32 GMT

Uptight robots that suddenly beg to stay alive are less likely to be switched off by humans

64 posts, Latest by JumpinJehosophat at Tuesday 11th September 2018 09:53 GMT

The wheel turns slowly, but it turns: Feds emit IoT security tip sheet

13 posts, Latest by RGE_Master at Monday 6th August 2018 12:32 GMT

AI, caramba: NetApp pits scaly A800 ONTAP beast against Pure's AIRI fairy

1 posts, Latest by J. Cook at Friday 3rd August 2018 22:35 GMT

Basic bigot bait: Build big black broad bots – non-white, female 'droids get all the abuse

116 posts, Latest by Kristian Walsh at Tuesday 7th August 2018 08:53 GMT

Arm reckons its 'any device, any data, any cloud' IoT tech has legs

12 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Wednesday 8th August 2018 07:26 GMT

Boffins build a NAZI AI – wait, let's check that... OK, it's a grammar nazi

87 posts, Latest by jake at Tuesday 7th August 2018 01:34 GMT

This is your four-minute warning: Boffins train ImageNet-based AI classifier in just 240s

11 posts, Latest by amanfromMars 1 at Friday 3rd August 2018 16:58 GMT

Relax, Amazon workers – OpenAI-trained robo hand isn't much use (well, not right now)

16 posts, Latest by onefang at Friday 3rd August 2018 04:12 GMT

IBM Watson dishes out 'dodgy cancer advice', Google Translate isn't better than humans yet, and other AI tidbits

47 posts, Latest by Michael Wojcik at Tuesday 31st July 2018 17:45 GMT

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