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Rise of the Machines

Robo-callers, robo-cops, robo-runners, robo-car crashes, and more

24 posts, Latest by John Robson at Monday 14th May 2018 12:55 GMT

Southend Airport tests drone detection system

20 posts, Latest by Psyphr Guy at Monday 14th May 2018 11:23 GMT

Don't try and beat AI, merge with it says chess champ Garry Kasparov

19 posts, Latest by BananaPeal at Monday 14th May 2018 11:23 GMT

Mobileye's autonomous cars are heading to California. But they're not going to kill anyone. At least not on purpose

29 posts, Latest by Brangdon at Tuesday 15th May 2018 09:51 GMT

Top IoT M2M module shipper for 2017 was China's Simcom. Who's surprised?

3 posts, Latest by iotrocks at Friday 11th May 2018 08:34 GMT

Artificial intelligence is good for at least one thing – making hardware important again

12 posts, Latest by I.Geller at Saturday 12th May 2018 13:18 GMT

DeepMind: Get a load of our rat-like AI. 'Ere, look. It solves mazes and stuff

12 posts, Latest by DerekCurrie at Friday 1st June 2018 06:09 GMT

So when can you get in the first self-driving car? GM says 2019. Mobileye says 2021. Waymo says 2018 – yes, this year

85 posts, Latest by GruntyMcPugh at Tuesday 15th May 2018 08:36 GMT

UK.gov expects auto auto software updates won't involve users

48 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Monday 14th May 2018 12:54 GMT

Waymo robo-taxis to accept fares in Arizona in 2018

20 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Thursday 10th May 2018 12:50 GMT

Meet TPU 3.0: Google teases world with latest math coprocessor for AI

18 posts, Latest by TheNotSoEvilEngineer at Thursday 10th May 2018 15:38 GMT

Google's socially awkward geeks craft socially awkward AI bot that calls people for you

56 posts, Latest by John Smith 19 at Sunday 20th May 2018 17:14 GMT

UK's Royal Navy buys £13m mine-blasting robot boat

54 posts, Latest by Robert Helpmann?? at Thursday 10th May 2018 17:22 GMT

Is your gadget using secondhand memory? Predictable senility allows boffins to spot recycled NAND chips

23 posts, Latest by GIRZiM at Saturday 11th August 2018 00:07 GMT

Waymo van prang, self-driving cars still suck, AI research jobs, and more

83 posts, Latest by Charles 9 at Thursday 10th May 2018 11:55 GMT

Congratulations, we all survived Star Wars day! Now for some security headaches

9 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Monday 7th May 2018 22:54 GMT

Silicon can now reconfigure itself with just a jolt of electricity

23 posts, Latest by Sam Therapy at Monday 7th May 2018 21:25 GMT

45-day drone flights? You are like a little baby. How about a full YEAR?

34 posts, Latest by rg287 at Tuesday 8th May 2018 09:03 GMT

Whoa, Gartner drops a truth bomb: Blockchain is overhyped and top IT bods don't want it

56 posts, Latest by GIRZiM at Thursday 17th May 2018 11:52 GMT

Hot stuff: Facebook AI gurus tout new Pytorch 1.0 framework for all

2 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Thursday 3rd May 2018 11:53 GMT

Intel's still-in-beta drone flight planning software gets update

2 posts, Latest by Jim Dow at Monday 24th September 2018 03:15 GMT

Reg man straps on Facebook's new VR goggles, feels sullied by the experience

70 posts, Latest by DropBear at Friday 4th May 2018 08:23 GMT

Doom and Super Mario could be a lot tougher now AI is building levels

44 posts, Latest by Charles 9 at Thursday 10th May 2018 13:53 GMT

Graphene-wrangler Paragraf slurps a cool £2.9m

12 posts, Latest by JassMan at Thursday 3rd May 2018 14:54 GMT

Motorised robo-coolbox biz Starship makes lunchtime pitch to campus-dwellers

17 posts, Latest by Gene Cash at Wednesday 2nd May 2018 02:04 GMT

AI boffins rebel against closed-access academic journal that wants to have its cake and eat it

31 posts, Latest by gizmo17 at Tuesday 1st May 2018 22:43 GMT

Google founder Sergey Brin promises to protect humanity from AI

29 posts, Latest by Michael Wojcik at Wednesday 2nd May 2018 22:08 GMT

Europe needs more dosh for AI, Google's TPU2 vs Nvidia's Tesla V100, and more

4 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Sunday 29th April 2018 14:09 GMT

Princeton research team hunting down IoT security blunders

10 posts, Latest by Michael Wojcik at Saturday 28th April 2018 15:40 GMT

Yes, drone biz DJI's Go 4 app does phone home to China – sort of

7 posts, Latest by DagD at Thursday 26th April 2018 18:57 GMT

Good news: AI could solve the pension crisis – by triggering a nuclear apocalypse by 2040

69 posts, Latest by mutin at Friday 27th April 2018 17:38 GMT

Astroboffins build AI to chase galactic blue nuggets in space

6 posts, Latest by Big John at Wednesday 25th April 2018 01:36 GMT

Cash-sprinkler Softbank and Alphabet hand over $1.9bn to Manbang

16 posts, Latest by rskurat at Wednesday 9th May 2018 05:13 GMT

Your AI pet project is only as smart as its garbage training set

25 posts, Latest by I.Geller at Monday 30th April 2018 07:06 GMT

How much do AI gurus really get paid? And is NIPS such a great name for a conference?

8 posts, Latest by BuggerOff at Monday 23rd April 2018 18:19 GMT

Time to ditch the front door key? Nest's new wireless smart lock is surprisingly convenient

165 posts, Latest by Charles 9 at Monday 15th October 2018 16:08 GMT

Samsung-backed gizmo may soon juice up your smartphone over the air

32 posts, Latest by Voyna i Mor at Monday 23rd April 2018 13:43 GMT

Beware! Medical AI systems are easy targets for fraud and error

17 posts, Latest by allthecoolshortnamesweretaken at Monday 23rd April 2018 11:10 GMT

Machines learned to assemble IKEA’s semi-disposable furniture

75 posts, Latest by Chris G at Sunday 22nd April 2018 17:05 GMT

Facebook job ad hints at homebrew silicon plans

10 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Friday 20th April 2018 14:55 GMT

OMG! OIG to audit SLS: NASA probed over big rocket project's big budgets, big delays

20 posts, Latest by John Smith 19 at Sunday 22nd April 2018 18:51 GMT

Elon Musk's latest Tesla Model 3 delivery promise: 6,000... a week

61 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Thursday 26th April 2018 15:45 GMT

Gang way! Compsci geeks coming through! AI engine can finger fakes on social networks

21 posts, Latest by amanfromMars 1 at Wednesday 18th April 2018 19:54 GMT

Don’t fight automation software for control, just turn it off. FAST

118 posts, Latest by GIRZiM at Sunday 20th May 2018 09:18 GMT

US army boffins use AI to spot faces in the dark

6 posts, Latest by Pat Harkin at Wednesday 18th April 2018 08:58 GMT

Infosec brainiacs release public dataset to classify new malware using AI

6 posts, Latest by Death_Ninja at Tuesday 17th April 2018 10:38 GMT

Wow, braking news: Overworked, tired ride-sharing drivers declared a public health risk

15 posts, Latest by DougS at Tuesday 17th April 2018 15:09 GMT

France wants you to put lights and beacons on your drone

29 posts, Latest by DuncanLarge at Tuesday 17th April 2018 15:13 GMT

The only way is Ethics: UK Lords fret about AI 'moral panic'

39 posts, Latest by Nimby at Tuesday 17th April 2018 12:23 GMT

Boffins try to grok dogs using AI, a cyber-brain charter, a bot running for mayor, and more

16 posts, Latest by Adrian 4 at Monday 16th April 2018 14:18 GMT

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