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Date: 16/02/19 AI has learned to write fake news
OpenAI -- a company backed by Elon Musk -- has created an artificial intelligence system called GPT2
Samsung has announced the new Galaxy Tab S5e, a mid-range tablet that the company is hoping will capture people's attention with select premium features and a more accessible $399 price tag
The United Nations estimates that more than 8 million tons of plastics flow into the oceans each year. A new
The soft, squishy device, which is made from hydrogel materials, is softer, longer lasting and more biocompatible than some of the current ingestible stomach sensors that can only stay in the stomach for a few days.
On Monday, Israel-based semiconductor company Wiliot demonstrated a first-of-its-kind Bluetooth chip at the
Postmates, the food and grocery delivery company that operates across 550 cities in the US, has announced an autonomous delivery robot called Serve.
Date: 15/12/18 Ingestible capsule can be controlled wirelessly
Researchers at MIT, Draper, and Brigham and Women’s Hospital have designed an ingestible capsule that can be controlled using Bluetooth wireless technology.
Farmers can already use drones to soar over huge fields and monitor temperature, humidity or crop health. But
Date: 01/12/18 E Ink display lets you write on it as if it were paper
You can already get e-paper notepads that come close to replicating the feel of writing on dead trees, but E Ink thinks it can do better.
Date: 01/12/18 Toyota untethers its T-HR3 humanoid robot thanks to 5G
Toyota just brought your dreams of an Avatar-like proxy one step closer to reality. Teaming with NTT Docomo, it remotely controlled its T-HR3 humanoid robot over a 5G network from a distance of 10 kilometers (6.2 miles).
Date: 01/12/18 Samsung introduced a TV with artificial intelligence
South Korean company Samsung introduced QLED 8K "Future TV" in Moscow, which uses artificial intelligence technology
Samsung is developing a TV system that might one day allow users to flick channels and adjust the volume using their brains
An international team of scientists has developed a nano-scale robot that can 'drill' into the tissue of an eye without
Currant, a startup dedicated to making smart home devices that reduce energy consumption, has announced its first AI-driven product, as spotted by VentureBeat.
Virtual reality motion controllers work pretty well at syncing up the movements of digital digits with your