OpenAI, the billion-dollar San Francisco artificial intelligence lab backed by Tesla CEO Elon Musk, just unveiled a new virtual world.
Apple Inc is wading in to the debate over regulation of self-driving cars, declaring it is excited about the potential for automated transportation and calling on U.S. regulators not to restrict testing of such vehicles.
This Tentacled Robot Will Perform Microsurgery on Your Eyes
Just Eat claims to have made the world's first ever online food delivery using a self-driving robot.
Facebook Inc is working on automatically flagging offensive material in live video streams, building on a growing effort to use artificial intelligence to monitor content, said Joaquin Candela, the company's director of applied machine learning.
Siemens is a prime driver of the 4th Industrial Revolution, implementing Smart Grid and Robotics technologies. Technocrats build because they can, not because of a public need. ? TN Editor
Today we Google for information, but in the future, we might not need to.
A new kind of computer chip technology is providing the basis for 'living computers', but it is still in the theoretical phase. However, Technocrats like to predict the future so they will tell us of their future achievements, even if they are wi
Fei-Fei Li is a big deal in the world of AI.
General Electric builds jet engines and wind turbines and medical gear.
Robots don't always need to be built from scratch. In the case of "biobots", scientists have been able to hack into insects, turning them into remote-controlled scouts to gather data and map unfamiliar or unsafe areas.
Robots are often associated with being heavy, mechanized metal objects. In fact, most current bipedal robots are unsafe, unstable, complex, expensive, and slow. The risks, inefficiencies, and danger involved prevents their widespread use and interact
Meet AILA, a robot designed by the German Research Centre for Artificial Intelligence or DFKI. DFKI is kind of like a European DARPA more focused on building robots for exploration and human assistance instead of military applications.
Investors believe it is "inevitable" that artificial intelligence will destroy millions of jobs and that governments are unprepared for such an impact, according to a survey published on Thursday.
In the past, the United Nations has considered the threat posed by weaponized AI, but now the body is looking at a more mundane, but still important, robot invasion.
It is ALREADY too late to ban killer robots: Researchers say autonomous weapons 'have and will become possible'
RESEARCHERS are developing an artificially intelligent robot which will have a 'brain' and will learn like a human child.