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Looking at practical applications within AI in robotics

Looking at practical applications within AI in robotics
Not so long ago discussions around artificial intelligence in robotics were limited to theoretical ideas and possible applications. But now the existing systems are already capable of taking advantage of advanced AI to help make robotics and automation more efficient. And it doesn’t have to stop at laboratories and research facilities either. Artificial intelligence is already being used in production lines and other practical applications.
20th March 2017

Raging against the automated machine

Raging against the automated machine
We all remember Tay? The chatbot from Microsoft, which turned out to be xenophobic and racist and certainly was a lesson in inefficient AI. The experiment, held on a dedicated Twitter account, quickly descended into chaos when the chatbot began sprouting Nazi support and offending Twitter users in various awful ways. 
20th February 2017

Project replicates human musculoskeletal system to advance robotics

Project replicates human musculoskeletal system to advance robotics
EOS has announced its support of the Swiss society Devanthro and the Roboy project at the Technical University of Munich. The idea behind this project, Roboy, is to advance humanoid robotics to the capability of human bodies. The vision is to iteratively improve Roboy models until the performance is comparable to humans in dexterity, robustness and flexibility.
20th February 2017


Chip could make speech recognition ubiquitous in electronics

Chip could make speech recognition ubiquitous in electronics
In anticipation of the age of voice-controlled electronics, MIT researchers have built a low-power chip specialised for automatic speech recognition. Whereas a cellphone running speech-recognition software might require about 1 W of power, the new chip requires between 0.2 and 10 milliwatts, depending on the number of words it has to recognise. In a real-world application, that probably translates to a power savings of 90 to 99%, which could make voice control practical for relatively simple electronic devices.
20th February 2017

Data-driven businesses unit aims to bring AI to healthcare

Tieto is actively investigating new cutting-edge technologies, like AI and their opportunities in various sectors. In healthcare AI can be utilised to get human centric and data-driven health and wellbeing services. To further strengthen its open partner ecosystem and presence in the Nordic healthcare sector, Tieto is joining the Microsoft AI in Health Partner Alliance. As part of its participation, Tieto will receive unique training and exclusive access to Microsoft technologies, engineering expertise and data sets.
17th February 2017

AI and bot-ready architecture on show at TTE 2017

AI and bot-ready architecture on show at TTE 2017
Visitors to Travel Technology Europe (TTE) can find out how to boost business with personalisation and Artificial Intelligence based solutions from travel technology business, CodeGen. At TTE (stand T6) visitors can meet with CodeGen to find out about the company’s latest innovations and witness demonstrations of its reservation platform – TravelBox.
14th February 2017

Welcome to the era of the machine

Welcome to the era of the machine
The 1950s gave us Stevie Wonder, it was a great decade for fashion, and the first television remote control was marketed. Additionally computer scientist Alan Turing developed a way of testing a machine's ability to exhibit intelligent behaviour, equivalent to humans. Since the Turing Test was first used, the world has become fixated on the possibility that, one day, a computer could function like a human being.
10th February 2017

The truth behind new robot ethics

The truth behind new robot ethics
A new set of standards for the ethical design of robots and robotic devices has been released by the British Standards Institute (BSI). The standards highlight the growing need for guidelines on robotic safety, contact with human beings, robotic deception, addiction and possible sexism or racism exhibited by self-learning Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems. Graham Mackrell, Managing Director of robotic gearing specialist Harmonic Drive UK, explains the three things industry can take away from the new standard.
3rd February 2017

Why now for robotics sensing?

Why now for robotics sensing?
Advancements in robotics are moving at a very fast pace, spearing ahead the expected proliferation of robots in new and existing applications. Deploying sensors in robotics allows for the creation of robots that can ‘see’ and ‘feel’, in a biomimetic way, just like humans do.
2nd February 2017

AI uncovers insight into biophysics of cancer

AI uncovers insight into biophysics of cancer
Scientists from Tufts University's School of Arts and Sciences, the Allen Discovery Center at Tufts, and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County have used artificial intelligence to gain insight into the biophysics of cancer. Their machine-learning platform predicted a trio of reagents that was able to generate a never-before-seen cancer-like phenotype in tadpoles.
27th January 2017


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