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Pocket Brains: Neuromorphic Hardware Arrives For Our Brain-Inspired Algorithms
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Pocket Brains: Neuromorphic Hardware Arrives For Our Brain-Inspired Algorithms

As the world's great companies pursue autonomous cars, they're essentially spending billions of dollars to get machines to do what your average two-year-old can...

Light-Based Neural Network Does Simple Speech Recognition
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Light-Based Neural Network Does Simple Speech Recognition

While there are lots of things that artificial intelligence can't do yet—science being one of them—neural networks are proving themselves increasingly adept at...

The AI Revolution Is Making Game Characters Move More Realistically
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The AI Revolution Is Making Game Characters Move More Realistically

When we talk about artificial intelligence in games, we usually picture smarter or more realistic enemies that don't come off as mindless automatons.

Dod Successfully Tests Terrifying Swarm of 104 Micro-Drones
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Dod Successfully Tests Terrifying Swarm of 104 Micro-Drones

The Department of Defense has released video of a test of swarming drones conducted in the skies over the US Navy's test range at Naval Air Weapons Station China...

Google Deepmind Could Invent the Next Generation of AI By Playing Starcraft 2
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Google Deepmind Could Invent the Next Generation of AI By Playing Starcraft 2

The announcement at BlizzCon 2016 that met with the most muted response was arguably the most revolutionary.

Google Teaches 'ais' to Invent Their Own Crypto and Avoid Eavesdropping
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Google Teaches 'ais' to Invent Their Own Crypto and Avoid Eavesdropping

Google Brain researchers say they have developed artificial intelligence technology that can form encryptions and communicate securely.

Google Teaches 'ais' to Invent Their Own Crypto and Avoid Eavesdropping
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Google Teaches 'ais' to Invent Their Own Crypto and Avoid Eavesdropping

Google Brain has created two artificial intelligences that evolved their own cryptographic algorithm to protect their messages from a third AI, which was trying...

At the Bleeding Edge of AI: Quantum Grocery Picking and Transfer Learning
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At the Bleeding Edge of AI: Quantum Grocery Picking and Transfer Learning

Don't laugh, but there may come a time when quantum computers are sorting out your grocery deliveries, and if Paul Clarke, CTO of the online food store Ocado is...

Programmable Chips Turning Azure Into a Supercomputing Powerhouse
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Programmable Chips Turning Azure Into a Supercomputing Powerhouse

Microsoft is embarking on a major upgrade of its Azure systems.

Do We Really Need Humans to Explore Mars?
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Do We Really Need Humans to Explore Mars?

The dazzling sunlight that flooded the lake-front restaurant where I sat down with Chris Kraft in 2014 was nothing compared to the brightness in his eyes.

Long After His Accident, Sam Schmidt Takes the Wheel Again Thanks to Project Sam
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Long After His Accident, Sam Schmidt Takes the Wheel Again Thanks to Project Sam

In the late 90s, Sam Schmidt had a promising career as an IndyCar driver, finishing fifth in the championship in 1999 after taking his first win in Las Vegas.

China Is Building a Big Data Platform For 'precrime'
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China Is Building a Big Data Platform For 'precrime'

It's "precrime" meets "thoughtcrime."

Tiny, Blurry Pictures Find the Limits of Computer Image Recognition
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Tiny, Blurry Pictures Find the Limits of Computer Image Recognition

Computers have started to get really good at visual recognition.

For a Brighter Robotics Future, It's Time to Offload Their Brains
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For a Brighter Robotics Future, It's Time to Offload Their Brains

Robots already stand in for humans in some of the dullest and most dangerous jobs there are, handling everything from painting cars to drilling rocks on Mars.

If Software Looks Like a Brain and Acts Like a Brain—will We Treat It Like One?
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If Software Looks Like a Brain and Acts Like a Brain—will We Treat It Like One?

Long the domain of science fiction, researchers are now working to create software that perfectly models human and animal brains.

Prepare For the Part-Time Self-Driving Car
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Prepare For the Part-Time Self-Driving Car

Self-driving AI cars have been a staple in popular culture for some time—any child of the 1980s will fondly remember both the Autobots and Knight Rider's KITT—but...

Air Force Research: How to ­se Social Media to Control People Like Drones
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Air Force Research: How to ­se Social Media to Control People Like Drones

Facebook isn't the only organization conducting research into how attitudes are affected by social media.

As Human Laws Grapple with Robots, There Are No Easy Answers
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As Human Laws Grapple with Robots, There Are No Easy Answers

There's been a lot of buzz about robots lately.

Government Wants You to Broadcast Your Driving Data—Eventually
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Government Wants You to Broadcast Your Driving Data—Eventually

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has announced that it's finally ready to consider regulations that...

10 years of Opportunity: Celebrating the Rover’s Role on Mars and Earth
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10 years of Opportunity: Celebrating the Rover’s Role on Mars and Earth

On January 25, 2004, a strange object fell out of the sky on a distant planet—and when it hit the surface, it started to bounce.
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