Former Cisco CEO John Chambers said 20 to 40 percent of jobs may be lost due to artificial intelligence.
Twitter and Facebook are cracking down on synthetic media.
Rather than carrying people it will carry scientific experiments.
Drone Racing League competes with all sports by introducing the first ever autonomous drone.
Vacuum company dispute in federal court.
'IBM engineers have been able to bring information and decipher what the root cause is.'
Outback is going to utilize video surveillance to enhance their internal analytics. One industry analyst says it will become the norm.
Artificial intelligence might be taking our jobs and it is already making our pizza.
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'We found a couple of years ago that we were in about third place on the supercomputers and the administration made the commitment that that's not good enough," said Rick Perry to FOX Business.
According to the lawsuit, Apple hired contractors to access Siri’s effectiveness and the assessments often include listening to private conversations when Siri was accidentally triggered, initially reported by The Guardian.
A.I. Bar, powered by British A.I. firm DataSparQ, uses facial recognition to place people in a digital queue that is much fairer for people trying to order at a bar.
Sparta Science gathers movement patterns from different athletes and pair it with specific injuries to reduce the outcome.
Pro Football Focus (PFF) is an analytics company that is majority-owned by former Cincinnati Bengals player and NFL broadcaster Chris Collinsworth.
Walmart is working to reduce checkout theft in more than 1,000 U.S. stores with the help of artificial intelligence-powered cameras.
Domino’s is partnering with Silicon Valley startup Nuro to start delivering pizza using robots in the Houston area later this year.
Artificial Intelligence will make healthcare more predictive, precise and accessible, said Royal Philips CEO Frans van Houten.
Oracle, one of the world’s largest technology companies, expects its new autonomous database to grow “a gajillion percent,” said CEO Mark Hurd.
In an open letter published on Monday, Google employees criticized the appointment of Kay Cole James to its advanced technology external advisory council.
Budgetary limitations have placed many departments years behind in technological investment, hampering their ability to record and share critical case-related intelligence.