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  • What does the future hold for artificial intelligence?

    Andrew Moore, dean of Carnegie Mellon University's School of Computer Science, shares with CIO.com his thoughts on where artificial intelligence and cognitive computing research is heading.

    Written by Thor Olavsrud22 Jan. 16 09:00
  • Imagining a future where new skills are no help

    Andrew Haldane, the Bank of England's chief economist, said that jobs at risk from automation total about 80 million in the US and about 15 million in the UK.

    Written by Patrick Thibodeau23 Nov. 15 14:00
  • Robots to take over the workplace by 2018: Gartner

    ​Robots may start taking over the workplace as early as 2018, with almost half of new companies set to have more smart machines than employees, according to Gartner.

    Written by Bonnie Gardiner07 Oct. 15 16:09
  • Drones get bad cell service, but an old ambulance will help

    In the race to get drones into the sky and zipping across cities delivering packages and snapping photos, cellular networks are quickly emerging as the preferred way of keeping them in touch with the ground.

    Written by Martyn Williams08 Aug. 15 04:26
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  • Are robotics startups gaining traction? Affirmative

    VC Funding For Robotics Grew 36 per cent in 2014. Like everyone else today, robots are following the VC dollars. And while many funding rounds are aimed at the usual industrial automation, money is also flowing to startups developing more human-friendly robots.

    Written by James A. Martin19 March 15 05:01
  • Traction watch: game of drones

    Editor's note: Traction Watch is a new column focused obsessively on growth, and is a companion to the DEMO Traction conference series, which brings together high-growth startups with high-potential customers. Companies can apply here to showcase, or those similarly obsessed can register here to attend.

    Written by James A. Martin18 March 15 02:40
  • 5 Uses for the Surveillance Robot of Tomorrow

    Robots are essentially a self-contained tribute to the wonders of technology. The most advanced models use fast computer processing, high-definition cameras, artificial intelligence and long-range sensors, all of which give you a pretty good idea where technology is heading. In some ways, a robot even provides a glimmer of the future car and future IT advances.

    Written by John Brandon13 Aug. 14 23:44
  • Driverless cars yield to reality: It's a long road ahead

    Take a drive on Highway 101 between Silicon Valley and San Francisco these days and you might see one of Google's driverless cars in the lane next to you. The vehicles are one of the most visible signs of the increasing amount of research going on in the area related to automated driving technology.

    Written by Martyn Williams08 July 13 23:53

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