Makoto Koike is sorting cucumbers using a $35 computer and Google's open-source AI.
'AI writing bot' Xiaomigbot produced up to 58 articles a day for a Chinese publication.
'Without our actions, he would have, he would have hurt more officers,' police chief David Brown says.
Black box recorders still missing from plane that plunged into Mediterranean with 66 on board.
The RoBoHoN smartphone can text, email, call...and dance.
An insane debate fades into an insaner day as the New Jersey governor backs Trump.
The Atlas robot can navigate rough terrain and self-right itself if it falls.
Developed by EPFL scientists, the fingers use electrostatic to grip fragile and hard-to-grasp objects.
The humanoid can remember your name—just don't make her angry.
An asteroid could provide the base for our Empire's digs, Brian Muirhead says.
Sharp's humanoid smartphone recognizes your face, dances to music and hails taxis.
Watch out, crown-of-thorns starfish.
A YouTube comedian of some sort may have been responsible.
British team crashes out in second round of tournament, held in China
The startup has developed robots that can "draw" steel structures in midair, building supports along the way.
The "Ex Machina" director has "huge affection" for Ava, the Artificially Intelligent co-star of his fascinating film.
AI could be our only hope in a world of data and shouldn't be feared, Nikolay Gurianov says.
New research examines how the insect controls its spin while jumping to reach a target.
Ultra-customised products build themselves while car parts talk to each other in Europe's automated factories.
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