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Monarch Tractor’s all-electric, self-driving tractor could save farmers money, while also benefiting the environment.
Researchers build AI to predict dementia and mild cognitive impairment in older drivers based on driving data.
Mind Bank Ai wants to create a “personal digital twin” of you to forever be around. Is AI eternity around the corner?
To highlight the problem of “deepfake geography,” University of Washington researchers built AIs to create and detect the fake satellite images.
Carbon Robotics’ Autonomous Weeder is a smart farming robot that identifies weeds and then kills them using high-power lasers.
This robot’s thought process isn’t a secret — researchers gave the AI the ability to share its internal monologue with humans.
NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter has made history on Mars, achieving the first controlled flight on another planet.
A pair of robot legs were able to teach themselves to walk thanks to a unique twist on reinforcement learning, a common AI training technique.
You can now buy a reconstructed piece of lost art discovered lurking beneath a famous Picasso painting.
A team of researchers has developed an algorithm to measure pulse and respiration rate during a telehealth appointment using your device’s camera.
A military school recently used Spot, a robot dog developed by Boston Dynamics, during combat training exercises.
Food waste makes up nearly a quarter of landfill material. A new startup aims to change that by automating the process of trucking produce with artificial intelligence.
Boston Dynamics’ second commercial offering is a warehouse robot named Stretch that can lift and move 800, 50-pound boxes every hour.
Functional ultrasound tech can be used to map the brain activity of monkeys, suggesting it might be useful for future brain-machine interfaces.
IBM’s Project Debater is trained to quickly craft well-researched arguments — and the AI debater could one day improve your decision making.
An AI backpack powered by Intel technology “sees” for visually impaired people, letting them know about any potential obstacles in their path.
In just a few minutes, Hour One can produce a digital twin of anyone, capturing their likeness, expressions, and voice.
For SXSW’s AI Painting Project, a robot arm was trained to generate paintings based on given concepts and using a limited number of brushstrokes.