For better or for worse, AI assistants are learning to understand context, show empathy and display feelings. So what will happen when AI becomes smarter than us?
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An AI-powered robot was developed to help feed people who are unable to do so on their own as an answer to a request from an impaired young girl.
For everything good we get from IoT, we’re also adding the potential for bad things to happen. Find out about the dark side of IoT devices that you are not aware of.
Smart cities aren’t all about flying cars and robotic sidewalk cleaners. They’re more mundane than that: improving traffic flows and reducing energy waste are just a few of the priorities driving the modern idea of a smart city.
A new survey says that many senior citizens are adapting and that smart home technology could allow them to remain at home and independent.
A vast majority of IoT devices are running some form of Linux in their cores. Here are some of the Linux distros used in IoT devices.
Media aren’t the only ones who think we may see flying cars soon. The Intel drone general manager thinks we’ll see flying cars as soon as five years.
The British company BT is helping Northumbrian Water by implementing IoT in their water systems, with the goal of spotting problems the moment they occur.