Neural Covidex, an AI-powered search engine, will make finding coronavirus COVID-19 information easier for clinicians, researchers, and other experts.
Researchers claim that 2020 is when continuous intelligence (CI) will arrive to the IoT space. What is CI, and how does IoT benefit from it?
DeepMind is a neural network that uses “reinforcement learning” techniques to develop artificial intelligence algorithms designed to mirror human thought processes.
McDonald’s is buying AI innovator Dynamic Yield and using its AI technology to serve you a dynamic Drive Thru menu. Here’s how it works.
AI is a big part of the future of IoT applications. Let’s take a look at some of the more interesting AI developments in IoT right now.
We tend to talk about artificial intelligence as something far off in the future, but that’s far from the case. AI is impacting your daily life more than you are aware of.
Future IoT development will be oriented towards using powerful new processors to do AI computing at the device level, which makes it a lot more powerful.
Research shows that artificial intelligence can easily confuse objects when they are viewed at different angles or while moving, such as with autonomous cars.
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?
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.