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Samsung's highly promoted Bixby voice assistant won't be shipping with Galaxy S8 on April 21, as previously announced.
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A.I. in the kitchen: It's not that far from reality
Artificial intelligence will soon dominate every type of industry, even inside our own homes. How can this revolutionary technology help our daily tasks, especially in the kitchen?
A.I. in the driver’s seat with the enterprise
Artificial intelligence will be a critical driver of the U.S. economy. See what IBM’s Watson is doing at GlaxoSmithKline, Staples and 1-800-Flowers.
How A.I. could help United Airlines avoid problems with overbooking passengers
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A.I. player AlphaGo to play Chinese Go champion
DeepMind’s AlphaGo program will test its artificial intelligence capabilities in May against top Go player Ke Jie.
Facebook's M assistant launches in U.S., will offer chat suggestions
More than a year after introducing a virtual assistant in its Messenger app, Facebook is launching M to the masses. M now offers a set of suggestions to help with the conversation being carried out.
Economy boosts CIO budgets, as A.I. helps IBM, says Morgan Stanley
CIOs in the U.S. and Europe are increasing IT budgets thanks to an uptick in optimism, said Morgan Stanley, which surveyed 100 CIOs in the U.S. and Europe.
Google says its AI chips smoke CPUs, GPUs in performance tests
Google released a paper Wednesday detailing the benefits of using its dedicated Tensor Processing Units for machine learning inference, and the results are staggering.
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A.I. in healthcare: Risks abound, but so do rewards
Perhaps one of the biggest beneficiaries of modern technology is the field of medicine. However, now that we are in the age of artificial intelligence, how will it affect the healthcare industry?
Sanbot is the Jill of all trades
With an array of sensors, cameras, a projector, and voice interaction, Sanbot is building an impressive resume.
5 things Samsung's Bixby A.I. service will do
Could artificial intelligence make devices easier to use? According to Samsung, it sure can, and that's what the company is out to prove with its Bixby A.I. service.
Sleek new Galaxy S8 phones feature facial recognition, Bixby intelligent agent
Samsung launched sleek new Galaxy S8 and S8+ smartphones with features including facial recognition, an intelligent agent called Bixby and Samsung Pass for secure e-commerce mobile payments.
C++ toolkit helps shorten path to AI apps
The Neurala Developers Program uses C++ for building smart apps and doesn't require developers to already know AI
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Build a safer smart home: 4 tips to sidestep hacking
Smart homes are using technology to keep us safe, but are they also opening doors to cyberattacks? Here are ways to keep your smart home hacker-free.
Danger, danger! 10 alarming examples of AI gone wild
Our dystopian future of machine learning breaking bad is already unfolding before our eyes
Intel merges A.I. operations into a new unit
Intel's artificial intelligence efforts have been scattered over many different units but are now being united into a single operating group.
The hardest part about talking to robots isn't what you think.
IDG.tv host Jimmy Conrad visit's Japan Factory to take in the latest and greatest from, yep, Japan. If the future is talking robots, looks like it's going to be tough to get a word in edge-wise...
'Artificial intelligence' has become meaningless marketing jargon
Watch out, Android users: A new empty buzzword is in town, and it goes by the initials A.I.
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