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Artificial Intelligence News. Everything on AI including futuristic robots with artificial intelligence, computer models of human intelligence and more.
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Making the internet of things possible with a new breed of 'memristors'

mer, 10/01/2018 - 11:29
Easily printable, organic thin films can retain data for more than 10 years without power, work with low voltages -- and become the building block of future computers that mimic the human brain.

Artificial muscles power up with new gel-based robotics

mer, 10/01/2018 - 10:10
Scientists are one step closer to artificial muscles. Orthotics have come a long way, yet innovation lapsed when it came to compensating for muscle power -- until now. A collaborative research team has designed a wearable robot to support a person's hip joint while walking.

Robotic weeders: To a farm near you?

mer, 10/01/2018 - 08:01
The future of weeding is here, and it comes in the form of a robot. Specialty crops such as lettuce, broccoli, tomatoes, and onions may be the first to benefit.

Using AI technology to chart immune cell receptor

lun, 08/01/2018 - 10:13
Scientists have used a form of artificial intelligence to create a map that compares types of cellular receptors, the chemical "antennas" on the surface of immune system T-cells. Their experiments with lab-grown mouse and human T-cells suggest that people with cancer who have a greater variety of such receptors may respond better to immunotherapy drugs and vaccines.

Vision, sensory and motor testing could predict best batters in baseball

lun, 08/01/2018 - 09:02
Researchers found players with higher scores on computer-based vision and motor tasks had better on-base percentages, more walks and fewer strikeouts -- collectively referred to as plate discipline -- compared to their peers.

'Will I look dumb?' Human-like virtual assistants can deter help-seeking

jeu, 04/01/2018 - 15:34
Virtual assistants have become increasingly sophisticated -- and more human-like -- since the days when Clippy asked if you needed help with your document. These assistants are intended to make programs and apps easier to use, but research suggests that human-like virtual assistants may actually deter some people from seeking help on tasks that are supposed to measure achievement.