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Manus robots understand your intentions through body language

Manus robots understand your intentions through body language

Over the past few years, renowned Artist and Coder Madeline Gannon, has been exploring on how humans relate to robots. Her study specializes on how robots communicate using their mechanical body langu... Read more

AI labs pop up in Walmart stores

AI labs pop up in Walmart stores

The next time you walk into a Walmart store, don’t be surprised if you find an artificial intelligence lab sitting right there. That’s right; Walmart has announced that it plans to launch ... Read more

NYT seek Google's help to digitize and sort historical photos

NYT seek Google's help to digitize and sort historical photos

The New York Times is digitizing up to 7 million hard copies of historical photos that fortunately survived the flood in 2015 and are vulnerable to deterioration. The newspaper is collaborating with G... Read more

Make way for this new humanoid social robot

Make way for this new humanoid social robot

Furhat Robotics, a conversational AI and social robotics startup make a shocking revelation of launching a new human AI-powered social robot with which we can have normal conversations and get realist... Read more

Samsung opens up Bixby to third-party apps and devices

Samsung opens up Bixby to third-party apps and devices

Samsung is opening its Bixby doors to third-party developers to plug into the digital voice assistant. It’s been more than a year since Bixby was launched, but it was only on Samsung devices lik... Read more

A fleet of MIT drones can rescue hikers without GPS

A fleet of MIT drones can rescue hikers without GPS

GPS is often the most effective and crucial requirement when it comes to hiking and also for search and rescue operations. But there are times when drones and other devices find it impossible to conne... Read more

Currant unveils a Smart Outlet that uses AI to save power

Currant unveils a Smart Outlet that uses AI to save power

Palo Alto-based startup Currant unveils its first AI-powered product – the Currant Smart Outlet. Hasty Granbery, ex-employee of PayPal, founded Currant in 2015 – a startup devoted to creat... Read more