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Google's AI will help India detect ‘impending' natural disasters

Google's AI will help India detect ‘impending' natural disasters

The U.S. tech giant Google will use AI to warn users in India about impending floods. Google announced its partnership with the Central Water Commission with intent to make predictions with the help o... Read more

Google's “Future of Search” was all AI and learning

Google's “Future of Search” was all AI and learning

Google’s press conference in San Francisco exclusively talked about the “Future of Search”. Here’s everything Google search engine will do from now on. Google.com homepage is g... Read more

Microsoft makes an AI difference to its Dynamics 365 products

Microsoft makes an AI difference to its Dynamics 365 products

Microsoft brings AI to its well-performing Dynamics 365 CRM suite. The tech giant disrupts the IT services world by introducing three new AI-based products to its Dynamics 365 CRM, namely, Dynamics 36... Read more

Ryzen 45W laptop chips are AMD's answer to Intel

Ryzen 45W laptop chips are AMD's answer to Intel

Here comes AMD’s answer to Intel’s Coffee Lake H series chips, that are primarily used in gaming notebooks and other workstations. The new AMD Ryzen 45 watt chips, namely the Ryzen 5 2600H... Read more

Robots that fly like insects? The DelFly Nimble robots deliver that!

Robots that fly like insects? The DelFly Nimble robots deliver that!

Robots are coming in all sizes, shapes, dimensions, materials, etc. So why not have robots that are like insects that can fly? That’s exactly what the Delft University of Technology in the Nethe... Read more

U.S. weaponry is getting AI for $2billion, announces The Pentagon

U.S. weaponry is getting AI for $2billion, announces The Pentagon

The Trump administration’s technology advisors and the DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) have found a new way to compete better with the Russian and Chinese military forces. The ... Read more

One-armed robot developed by MIT researchers is on the ball

One-armed robot developed by MIT researchers is on the ball

Robots generally feed on electricity and work as instructed. The problem is to train them which takes a lot of time so; MIT is trying out something different, engineers have developed a one-armed robo... Read more