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NVIDIA: Drive PX Pegasus AI Computer Powers Level 5 Autonomous Vehicles
NVIDIA introduced its Drive PX Pegasus AI computer that it claims can power Level 5 autonomous vehicles. Will Pegasus help show a path to production for the automakers and tech companies working on fully autonomous vehicles?
Latest in Future Tech Can AI Help Doctors Better Diagnose Cancer?
By Adam Conner-Simons, MIT Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Lab · 23 April, 2015 • MIT has developed a computational model that aims to automatically suggest cancer diagnoses by learning from thousands of data points from past pathology reports.AI, Humanoid Robots Enhancing Cross-cultural Communication
By The National Science Foundation · 17 April, 2015 • By combining artificial intelligence and robotics with insights from virtual role-playing research, researchers are pioneering new avenues to improve cultural awareness.Watch a Robot Encounter a Sperm Whale 2K Feet Below the Sea
By Steve Crowe · 16 April, 2015 • At about 2,000 feet below the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Louisiana, the ROV Hercules encountered a magnificent sperm whale. And it's all caught on tape.Watch These Robot Flowers You Control with Your Brain
By Steve Crowe · 10 April, 2015 • NeuroFlowers uses an EEG headset to read electrical currents from the surface of your head to determine different mental states and make the robotic flowers open its petals and change colors.Mini Self-Driving Cars Race at MIT
By Steve Crowe · 7 April, 2015 • Mini self-driving cars race through tunnels at MIT. Watch the fastest car in the group and one that repeatedly crashes.Back to the Future: Autonomous Driving in 1995
By Steve Crowe · 3 April, 2015 • How far have self-driving cars come? You'd be surprised. Todd Jochem shares his memories of a 2,849-mile trip in an autonomous Pontiac Trans Sport minivan that he co-invented back in 1995.Driverless Car Completes Historic Cross-Country Trip
By Steve Crowe · 31 March, 2015 • Delphi Automotive's self-driving car completed its 3,500-mile trip from San Francisco to New York, setting the North America record for longest drive ever by a driverless car. No incidents were reported.5 Experts Who Say Elon Musk is Wrong About AI
By Steve Crowe · 24 March, 2015 • Will artificial intelligence help improve the human race or wipe it out completely? The debate continues.Watch the History of Robots in 10 Minutes
By Steve Crowe · 6 March, 2015 • Why don’t we have robots taking care of our every need by now? A little history of the field of robotics might help you understand how hard it is to get machines to perform tasks, and far we’ve come in just a few decades.This Nano Drone Could Save You from a Heart Attack
By Steve Crowe · 3 March, 2015 • Researchers have developed nanometer-sized drones that deliver drugs to heal and stabilize fat deposits in arteries that could prevent heart attacks caused by atherosclerosis.UK Re-writing Traffic Laws as Self-driving Car Tests Begin
By Steve Crowe · 19 February, 2015 • As self-driving car tests begin in the UK, the government is looking to change some of the rules of the road.Meet the Top 50 Robotics Companies in the World
By RT Staff · 17 February, 2015 • Robotics Business Review unveils its fourth annual RBR50 list of the most influential robotics companies in the world. RBR50 companies were recognized based on their innovation, groundbreaking application, commercial success and potential, and represent many different levels and facets of the robotics ecosystem.Robots to Run Japan’s Henn-na Hotel: No Human Employees Welcome
By Steve Crowe · 5 February, 2015 • A new hotel opening in Japan will be staffed completely by robots that will carry your bags, clean your room, and manage the front desk. The Henn-na Hotel will also use facial-recognition technology instead of room keys.Google, Uber Battle Over Self-driving Taxis
By Steve Crowe · 4 February, 2015 • Uber has partnered with Carnegie Mellon University on driverless car and mapping technology, while Google, an Uber investor, is reportedly developing its own ride-sharing service.Can AI Correctly Pick a Super Bowl Winner?
By Steve Crowe · 30 January, 2015 • Microsoft's Cortana AI says the New England Patriots will beat the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX. Let's see how smart artificial intelligence really is.
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