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Robots are featuring more and more in our daily lives. They can be incredibly useful (bionic limbs, robotic lawnmowers, or robots which deliver meals to people in quarantine), or merely entertaining (robotic dogs, dancing toys, and acrobatic drones). Imagination is perhaps the only limit to what robots will be able to do in the future. …

A robot operating with a popular internet-based artificial intelligence system consistently gravitates to men over women, white people over people of color, and jumps to conclusions about peoples’ jobs after a glance at their face. The work is believed to be the first to show that robots loaded with an accepted and widely used model …

OpenAI’s latest picture-making AI is amazing—but raises questions about what we mean by intelligence. When OpenAI revealed its picture-making neural network DALL-E in early 2021, the program’s human-like ability to combine different concepts in new ways was striking. The string of images that DALL-E produced on demand were surreal and cartoonish, but they showed that the …

Significant hurdles leaders face this year embrace managing expertise, formulating methods, operational plans, and organizing worker duties in ways in which guarantee everybody accesses progress alternatives. These challenges emphasize the significance of fine technique, and are important for organizational survival. Vijay Pereira, Professor and head of division of individuals and organizations, at NEOMA Business School …

Tesla CEO Elon Musk said Wednesday that he believes the company’s goal of a humanoid robot is the most important thing it’s working on. The electric vehicle manufacturer first announced its robot plans at its AI Day last year. Instead of showing off any sort of prototype, a person in a robot suit walked stiffly on stage and proceeded to …

Tons of technologies are emerging in all kinds of different fields. To keep up without getting overwhelmed is a challenge. Every new step is labeled as “the next big thing”. Can’t blame anyone there tho. When we are trying to move ahead so aggressively in all the so-called efficient ways possible. When we don’t even …

Research oriented introduction to robojournalism, or automated journalism, and its current state. Have you come across a robojournalist? Robojournalism is an awesome way to produce reports on repetitive events available to people and at the same time letting human journalists focus on work that requires research and human insight. One example of such system is Quakebot …

Will a computer ever be more creative than a human? In this compelling program, artists, musicians, neuroscientists, and computer scientists explore the future of artistry and imagination in the age of artificial intelligence. Today, there are robots that make art, move like dancers, tell stories, and even help human chefs devise unique recipes. But is …

‘Artificial Intelligence’ or AI has drastically improved the world around us in many different ways. However, there are still many notable concerns with regard to its overall impact on employment all over the globe. Many people have been understandably worried that AI will lead to literally millions of unemployed individuals who might be out on the …

Technological Singularity: the moment when robots reach a level of intelligence that is superior to the current level of human reasonableness or ability to predict the outcomes of unrestrained technological growth. As a consequence, the economic, cultural and political singularity of human civilization follows. And although the singularity is still the subject of many Hollywood films …