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AI and Automtive:  German Autolabs Brings Artifcial Intelligence to Every Car

AI and Automtive: German Autolabs Brings Artifcial Intelligence to Every Car

Most new cars are equipped with intelligent systems that allow drivers to control their smartphones or make phone calls while driving.

Swarm Intelligence: Learning from Ants

Swarm Intelligence: Learning from Ants

Cars that drive by themselves and robots operating autonomously are an increasing feature of modern life. This is made possible by using state-of-the-art computer technology that simulates thinking and decision making processes in our brain. To prevent the many new road users from getting in each other’s way, they also […]

Samsung Opens AI Centers in the U.K., Canada and Russia

Samsung Opens AI Centers in the U.K., Canada and Russia

Samsung Research – the advanced R&D hub of Samsung Electronics’ SET (end-products) Business – plans to establish three artificial intelligence Centers in Cambridge, the U.K., Toronto, Canada and Moscow, Russia within May 2018 to strengthen the company’s AI capabilities and explore the potential of user-centric AI.

Industry 4.0 – Industrial IoT: Bringing the jobs back

Industry 4.0 – Industrial IoT: Bringing the jobs back

Americans talk about the industrial internet of Things but in Germany it’s called industry 4.0. Whatever the label, it’s the catch-all for the future of industrial production. The automation and mass customization being delivered, combined with advances in artificial intelligence will have an enormous effect on decreasing traditional labor markets.

Mobile Tracking and Drone Control Technology go the Distance

Mobile Tracking and Drone Control Technology go the Distance

In the first trial of its kind in Europe, Vodafone Group has demonstrated how mobile networks could support Drone Control by the European Commission’s vision of safe long-distance drone flights.

Anki Vector: The Smart Home Robot with Personality

Anki Vector: The Smart Home Robot with Personality

So far, home robots use have been rather boring – they do nothing but their jobs, like cleaning the floor or playing music. They are far from being a true home companion.

Facial recognition: China aims for total surveillance

Facial recognition: China aims for total surveillance

Facial recognition technology is penetrating deep into China. Cameras track passengers at railway stations, identify homeless people on the streets, and even monitor worshippers in state-approved churches.

Editorial: Wild Wild Web

Editorial: Wild Wild Web

When we think about the short, exciting history of the internet, it helps first to think back to the events that shaped what we like to call the American Wild West.

MEMS: Building a Smarter Sensor

MEMS: Building a Smarter Sensor

The world is entering a new era in logistics; one where it is possible to oversee the complete supply chain in real time by IoT tracking anywhere, anytime.

IoT Health-Care: A shot of…

IoT Health-Care: A shot of…

The value of the IoT health-care sector is set to surpass $136 billion by 2021. As the prospect of truly connected health care becomes a reality, which digital services should hospitals be looking to adopt to better serve patients.