Google Street View becomes the first playground for machine learning to try its hand at photography.
Ever heard about the board game Go? With a 3,000-year history, this board game is far more complex than chess. That said, some say there are more moves in chess than the number of quarks in the universe. Yet, a Computer Program named Deep Thought beat an International Grand Master for the first time in November 1988 in Long Beach, California. That was 29 years ago. Go on the other hand has been a harder nut to crack, with a supposed number of moves of 10^800 (a 10 with 800 zeroes after it) for every atom in the known universe. Since that fateful November day in 1988, machines had yet to beat a human at their own game.
Graphics Powerhouse NVIDIA joins forces with Volvo to power the future of self-driving cars.
Amazon Alexa enters the mobile space together with one of the mobile industry's most well-recognized brands, HTC.
Lenovo is pushing its latest concepts on artificial intelligence and augmented reality. And it was about more than your usual headset and phone app.
At Softbank World 2017, Boston Dynamic’s CEO Marc Raibert shows off the latest iteration of their robotic dog the SpotMini to the Japanese public.
Every time you create a password, you must make it as difficult as possible, right? Well, turns out the guy responsible for that says he's wrong.