With each passing day, we’re using artificial intelligence for a variety of purposes and jobs. It has penetrated almost every industry and is helping them become innovative, develop authentic tools, and
Throw out all those look-back reports, analyses and warnings. Ignore the overlong bull, overvalued stock views. They are useless and wrong. The U.S. economy and U.S. stock market now have a new ride, by
It is seen as the tech industry event of the year, and a window into the inventions that will change our lives in the years ahead. But the start of the CES conference in Las Vegas was dominated by a robot
After months of teasers, Samsung-backed company Star Labs (yes, just like the research facility in Superman comics) launched an intriguing new type of product: a virtual human being called Neon. Unveiled
On Friday we wrote about Samsung’s mysterious “artificial human” project Neon, speculating that the company was building realistic human avatars that could be used for entertainment and business purposes,
CES (Consumer Electronics Show) 2020 is only a week away and will start on January 7, 2020. CES 2020 would see a smorgasbord of tech companies bring forth their innovations and projects. Out of a slew
Self-driving cars, iPads, Uber: The technological advances of this decade have happened so quickly that their breadth is difficult to comprehend. The next decade? That, times ten. This time a decade ago,
Machine learning has been trotted out as a trend to watch for many years now. But there’s good reason to talk about it in the context of 2020. And that’s thanks to developments like TensorFlow.js: an open
Don’t take too seriously any speculations about what the next decade will hold. Be ready for another wave of astounding, unforeseen events. Who in 2000 could have foreseen 9/11 or the economic crisis 2008?
The latest industrial robots look like petting zoo versions of the big machines found in many modern factories – small, cute, and you can play with them. But don’t be deceived by their cuddly appearance.
Cory Doctorow is is the co-editor of Boing Boing and a writer whose books include Little Brother, Makers, Walkaway and Radicalized. As the decade draws to a close, let us pause a moment and give thanks
Beautifully arranged rows of bok choi, parsley, tarragon and basil alongside dozens of variety of lettuce grow together in harmony under the pink glow of an LED light in a former sugar factory. Water with