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Computer scientists repurpose laparoscopy video for medical training

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
(5038 bytes) (2017-06-20)

Here's when robots will start beating humans at every task

Chris Weller
(1412 bytes) (2017-06-20)

YouTube is trying to make a tricky pivot from platform to programmer

Mike Shields
(5148 bytes) (2017-06-20)

Scientists have developed a new way to predict when you'll die

Kevin Loria
(5125 bytes) (2017-06-20)

The Winners and Losers in Amazon's Whole Foods Deal

Craig Lawson
(6176 bytes) (2017-06-20)

Smartphone app detects and alerts sleepy drivers

Hong Kong Baptist University
(3060 bytes) (2017-06-19)

Quanta Computer reaffirms commitment in investing in Taiwan

Barry
(1428 bytes) (2017-06-19)

Computer Science prof recognized as a digital diversity leader

Rebecca Rawcliffe
(4024 bytes) (2017-06-19)

How Facebook Is Stacking the Deck Against the Competition

Leo Sun
(5214 bytes) (2017-06-19)

Experts see advances in AI helping diagnose, find cures for hard-to-treat diseas

JIJI
(6759 bytes) (2017-06-19)

Computer age makes the dandy horse even dandier

Holger
(4337 bytes) (2017-06-19)

Retailers getting serious about artificial intelligence

Marianne Wilson
(2111 bytes) (2017-06-16)

Facebook Uses Artificial Intelligence to Fight Terrorism

VOA
(2481 bytes) (2017-06-16)

It's time for an intelligent conversation on artificial intelligence

Emmett D. Carson
(5851 bytes) (2017-06-16)

University of Bradford team develops digital face-ageing that could help in sear

Chris Young
(2566 bytes) (2017-06-16)

Georgia official discounts threat of exposed voter records

Jon
(6116 bytes) (2017-06-16)

Learning with light: New system allows optical 'deep learning'

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
(5114 bytes) (2017-06-15)

Superconducting nanowire memory cell, miniaturized technology

University of Illinois College of Engine
(5707 bytes) (2017-06-15)

Face recognition system 'K-Eye'

KAIST
(4370 bytes) (2017-06-15)

Development of low-dimensional nanomaterials could revolutionize future technolo

DOE/Ames Laboratory
(4889 bytes) (2017-06-15)

How to build software for a computer 50 times faster than anything in the world

Argonne National Laboratory
(8158 bytes) (2017-06-15)

Patrick Madden, a computer scientist who hopes to bring an 'engineering mind-s

Melissa Healy
(3599 bytes) (2017-06-15)

Facebook teaches chatbots to negotiate for you

MATT MCFARLAND
(1819 bytes) (2017-06-15)

U.S. weighs restricting Chinese investment in artificial intelligence

Phil Stewart
(8426 bytes) (2017-06-14)

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