Moxie is a $1,500 robot for kids

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The latest educational tech comes in the form of a seven-pound robot that looks like something ripped out of a Pixar movie. Moxie, an adorable educational robot, is designed for te...

Sony’s first AI image sensor will make cameras everywhere smarter

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Sony has announced the world’s first image sensor with integrated AI smarts. The new IMX500 sensor incorporates both processing power and memory, allowing it to perform machine l...

ThisWordDoesNotExist.com is rewriting the dictionary with the help of AI

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Want to impress friends and family with your amazing vocabulary? Don’t care if the words you spew are actually at all meaningful? If so, I have just the site for you: ThisWordDoe...

Nvidia’s first Ampere GPU is designed for data centers and AI, not your PC

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Nvidia is unveiling its next-generation Ampere GPU architecture today. The first GPU to use Ampere will be Nvidia’s new A100, built for scientific computing, cloud graphics, and ...

Australia wins first AI ‘Eurovision Song Contest’ by sampling koalas and kookaburras

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A team of programmers and songwriters from Australia have won the inaugural (and unofficial) AI ‘Eurovision Song Contest’, using a neural network trained on noises made by koal...

How Facebook is using AI to combat COVID-19 misinformation and detect ‘hateful memes’

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Facebook on Monday released a new report detailing how it uses a combination of artificial intelligence and human fact-checkers and moderators to enforce its community standards. T...

France is using AI to check whether people are wearing masks on public transport

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France is integrating new AI tools into security cameras in the Paris metro system to check whether passengers are wearing face masks. The software, which has already been deployed...

Pittsburgh’s airport is the first in the US to use UV-cleaning robots

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Pittsburgh International Airport has put UVC fixtures on its floor-cleaning robots, making it the first airport in the US to test the use of the ultraviolet rays to scrub the coron...

Clearview AI to stop selling controversial facial recognition app to private companies

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Controversial facial recognition provider Clearview AI says it will no longer sell its app to private companies and non-law enforcement entities, according to a legal filing first ...

Go read this report on what Eric Schmidt’s been up to since he left...

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Eric Schmidt, who was Google’s CEO between 2001 and 2011 and served on its board until last year, has reinvented himself as a technology adviser and investor in the US defense co...
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The iPad Pro can now run Fortnite at 120 frames per...

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Epic Games has just released an update for the iOS version of Fortnite that unlocks a niche-but-cool feature if you have the hardware to support it: a 120 frames per second mode fo...

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