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Glassbeam AI for health tech systems could cure expensive ailments

A new AI system could help hospitals keep their expensive medical equipment healthy by scanning for problems before they become expensive to fix. Data analytics...

NEWSBYTE: ARM launches scalable chips for IoT machine learning

Semiconductor and software giant ARM has announced a new range of scalable processors designed to deliver enhanced machine-learning capabilities to IoT devices. The Softbank-owned company,...

MIT’s NanoMap helps drones to navigate safely at high speed

Researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have developed a sophisticated computer vision system for flying robots. NanoMap allows drones to navigate through...

New AI tool decreases test time to find bugs in apps

Eggplant AI software testing tool mimics user interactions to find faults in new software. A new artificial intelligence tool could cut down on the time...

Analysis: Oracle says autonomy now, AI with everything by 2020

Oracle is automating and AI-enables its cloud platform. But is AI simply the new direct debit? Chris Middleton reports. Oracle has announced that it is...

Analysis: Why Uber and Waymo parked their self-drive dispute

Dispute comes to abrupt end as Uber pays out $245 million to self-driving rival. Uber and Waymo have settled their dispute over stolen trade secrets. The...

Perfect storm blows healthtech towards IoT cures

A perfect storm of societal changes and converging technologies is driving both innovation and mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity in the healthtech sector, says a...

Police need AI to help with surge in evidential data

The police should make wider use of AI to prevent themselves from being overwhelmed by the amounts of data now involved in investigations, according...

Analysis: Intel’s Vaunt smart glasses promise an end to ‘glassholes’

Unlike most hardware that has transformative ambitions, Intel's 'Vaunt' smart glasses are designed to be inconspicuous. It's fair to say that Google's first foray into smart...