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Microsoft, EY launch blockchain solution for royalties management

As a dense system of bespoke transactions, the world of royalties is ripe for disruption by blockchain technology. Smart contracts – the automated triggering...

Survey reveals damaged public perception of autonomous cars

A survey of 2,000 people from the UK, by enterprise information management company OpenText, reveals falling public support for autonomous driving technology. The survey focused...

What automated machine learning brings to the IoT | Q&A Pedro...

The trouble with big data is that there’s just so much of it. Because of that, mining big data for nuggets of gold is...

IBM partners with Box to enhance cloud storage with Watson AI

Enterprise services giant IBM and cloud collaboration and storage provider Box have announced a new partnership, in which IBM will build custom Box Skills using its...

Microsoft grows AI with purchase of machine learning startup Bonsai

Microsoft has announced the acquisition of machine learning specialist, Bonsai. The Berkeley, California-based startup is developing a deep reinforcement learning platform that abstracts the low-level...

MIT introduces brain-controlled robots

Scientists from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) are leading research into controlling robots using brainwaves and simple hand movements. Their work is...

Microsoft slammed for US immigration deal. Can tech industry stand by?

In the wake of Facebook’s problems with Cambridge Analytica, the sense that the technology industry is being held to account by the public –...

Public overwhelmingly rejecting robots, finds UK Robotics Week report

With UK Robotics Week upon us, UK-RAS has released a survey trumpeting public support for the technology. However, the results reveal the exact reverse,...

IBM’s Project Debater AI argues with humans in real time

A new IBM artificial intelligence (AI) system, Project Debater, has taken on human beings in a live debating competition in San Francisco. First the AI...

Robotics roundtable: Should robots look like humans, or like machines?

Science fiction traditionally depicts robots that reflect or caricature humans, replicating our best or worst traits. As robots are becoming increasingly commonplace and lifelike,...

How predictive maintenance will drive the factory of the future

Stephan Romeder, vice president of Global Business Development at Magic Software, reveals how predictive maintenance will underpin the smart factories of Industry 4.0. NEW CONNECTIONS An...

Report warns of DeepMind Health monopoly

A panel of independent reviewers, commissioned by DeepMind Health itself, has warned that DeepMind Health could exert "excessive monopoly power” in the healthcare and...
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