Governor Ralph Northam today announced that Torc Robotics, a Blacksburg-based leader in self-driving vehicle systems, will invest $8.5 million to expand its software development operations in Montgomery County.
In the so-called first large-scale study of the communications between robotic action and sound, scientists from the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University discovered that sounds can possibly help robots distinguish between objects
An innovative robot has now taken over the classroom in a remote village located in the Peruvian Andes.
Human facial expressions could be one of the keys in building trust between Soldiers and autonomous agents.
Feedvisor, the AI-powered optimization and intelligence platform for brands and sellers on Amazon, Walmart, and e-marketplaces, today announced a dramatic expansion to its industry-leading advertising solution.
Today, SAVORTEX is delighted to announce the launch of its ‘Smart’ Hand Sanitiser, a revolutionary hygiene product designed to help restart the office economy in a post-Covid environment.
While the technology for developing artificial intelligence-powered chatbots has existed for some time, a new viewpoint piece in JAMA lays out the clinical, ethical, and legal aspects that must be considered before applying them in healthcare.
A robot can move more efficiently from one point to another if it comprehends that the first point is the living room couch and the other one is a refrigerator, even if it is positioned in an unknown place.
As part of a year-long project with Carnegie Mellon University's Master of Software Engineering (MSE) program, pathVu is developing pathCollect. pathCollect is a mobile app that will use machine learning and artifici...
What would conversations with Alexa be like if she was a regular at The Second City? Jonathan May, research lead at the USC Information Sciences Institute (ISI) and research assistant professor of computer science at USC's Viterbi School of Engineering, is exploring this question with Justin Cho, an ISI programmer analyst and prospective USC Viterbi Ph.D. student, through their Selected Pairs Of Learnable ImprovisatioN (SPOLIN) project.