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March 20, 2017
Gill Pratt, CEO at the Toyota Research Institute, explains why it's better for robots to have their heads in the clouds.
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New uses of robotics are opening up in businesses, as applications for the technology begin to expand beyond its traditional place in manufacturing plants. Continue Reading
Machine behavior is an emerging field of study that explores the ways that intelligent agents behave, similarly to the way that many scientific disciplines explore the behavior of humans. Continue Reading
An intelligent agent is an AI hardware and/or software system with some degree of autonomy and the capacity to make decisions and take actions. Continue Reading
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The U.S. and China are the leading countries in AI research and development right now, but nations throughout the world are developing strategies to remain competitive. Continue Reading
New technologies have led to new RPA types, as advances in AI, machine learning and natural language processing have evolved the original RPA tools of the 1990s. Continue Reading
As the number of connected devices grows, AI at the edge of networks is increasingly making connected devices smarter, enabling them to take advantage of emerging smart technologies. Continue Reading
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Several vulnerabilities were found in controllers made by Universal Robots. Discover what these controllers are used for and how threat actors can exploit these vulnerabilities. Continue Reading
AI automation will eliminate a broad swath of today's jobs over time, but some jobs are likely to disappear sooner than others due to the uneven pace of technology development. Continue Reading
Planning, patience, trial and error and a business-minded team approach are the keystones to developing chatbots with human-like qualities that seamlessly assist customers. Continue Reading