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Artificial intelligence encompasses a range of technologies, including perception, machine learning, and deep learning. Learn how investors, developers, and end users view AI applications, particularly in connection with industrial automation and unmanned vehicles.

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Cloud Robotics Promises to Simplify Machine Tending

Cloud Robotics Promises to Simplify Machine Tending

Cloud robotics brings the power of cloud computing to management of industrial automation, particularly machine tending. This technology is evolving along with IoT and AI, and Tend.ai is working with major collaborative robot vendors.

5 Autonomous Systems Takeaways From Xponential Day 1

5 Autonomous Systems Takeaways From Xponential Day 1

Unmanned systems are all the rage at this week's AUVSI Xponential in Dallas. From our first impressions, the markets for drones and related technologies are healthy, based on business and technology developments.

How Intel Joule Brings Power to Robotics Prototyping

How Intel Joule Brings Power to Robotics Prototyping

Just as PCs and smartphones have become more powerful at a lower cost, next-generation robots are destined for the same path. Increased processing power will be a main driver in mass adoption of robotics, and chip giant Intel hopes to...

Lyrebird AI Learns to Copy Voices in 1 Minute

Lyrebird AI Learns to Copy Voices in 1 Minute

Montreal-based AI startup Lyrebird has created voice imitation technology that can "copy the voice of anyone" after listening to just 60 seconds of audio. Lyrebird wants to use the technology for good reasons, but it's easy to imagine the technology...