AI and IoT-based system monitors health and safety in real-time and over long term.
Projects that help mitigate the effects of natural disaster include IoT, AI solutions.
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A wild card entrant in the IBM Watson AI XPRIZE, Zzapp Malaria is creating a Waze-like app and AI for precise application of anti-malarial measures.
Determining which treatment of many will help someone with depression is a job for AI. Aifred Health is using a rigorous approach to solving the problem as part of IBM’s Watson AI XPRIZE competition.
Ingrained in the company’s culture, IBM patents were awarded to employee inventors across 48 countries worldwide last year.
Our latest roundup for robotics in 2019 yields glimpses into future capabilities and challenges for cobots, robots in retail, exoskeletons, and driverless trucks.
This week, our columnist looks at China’s plans for a deep-sea base using AI and robots, as well as whether the U.S. might follow China’s model for protecting certain technologies and industries.
In the absence of an international AI framework, companies designing or implementing AI should be prepared for multiple directives.
Working together, companies and nations are forging partnerships to develop and protect innovations in the AI and robotics space.
What do Danish beer, a White House council, and British drones have in common? They’re examples of why businesses and governments should show leadership or address automation fears.
The U.S., China, and other nations are looking to make the most of their AI opportunity in the races for self-driving cars and the world’s fastest supercomputer.
News about warehouse automation, advances in healthcare exoskeletons, and how AI and sensors are helping to preserve a lake topped the readership charts last month.
In this week’s global roundup, Watson Health layoffs could signal an AI bubble, China launches facial recognition platform in Africa, and labor unions continue to be concerned with automation efforts.
From IBM’s forecast of the future and virtual reality to advice for startups, check out RBR’s most popular robotics news and analysis pieces of the past month.
In Silicon Valley next week, NVIDIA’s GTC will give developers support and insight into how to use its GPUs for robotics and artificial intelligence.
India think tank sets goals for AI development, and a report predicts 1 in 3 jobs will be lost to automation in Australia
Among the innovations that IBM says will change the world in the next five years are AI-powered robot microscopes to monitor the oceans and fixing growing AI bias.