Canada’s BlackBerry Ltd will open an autonomous driving research center on Monday, as it tries to make itself an indispensable under-the-hood piece of the automotive industry’s weaponry in the self-driving vehicle arms race.
IBM and Germany-based electronics company Siemens have collaborated to integrate IBM Watson Analytics and other tools into MindSphere — the cloud-based Siemens operating system for the Internet of Things (IoT).
With an aim to help millions of visually impaired through artificial intelligence (AI), Microsoft India and LV Prasad Eye Institute on Monday launched Microsoft Intelligent Network for Eyecare (MINE).
A research study based on global security futurist Marc Goodman’s book “Future Crimes” was issued recently by Dubai Police to shed light on how the digital underworld can turn advanced technology against nations to damage their critical assets.
A long-delayed European satellite navigation system went live on Thursday, promising to outperform US and Russian rivals while boosting regional technology and innovation.
Wanxiang Group, a major Chinese auto parts supplier which almost three years ago bought the assets of defunct California-based plug-in hybrid carmaker Fisker Automotive, has received approval from local regulators to produce electric vehicles in China.
Facebook’s solar-powered plane Aquila, designed to beam internet to remote parts of the world, crash-landed earlier this year because of strong winds that rendered its autopilot system confused, according to a report on Saturday.
Microsoft has released a set of 100,000 questions and answers that artificial intelligence (AI) researchers can use to create systems that can read and answer questions as precisely as a human.
Imagine your child controlling toys with his/her brain while you get busy with home chores. According to researchers from the University of Warwick in Britain, next generation toys controlled with the power of thoughts can become must have gifts in the near future.
Mark Zuckerberg envisions a software system inspired by the “Iron Man” character Jarvis as a virtual butler managing his household.
The Facebook founder’s dream is about artificial intelligence, which is slowly but surely creeping into our daily lives, no longer just science fiction.