Engineers at Brown University are developing an AI to be installed in a Hasbro toy that is currently available as a companion robot.
Imagine the possibilities as well as using this bot as a digital assistant, it could be an excellent early warning system for the owner and authorities for healthcare and security!
An Italian legal research team have used AI to discover that none of the big tech firms they looked into are compliant with the new GDPR.
An exoskeleton is being developed to allow people to do extraordinary feats of strength and stamina.
Aside from the obvious applications in the military, construction and extreme sports, this could give para and quadriplegic people a chance to walk again surely?
As well as fighting aggressive alien queens!
Google is developing their Duplex AI to be on the receiving end of the line in a call centre. But they’re not alone. Amazon, IBM, Microsoft and Cisco are also looking into this.
Do they take strong accents into consideration? I’m picturing a story told by stand up Kevin Bridges about trying to order cinema tickets using an automated phone system with a thick Glaswegian accent… hahaha
It’s a good initiative of supplying the right police with footage of dangerous driving. Hopefully it should help with insurance too.
Of course the privacy nuts are going to have a say. There’s a sure fire way to not be in any footage apart from being a pedestrian… Don’t drive like a moron!!
I’m so sick of Facebook now… so many data breaches recently and now it seems they have a data share agreement with China… Awesome.
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