Machine learning

Amazon is hosting a new conference focused on artificial intelligence to highlight the advancements in robotics. The re:MARS conference, which stands for machine learning, automation, robotics and space, took place in Las Vegas this week. It showcased a range of robots from the ones that could serve you food and drinks to those that can mop the floors and mow your lawn.
Whatever abstract visions we do have in mind, the truth is that artificial intelligence and machine learning are no longer the future, they are already part of our present, our everyday lived reality.
'Garbage in, garbage out' has been a touchstone of computer programming for decades – if you put the wrong numbers into your calculator, you’ll get the wrong answer at the end
Google has announced a brand-new feature for Google Photos that will actually add colour to black and white pictures.
Google’s engineers have created a remarkable app that can help the visually impaired 'see' the items around them in more detail.
There are over 253 million blind or visually impaired people in the world.
Researchers already know that online fake news spreads much more quickly and more widely than real news.
Empowered by Artificial Intelligence, our smart assistants and devices have the potential to identify subtle changes in our
As if there weren’t already enough products on the market, things are about to get even more advanced. And personal.