President Donald Trump took to Twitter to disclose he's not a fan of Bitcoin and Facebook's Libra digital token. Facebook's entrance into the cryptocurrency market with Libra, its upcoming digital token. In a series of tweets onRead More
The kidney was ferried to the University of Maryland Medical Center from a hospital about three miles away.
On April 19, for the first time ever, a donor's kidney was delivered by drone to surgeons at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The kidney was ferried from a hospital about three miles away.
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Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are not as complicated as you think. In fact, you are exposed to these tools on a daily basis.
Throughout 2018, you have probably consistently heard and seen these buzzwords thrown around in conversation, in the comments of social media posts, from youtube, or as think pieces from writers.Read More
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency said the money would go toward a strategy that is seeking contextual reasoning in artificial intelligence systems.
For a large part of the twentieth century, there was growing competition among countries to build up an arsenal of nuclear arms, part of what was referred to as the Nuclear Arms Race.
In this century, thankfully, the defense strategy focuses on new and dynamic aspects of defense technology, many of them centered around enhancing virtual reality (VR) and artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities in various ways, with the military in several countries locking horns to establish the top spot in AI research and development efforts.Read More
IBM has reportedly told its employees they can no longer use removable storage devices while at work.
IBM has reportedly banned its employees from using any kind of removable storage device while at work. The news was reported in online paper, The Register.Read More
China's ever-expanding use of facial recognition is proving to be successful at catching suspects. Human rights groups worry that it may be used for worse.
A man reportedly wanted for fraud has been arrested by Chinese police after facial recognition identified him in a crowd of 60,000 people. The fugitive was attending a concert in the city of Nanchang, China.Read More