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Get ready to grab your Google I/O tickets

If you're hoping to attend Google I/O in May, you can apply for tickets to the annual developer conference Feb. 22-27.

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Google crams machine learning into smartwatches in A.I. push

Google is bringing artificial intelligence to a whole new set of devices, including Android Wear 2.0 smartwatches and the Raspberry Pi board, later this year.

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DARPA: We’re on cusp of merging human and machine

Within three to five years, researchers could have a device that helps people with brain injuries form and recall memories.

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Ford to invest $1B in A.I. startup toward self-driving cars

Ford plans to invest $1 billion over the next five years in Argo AI, an artificial intelligence startup that will help develop a virtual driver system for the automaker’s autonomous vehicle coming in 2021.

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Why this company will help change the future of artificial intelligence

For anyone in A.I., things are good. We are at the beginning of a renaissance of interest and utilization of intelligent systems in an ever-widening sphere of influence. But there are growing concerns.

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How Google made 'zoom and enhance' a reality

Cop shows always want to zoom in and enhance pictures of the bad guys. Thanks to Google Brain, we can now do that.

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3 months with Google Home: Fun, functional, and frustrating

The sometimes-surprising realities of having Google's new virtual assistant in your home.


Microsoft's custom voice recognition service hits public beta

Companies building applications that leverage speech recognition have a new machine-learning based tool to improve their work. Microsoft is opening the public beta for its Custom Speech Service.

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From presentation to conversation: How A.I. will transform enterprise apps

Apps will soon shift from dumb repositories to deft assistants.

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Review: The best frameworks for machine learning and deep learning

TensorFlow, Spark MLlib, Scikit-learn, MXNet, Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit, and Caffe do the math.

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Apple collaborates with rivals to advance A.I. research

Apple has joined rivals as it takes a step to advance research and development of artificial intelligence technologies.

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3 ways businesses are saving time with A.I.

As A.I. technology continues to grow, businesses and entrepreneurs are learning how they can utilize this powerful tool. Although it can be used for various applications, there is one thing A.I. technology can save that many of us...

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A.I.-based typing biometrics might be authentication's next big thing

Thanks to advances in artificial intelligence, identifying people based on how they type can now be done with a very high level of accuracy, making it a viable replacement for other forms of authentication on the Web.

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Alphabet Q4 earnings surge on mobile, YouTube

Alphabet reported significantly higher revenue for the fourth quarter of 2016 on the back of increased mobile and YouTube video advertising.

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Google wants to add A.I. to Raspberry Pi gadgets

Google wants to bring smarts to cool gadgets and devices made using Raspberry Pi 3 or Intel's Edison.

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UPDATED: Apple thinks different about A.I., will cooperate with others

Reports claim Apple will join cross industry A.I. research group.

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IBM brings Google's AI tools to its Power hardware

Google has cool technology to recognize images and speech, and IBM's hardware can diagnose diseases.

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Mingis on Tech: 'Alexa, what's in the news?'

Amazon's voice-activated digital assistant Alexa is learning new skills right and left. In fact, she can now deliver the latest tech news from Computerworld.

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