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Softbank, the Japanese telecommunications and Internet corporation, will staff a cellphone store with (almost entirely) humanoid Pepper robots for a week.
The MIT professor invented vital research equipment and consulted on Stanley Kubrick's '2001: A Space Odyssey.'
One thousand years. That's all the third rock from the sun may have left.
Women will be the biggest losers as their jobs are often concentrated in low-growth or declining areas such as sales, office and administrative roles, the report said.
Apple just bought Emotient, a San Diego-based artificial intelligence startup.
'This should be a fun intellectual challenge to code this for myself,' Facebook CEO wrote.
From a heartstring-tugging endorsement of virtual reality as an empathy booster, to a frightening vision of a world where computers take over humans, you won't want to miss these intense talks.
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Plus -- Netflix shows viewers how to build and knit electronic socks that could detect when you've dozed off during a movie.
The effort announced on Friday, called OpenAI, joins significant investments from companies such as Alphabet Inc's Google, Facebook Inc and Amazon.com Inc.
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A CRM startup gets the hookup to find leads via machine learning about its best customers.
RoBoHoN can dance and talk with people in addition to performing smartphone functions like texting and browsing the Internet.
The U.S. company is making inroads to the world's second-largest economy.
To be certain that users would not forget who the company is, it announced major, positive news along with the name change.
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