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A cutting-edge corner of science is being wooed by Silicon Valley, to the dismay of some academics.
Hardware designed specifically to run complex neural networks could let personal devices make sense of the world.
At a military contest in Miami, a Google scientist discusses the future of robotics.
A robot able to play touch screen games like Cut the Rope can judge whether humans will find a new device responsive.
A technology for reading emotions on faces can help companies sell candy. Now its creators hope it also can take on bigger problems.
Tests of Google’s autonomous vehicles in California and Nevada suggests they already outperform human drivers.
Designs that borrow from biology are making robots flexible, and aiding research into machine intelligence.
A technique called deep learning could help Facebook understand its users and their data better.
It used to be too dangerous to have a person work alongside a robot. But at a South Carolina BMW plant, next-generation robots are changing that.