IBM Think 2018: That is where AI can help
Ginni Rometty, the President and CEO of IBM, reminded us that the world we are living in has changed dramatically. Eighty percent of data created is not searchable and this is where AI can really help.
Adaptive compute acceleration platform
Intel's Gordon Moore came with one of the most prominent rules/"laws" of the semiconductor industry, that the number of transistors on chip would double every 18th month.
Opinion Buzz words and the facts
Manufacturers - or vendors as I prefer to call them - have touted artificial intelligence (AI) almost since the beginning of the dawn of the computer. Which was 70 or 80 years ago, depending on how you're counting things.
Microsoft looks forward to working with more primitive biological lifeforms
Microsoft, whose staff apparently have not seen 2001: A Space Oddysey, is planning to jack more AI capabilities inside Windows 10.
267020 Antutu on March 27th
Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S is likely to be the second phone based on the Snapdragon 845, and, without a doubt, it will beat the Galaxy S9 on price and probably on the performance front too.
Open the bay doors, HAL. I'm afraid I can't do that, Dave
For a long time there was a myth that the AI supercomputer in 2001 space oddessy was called HAL because it was code for IBM (the letters shifted by one) and while that was denied, it now appears that Big Blue is set to take its IBM supercomputer AI tech to the International Space Station.
Sadly does not involve the woman from Agent Carter
Swedish funeral agency Phoenix is currently looking for volunteers for a black mirror style AI project.
Star Trek Bridge Crew and AR and VR games
It is not every day when heavyweight of the Artificial Intelligence market, IBM, announces that its Watson AI will end up in the Unity engine targeting future AR and VR games.
Power to do anything
The rise of AI will make hackers even more powerful as they will exploit the technology to mount automated hacking attacks, cause driverless car crashes or turn commercial drones into targeted weapons, a new report warns.
Rudd claims she can block Isis from the Internet
The UK government has unveiled a tool it says can accurately detect jihadist content and block it from being viewed and is thinking of forcing companies to use it.