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New artificial intelligence can see the age of your CELLS

2018-01-17 1,247

Scientists from Insilico Medicine have developed a computer algorithm that can assess a person's risk of developing age-related diseases, and give medical advice based on those risks.
Hacker in Vietnam stole security data from Perth Airport

2017-12-18 367

A Vietnamese hacker broke into Perth Airport's computer files and obtained sensitive security information. PM Malcolm Turnbull's security adviser says it was a' significant' breach.
70% of Americans fear their job will be taken by a robot

2017-10-22 266

The survey, by the Washington DC-based Pew Research Center, found widespread anxiety about the general impact of technological change (stock image).
In new leap for AI: computer chips that can smell

2017-11-01 196

Talking at the TEDGlobal conference in Tanzania on Sunday, Nigerian neuroscientist Oshiorenoya Agabi said his Koniku Kore device is able to breath in and smell air (stock image).
Sony's AI robo-dog Aibo ignores the firm's CEO onstage

2018-01-10 174

The £1,300 Aibo robo-dog, which Sony says behaves like a real dog and responds to voice commands, was on show at a press conference in Las Vegas on Monday.
Mind-reading Nissan car could be available in five years

2018-01-03 172

Nissan will unveil its Brain-to-Vehicle (B2V) system at the CES 2018 trade show, being held next week in Las Vegas.
Latvian startup builds drone that can rescue people and fight fires

2018-03-29 151

The quadcopter is designed to handle these kinds of tasks, since it's outfitted with 28 motors and 16 batteries that enable it to lift up to 400lbs for 20 minutes on a single charge.
Microsoft is giving Apple a run for its money

2018-01-17 151

Can any sane human being actually spend two or three grand on a laptop?
Volvo to supply Uber with up to 24,000 self-driving cars

2017-11-20 124

Uber plans to buy up to 24,000 self-driving cars from Volvo, marking the transition of the U.S. firm from an app used to summon a taxi to the owner and operator of a fleet of cars.
'Blade Runner' AI that can make grainy images razor sharp

2017-11-07 122

Researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems have unveiled a Blade Runner-style AI dubbed EnhanceNet, that can enhance pixelated images.
Artificial intelligence can guess your personality based on a SELFIE

2020-05-22 117

The system was created by researches from two Moscow universities, HSE University (Higher School of Economics) and Open University for the Humanities and Economics.
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2019-01-02 111 AI

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Scientists have created an AI inside a test tube using strands of DNA

2018-07-06 98

Experts at Caltech chose a classic challenge for electronic artificial neural networks, recognising handwriting, a significant step in demonstrating the ability to program AI into man-made organic circuits
World's first personless bank branch where humanoids manage EVERYTHING opens

2018-09-27 93

State-owned Beijing-based China Construction Bank (CCB) says its unmanned Shanghai branch will make banking more convenient and efficient.
Humans will have a 'robot second-self'

2018-01-19 87

Brad Smith, president of the Redmond, Washington firm, and AI researcher Harry Shum have written a book detailing their predictions for the future of AI, including machines that think like us.
Footage shows EHang's driverless megadrone in action

2018-09-24 83

The company claims to have tested the drone (pictured) with 40 different passengers, including Wang Dong, the deputy mayor of Guangzhou, China, where the tests have been carried out.
Mind-reading machine can translate your thoughts and display as text

2018-03-31 79

Scientists from the University of California claim to have developed a machine that can interpret and translate your thoughts into words in real time, with a 90 per cent accuracy.
Facial recognition technology will be rolled out at 20 major US airports by 2021

2019-03-13 71

Controversial facial recognition technology is being hurried through by the Trump administration and could affect 100m passengers at the 20 top airports in the United States by 2021 (file image)
Artist uses artificial intelligence to reveal what famous historical figures actually looked like

2020-07-02 69

Artist Bas Uterwijk, from Amsterdam, uses a sophisticated AI software that recognises common facial features to make realistic photo-style portraits of famous figures.
'Two thirds of coronavirus cases in Britain are going undiagnosed'

2020-05-09 65

Professor Tim Spector, a leading genetic epidemiologist, said the failure to class common symptoms in with the dry cough and fever has led to statisticians collecting data which is 'nonsense'.