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There is no rest for the weary artificial intelligence: In the five months since being crowned world Go champion, AlphaGo has become stronger, smarter, and more powerful than ever. *Insert training montage set […] The post Self-Taught AlphaGo Zero ‘Strongest Go Player in...
Cracking the 'freezing robot' problem requires machine learning and a human-like understanding of how the world works.
Welcome to the supremely fascinating world of object reentry risk analysis.
Opinion: Phone calls from prison cost far too much. The FCC should intervene to help this broken market.
NEWS ANALYSIS: AppDynamics, now a Cisco subsidiary, says it's moving beyond application performance monitoring to tracking the business outcomes of millions of online transactions.
Microsoft has just released its biggest update to Windows 10 yet. The Fall Creators Update introduces lots of new features and general improvements, including new privacy and security options, My People, OneDrive Files on Demand, improvements to Cortana and Edge, and more....
Qumulo, HGST, StorageCraft move in, crack open craft beers In Gartner's perennial game of musical chairs, otherwise known as its annual magic quadrant exercise, the latest object storage square ushers three in and one out.…
Administrator blames credit insurance cuts, online rivals for collapse Misco UK has laid off 300 staff, as expected, after ceasing to trade and appointing administrative receiver FRP Advisory to pick through the ashes of the loss-making business.…
Microsoft is crowing that its upcoming ARM laptops will offer multi-day battery life. And while they well may do that, there's reason to withhold judgment until we know how they compare with existing x86 products. The post Microsoft: ARM-Based Windows Laptops Will Have...
New law defines who pays if your auto auto prangs itself Tinkering with your future driverless car's software and failing to install safety-critical updates will invalidate your insurance, under a newly proposed British law.…
Sweet potatoes and Japan go hand in hand. They’re a delicious treat for the country just like they are here, only in Japan they’re decidedly more popular. So popular, in fact, that JR […] The post This Drinkable Sweet Potato Treat From Japan Is A Delicious After-Dinner...
The city has to shore up its seawalls and modify its sewer systems to fight back rising tides. And it's suing Big Petroleum over the bill.
Also, the US negotiates fighter jet purchase contracts on our behalf Britain’s F-35B fighter jets currently cost around $123m each – and British officials are quite content that the only engine overhaul facility for the stealth aircraft’s engines is located in...
Customers can now choose from two plans that enable them craft Visio diagrams with little more than a web browser.
Trading due to begin on NASDAQ today MongoDB hopes to rake in as much as $220.8m when it finally goes public – a move expected later today.…
Alphabet subsidiary Sidewalk Labs announces a plan to remake the Toronto waterfront in its data-soaked image.
The writer-directors—and twin brothers—sit down to talk about the second season of their hit Netflix series.
Autonomous construction equipment has one big advantage over self-driving cars: They move around a relatively static, structured environment.
Tony Fadell co-created the iPod and Nest, then lost control of them. His latest project could be his most ambitious yet.
Canonical has made available the download links for Ubuntu 17.10 'Artful Aardvark'. It comes with a range of new features, changes, and improvements including GNOME as the default desktop, Wayland display server by default, Optional X.org server session, Mesa 17.2 or Mesa...
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