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Phil Oakley, Site Editor, TechX365, 10/12/2017
The human stomach is a fascinating thing. It makes sense, then, that scientists want to understand more about it. To do this, a team from MIT and Brigham and Women's Hospital has developed an edible, flexible sensor to observe goings-on in the gut, in the hope of finding treatments for conditions and illnesses.
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Phil Oakley, Site Editor, TechX365, 10/9/2017
Twilio has been at the forefront of the communications industry for a while now. At its recent developer conference, Signal, the company announced a plethora of new products, but perhaps the biggest announcement was Studio, a drag-and-drop visual coder for the entirety of Twilio's product line up.
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Phil Oakley, Site Editor, TechX365, 10/6/2017
Machine learning is powered by data -- lots of data. The one company that has this in abundance is Google, which uses data from email and web browsing to power its portfolio of products. At a Wednesday hardware event, it announced two new products, powered by machine learning, which are intended to help make the world a little bit smaller and more connected.
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Phil Oakley, Site Editor, TechX365, 10/5/2017
In a move to counter the run-in it had with the UK government last year, Google-owned DeepMind has formed a new research unit, DeepMind Ethics and Society (DMES), to oversee the ethical boundaries around artificial intelligence, in order to judge how far is too far.
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Phil Oakley, Site Editor, TechX365, 10/4/2017
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is known as an extremely articulate speaker. He demonstrated that quality recently at the Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit, where he provided some great answers and viewpoints on leadership, innovation, and artificial intelligence.
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Phil Oakley, Site Editor, TechX365, 10/2/2017
The words "artificial intelligence" (AI) are seemingly heard everywhere nowadays, so much so that it's becoming an almost meaningless term. However, some companies are using machine learning, neural networks, deep learning and computer vision in interesting and unique ways to predict and analyze what their users want from the services they use.
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Phil Oakley, Site Editor, TechX365, 9/26/2017
Nvidia has been developing its smart city platform, Metropolis, for a while, but today it's welcoming two new significant and sizeable partners, Huawei and Alibaba, to advance development.
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Ray Le Maistre, International Group Editor, 9/22/2017
Blockchain startups are on course to attract more than $3 billion in investments in 2017, according to a forecast from Novum Insights.
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The Staff, 9/21/2017
There are many large companies that look to tap into the startup scene to tap into the latest industry developments and, in the tech sector, there are few bigger or more attractive potential corporate mentors than Cisco Systems.
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