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AI tools can use digital footprints to personalise ads

Scientists have found out that Artificial intelligence tools can use your digital footprints on Facebook, Twitter, and other online sites to customise ads you see based on your personality type.

US may have Musk, but Austria is where AI research happens

Austria is at the forefront of some cutting-edge research that stands to reshape the future of transportation, in particular, driverless-car technology.

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AI robots could assist soldiers in future: Study

Scientists in the US looked at soldier brain activity during specific tasks for ways to incorporate AI teaming to dynamically complete tasks and help assist them in the battlefield.

The new Picasso? Meet Ai-Da the robot artist

Scientists have made a robot named Ai-Da who they say will be able to draw people from sight with a pencil in her bionic hand.

AI can cut time needed to process abnormal chest X-rays, say scientists

Researchers at the University of Warwick in the UK claim to have developed a novel artificial intelligence (AI) system that can reduce the time needed to process abnormal chest X-rays from 11 days to less than three days.

Microsoft and Spektacom Technologies unveil AI-enabled Power Bat for real-time shot analysis in Cricket

Microsoft and Spektacom Technologies' new AI-enabled Power Bat gathers and displays real-time data for every cricket shot played for the benefit of the spectators and analysts.

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Magic Leap wants to sell the army combat-capable AR devices

The Army’s program is currently known as HUD 3.0 (for “heads up device”) or the Integrated Visual Augmentation System, and has been percolating through the armed forces for years in various forms.

IBM pits computer against human debaters

Rather than just scanning a giant trove of data in search of factoids, IBM's latest project taps into several more complex branches of AI.

‘Can’t fight tomorrow’s war with yesterday’s weapons, incorporate AI’: DG Artillery

Several scientists from the Armament Cluster of the DRDO, representatives of the industry and students are attending the conference in Armament Technology in Pashan, Pune.

Facebook's AI research team teaching chatbots to talk more 'like humans'

Facebook's AI Research team (FAIR) is teaching chatbots how to talk more like humans and engage in 'small talk' to ensure a lively conversation than what current chatbot models offer

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From AI to 5G, here's what is expected in the world of tech for 2019

We take a look at the top trends of tech to expect in 2019, from the growing using of Artificial intelligence to 5G.

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