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Feb 25, 2024

These major companies are using AI to snoop through employees’ messages, report reveals

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Lydia Hu reports on the latest artificial intelligence news that major companies are using a new software to monitor employee conversations.

Feb 25, 2024

Texas’s San Antonio airport will get a 420lb autonomous security robot

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The robot, which weighs 420lbs, stands at 5ft 4in and travels at 3 miles per hour, is expected to make its appearance at the airport in the next two months, according to local reports.

According to Knightscope, the K5 is intended for outdoor use and features autonomous recharging without requiring human intervention. Features listed on Knightscope’s website include 360-degree and eye-level video streaming, people detection during certain restricted hours, thermal anomaly detection, as well as license plate recognition.

The city’s director of airports, Jesus Saenz, said that the K5 will be used to respond to door alarms at the airport and will be placed near doors with alarms that are frequently set off.

Feb 25, 2024

Nanorobots in Clinical Practice: Advancing Towards Human Trials

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Discussions are emerging about conducting clinical trials on humans with nanorobots for medical applications. Currently, in the United States, four burgeoning companies are striving towards this aim, working to advance their nanomachines into Phase 1 studies, subsequent to laboratory research and preclinical trials on animals.

The article “Delivering drugs with microrobots”, published in Science on December 7, 2023, has recaptured the international scientific community’s attention on the practical, effective use of nanorobots in Clinical Practice and Medicine.

Its author, Bradley Nelson, a Robotics and Intelligent Systems professor at ETH Zurich, poses a straightforward question: where are these diminutive biocompatible machines, designed to be injected into the human body for more efficient exploration, internal repair, and precise, targeted drug delivery? Researchers have discussed them for years – he notes – yet we still do not see them progressing from laboratories to the forefront of clinical trials. How close are we to this milestone?

Feb 25, 2024

Treating a chatbot nicely might boost its performance — here’s why

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People are more likely to do something if you ask nicely.

Prompt engineering is a weird science. As it turns out, the way in which a prompt’s phrased — down the tone — can influence a GenAI model’s response.

Feb 25, 2024

Robot discovers over 100 new marine species in Chile’s seamounts

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Robots explore vulnerable deep-sea ecosystems only to stumble upon over 100 never-seen-before marine species.

Feb 25, 2024

Microsoft turns to NVIDIA’s competitor Intel to strike AI chip deal

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Microsoft’s in-house chip will be Intel-approved.

Intel, one of the biggest manufacturers of semiconductor computer circuits, has secured Microsoft as a client for its custom chip manufacturing division.

Intel scores a big client in Microsoft Corp for Intel Foundry, its sustainable systems foundry business tailored for making AI chips.

Feb 25, 2024

Humanoid robot startup attracts big tech investors, including Bezos, OpenAI, and Nvidia

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The startup, founded in 2021 by former Google engineers, aims to create robots that can perform tasks that are too dangerous, tedious, or complex for humans.

Feb 25, 2024

DeepMind has found a simple way to make language models reason better

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Logical reasoning is still a major challenge for language models. DeepMind has found a way to support reasoning tasks.

A study by Google’s AI division DeepMind shows that the order of the premises in a task has a significant impact on the logical reasoning performance of language models.

They work best when the premises are presented in the same order as they appear in the logical conclusions. According to the researchers, this is also true for mathematical problems. The researchers make the systematically generated tests available in the R-GSM benchmark for further investigation.

Feb 25, 2024

Watch this humanoid robot work on NIO’s EV assembly line [video]

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In a next-level automation move, Chinese EV maker NIO (NYSE: NIO) is piloting humanoid robots on its EV assembly line at one of its factories.

NIO manufactures EVs at its two factories in Hefei, the largest city in Anhui Province, in eastern China.

Shenzhen-based UBTECH ROBOTICS, listed on Hong Kong’s stock exchange, built the Walker S robot working on NIO’s assembly line. The company says it’s the first time the Walker S has been used on an EV assembly line.

Feb 25, 2024

Don’t learn to code: Nvidia’s founder Jensen Huang advises a different career path

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Don’t learn to code advises Jensen Huang of Nvidia. Thanks to AI everybody will soon become a capable programmer simply using human language.

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