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Articles tagged with: artificial intelligence

Spherical Robot To Handle Tasks Involving Radioactivity

Working at a Radioactive Site for Humans meant a lot of risk and danger of getting affected by radioactive material. Many Nuclear facilities have lost their valuable men while trying to do the tasks which involved radioactivity.

A good solution to this problem might be a Robot. Though robots might be ideal employees for a company because they never tire, never complain, never ask for extra wages and always do what they are asked to do right away.

Xbox720 Will Have Avatar-Graphics

AMD spilled the beans on the upcoming Xbox 720, and having fueled the current Xbox360, we believe that Microsoft will pair with the graphics company once again as has proven successful in the past.

AMD claims that the new Xbox will have Avatar-like graphics, which is a bold statement to make. The company went further to say that each character will have the capability of having a unique AI (artificial intelligence), rather than all of them acting in a predictable manner.

Glasses That Can Read Your Emotions!

And now you can’t hide your emotions even, the MIT Lab has come up with specs that can read your emotion and display it in a glimpse to the user.

The special glasses were developed by Rosalind Picard, Rana el Kaliouby, and Simon Baron-Cohen.

Coming Soon : PCs That Argue Back

The computer crashes and we respond angrily at the flickering screen. But we may soon risk being shouted at by the machine we have just cursed.

Scientists are building a voice-activated device that can interact with people in a “natural and intelligent way”. Artificial intelligence will help it become familiar with a user’s voice, with the ultimate goal of understanding a human and speaking and behaving like them.

D-Wave Releases Optimal Computer For AI

A computer company called D-Wave has just announced that they are selling a computing system commercially, dubbed the D-Wave one. The D-Wave computer is a 128-qubit processor that is designed to perform intense computations. A qubit is the most basic unit of quantum information.

The processor uses quantum annealing to perform given operations. Again, for those unfamiliar with the term, quantum annealing is a mathematical operation where the extreme points of a function are determined from a given set of discrete candidate solutions.