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Scientists of AI at Google's Google Brain and DeepMind units acknowledge machine learning is falling short of human cognition and propose that using models of networks might be a way to find relations between things that allow computers to generalize more broadly about the world.
If you're serious about typing, there's nothing that beats the speed, precision, and sheer joy that comes from using a high quality physical keyboard.
From smart hubs to smart coffee machines, these gifts will boost the tech IQ of any home office by making technology work for you.
OpenBSD 6.4 also ships with Meltdown, Spectre v2, SpectreRSB, L1FT, and Lazy FPU mitigations.
Apple's chief executive is hoping Bloomberg will "do the right thing" and formally retract its Chinese spy chip story.
An innovative Windows laptop first announced in December 2017 is now, at long last, available to British buyers. But will the NovaGo's 22-hour battery life and always-on LTE connection be enough to open many wallets?
It’s still early days for 5G services, but as they’re being trialed and deployed, they’re on track to have a far-reaching impact for both consumers and businesses. This ebook looks at current and future...
A new study commissioned by PayPal suggests a lopsided level of dependence between the two companies.
Farmers are working with robots, data analysts, and IT professionals to create a "Plantopia" for growing fresh food. A new indoor vertical farm in Cincinnati is a prototype designed to prove that fully-automated indoor farming is not only safer, but also profitable.
Mobile app marketers spend their budgets across a limited range of platforms -- with Facebook grabbing the lion's share or marketing dollars.
Microsoft is testing a preview of a new expense-tracking application for iOS devices. It's called Spend and was developed by the folks who created the MileIQ mileage tracker.