A day ahead of the AlphaGo match against South Korean champion Lee Se-dol, Alphabet executive chairman Eric Schmidt has claimed that whatever the result, the match is 'a win for humanity'.
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The first to understand the Korean language, SK Telecom's NUGU virtual assistant service is armed with advanced voice recognition, natural language processing, and deep learning technology to help your way around the home.
Machine's complete victory? Not so fast. In the closest game so far, South Korean Go champion Lee Se-dol rallied in the fourth match to clinch a win against DeepMind's Artificial Intelligence (AI) AlphaGo.
Following the historic Go match between Google's AI AlphaGo and a Korean champion in March, IBM will launch a Korean Watson counterpart in the country, slated for launch in 2017.
Samsung has announced that it will buy artificial intelligence platform maker Viv, joining the race of global tech giants to achieve conversational interface.
Darin Graham, a founding member of Canada's Vector Institute for Artificial Intelligence, will be the new head of LG's AI Lab in Toronto.
Samsung has designated neural processing units as being core technologies in artificial intelligence and will hire 2,000 people in the area by 2030 as part of its goal to lead in logic chip businesses.
The AI chip, which uses its own neural engine, is aimed at being used in home appliances.
LG Display has developed an artificial intelligence-based high-resolution content generating technology for virtual reality that reduces latency and blurs.
The AI research teams of Hyundai Mnsoft and Netradyne will collaborate to develop high definition maps for next-generation vehicles.