Facebook AI research's latest breakthrough in natural language understanding, called XLM-R, performs cross-language tasks with 100 different languages including Swahili and Urdu, but it's also running up against the limits of existing computing power.
Social media platforms are racing to fight the spread of fake content. Now Twitter is turning to its users for guidance on the best strategy to implement.
CallJoy's new Call Actions feature lets small business owners customize how the agent will respond to callers' requests for help.
A money-saving app uses crowdlending and cryptocurrencies to improve your bank balance.
She believes that as businesses look to scale artificial intelligence, quantum computing, and blockchain, "100% of jobs will change in the future".
Woodside plans to use the technologies to develop an 'intelligent plant' and reduce its plant maintenance costs by 30%.
The WSJ reports that the partnership gives Google access to health data including lab results, diagnoses and hospitalization records, as well as names and dates of birth, without informing patients.
Witnessing Sophia and Philip K Dick -- they're robots -- at Web Summit leads you to contemplate the future and whether you'll have a place in it. Robot creators aren't reassuring.
Machines don't understand much of anything, especially not things such as ironic speech, but machine learning may be able to assist humanity in some way by counting the instances of linguistic and semantic constructions that indicate satire or misleading news, according to a new study by tech startup AdVerifai, in partnership with George Washington University and Amazon’s AWS.
The centers will be focused on developing applications focused on cities, manufacturing, agriculture and healthcare.
QuickBooks Cash Flow Planner leverage AI to help ensure that small businesses can manage cash and avoid crunches with predictive modeling.
Two years after teasing the idea of a Tesla pickup truck, the company will unveil it later this month.
Microsoft's augmented-reality HoloLens 2 headset is beginning to roll out to customers in select countries worldwide.
The businesses have voluntarily put their hands up to test the principles in real world scenarios.
Nvidia also unveiled the latest member of its Jetson series, the Jetson Xavier NX.
Lenovo showed journalists around its recently opened campus in Beijing, which aims to create a 'Silicon Valley environment' for its 10,000-plus employees.
The monochrome, sunlight-readable displays remain largely synonymous with e-readers, but they're moving into other devices large and small.
Voice assistants like Google Home, Amazon Alexa, and Samsung smart TVs are always listening, yet consumers are unaware that their recordings are held online. Here are some ways to mange your privacy around these devices.
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From standing desks to telepresence robots, we dug deep, to find interesting tech buys for your office.
While smartphone and PC vendors respond to the backlash against excessive notifications, a range of products have been designed to keep you in the flow, whether you're striving for productivity or relaxation.
When machines become intelligent, weird things start to happen. Here are a few spin-chilling stories from the first wave of Artificial Intelligence.
We tell the story of key technology trends from the past month.
Not every business problem can be solved by using chatbots. Here are some inappropriate uses for the AI tool.
This year's version of the annual event for makers shows that imaginative play can come from 15-foot tall robots or humans using no gadgets at all.
The Hillsboro, Oregon lab showcases a range of threats, including adversarial machine learning used on autonomous vehicles, Windows vulnerabilities, medical device flaws and blockchain attacks.
Job search site Glassdoor released its list of the highest paying jobs in the US for 2018, and 13 of them were in the technology field -- up from 11 last year, and more than any other field.
Our analysis of the data that matters from the past month.
Our analysis of the stats that matter from the past month.
We summarise the charts that tell the tech story of the past month.
The GovNext-ICT contract is for the transformation of the wide area network, local area network, and IP telephony environments across every WA Police Force site.
ZDNet's Daphne Leprince-Ringuet says the real issue with YouTube is that its recommendation algorithms are built to push viewers to consume ever-more radical content, according to an ex-Google engineer. Read more: https://zd.net/324RkMX
To stop radicalization, the real solution is to make online platforms' recommendation algorithms more transparent.
John Underkoffler, founder and CEO of Oblong Industries, talks to Tonya Hall about innovative ways that gestures are being created, along with restrictions and limitations that should be considered when creating new gestures.
The 82-year-old automotive giant has announced that it is creating a new startup dedicated to developing self-driving technology. It remains to be seen whether that will let it compete against the myriad new players in the autonomous vehicle market.
Google reckons it has found the way forward to developing a fault-tolerant quantum computer.
Fujitsu Laboratories has developed a technology that is more accurate at tracking complex facial expressions such as awkward giggles, nervousness or confusion.
A team of neuroscientists has demonstrated that an algorithm could be trained to recognise the mental preparation for the act of writing letters, and that it could be twice as effective as existing technologies.
Bulgaria is on its way to becoming a leading fintech technology hub in southeast Europe.
With the help of Harrison-AI, the IVF clinic is preparing to commence trials to validate the use of AI for IVF treatments.
The real-time traffic navigation technology collects data from self-driving cars and transmits the data to those following in the rear for safety.