Offering advanced artificial intelligence, see in the dark capability and improved interoperability, the DCS-8526LH Full HD Pan/Tilt Pro Wi-Fi Camera and the DCS-8630LH Full HD Outdoor Wi-Fi Spotlight Camera are sure to impress. Continue reading D-Link adds two new intelligent AI-based cameras to mydlink portfolio
By using advanced infrared thermal imaging technology combined with Artificial Intelligence, this new Temperature Measuring System enables crowds in wide and large areas to be scanned and can immediately distinguish those with elevated temperatures. Continue reading D-Link A/NZ launches AI-Powered Dual-Vision Body Temperature Measuring System.
D-Link has launched one of its smartest and most exciting products to date, the AI-based DCS-8331KT Smart DIY Security Bundle. A total home monitoring solution… Continue reading D-Link A/NZ launches AI-based Smart Security Bundle
Latest mydlink cameras offer advanced artificial intelligence features and improved interoperability. Continue reading D-Link Expands mydlink Family with New Intelligent Cameras at CES 2020
“We have been making steady progress since we announced our AI strategy in October last year. We promised a full-stack, all-scenario AI portfolio. And today we delivered, with the release of Ascend 910 and MindSpore.” Continue reading Two stunning AI products launched by Huawei
Sony’s new Edge Analytics uses machine-learning AI technology to provide a unique way to enhance and create engaging video content without needing a lot of extras. Continue reading Sony launches first AI-based video and display solution
If facial recognition software and Amazon’s Alexa are held up as popular examples of surveillance capitalism, Boston Dynamics videos are usually shoved in ones face by people afraid of these robots’ mobility and physical prowess. Continue reading AI Weekly: Boston Dynamics Robots are Terrifying By Design
The big chip companies are also increasingly pivoting towards supporting advanced capabilities like machine learning, which has forced them to make their devices ever more energy-efficient. Continue reading PocketAI: MIT Chip Cuts Neural Network Power Needs by 95%
The new LG V30 smartphone, which entered the rumour mills as the LG V30s earlier, is touted to feature a suite of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies focusing on camera and voice recognition. Continue reading LG V30 2018 Version to Offer AI-Based Image Recognition
Dual 20MP cameras, Full HD+ screen and AI Facial Recognition for $799 Continue reading OPPO Throws Down the Gauntlet with Picture Perfect R11s
As of right now, however, there is just one small hiccup – the software mistakes desert landscapes for nude photographs. Continue reading AI “Sex-Offender Detector” Confuses Deserts for Porn
AImotive’s approach to autonomous driving is a little different from that of some of the best-known systems. For starters, they’re using cameras, not lidar, as primary sensors. Continue reading Self-Driving AI Is Learning to Drive Almost Entirely in a Virtual World
It is possible that the phenomenon of consciousness requires a self-organizing system, like the brain’s physical structure. If so, then current machines will come up short. Continue reading Will Artificial Intelligence Become Conscious?
From Apple’s assistant Siri to self-driving cars, evolution of AI has been transformational, to the extent that it seems to replicate human characteristics, intellect and behaviour. Continue reading The Growing Role of Artificial Intelligence in Business
Today, OpenAI announced that they have created a bot which beats the world’s top professionals at 1v1 matches of Dota 2 under standard tournament rules. Continue reading OpenAI create an AI bot that can tilt even the best human players in Dota 2
Alphabet on Monday said it has kicked off a new research initiative aimed at improving human interaction with artificial intelligence systems. The People + AI Research (PAIR) program currently encompasses a dozen people who will collaborate with Googlers in various product groups – as well as outsiders like Harvard University professor Brendan Meade and Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor Hal Abelson. The research could eventually lead to refinements in the interfaces of the smarter components of some of the world’s most popular apps. And Google’s efforts here could inspire other companies to adjust their software, too. “One of the things … Continue reading Google launch an initiative to improve how users work with artificial intelligence