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OpenAI releases eight new simulated robotics environments

The OpenAI virtual spaces can be used by developers to teach robots to hold pens, pick up objects, and much more.

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Asavie and Control bring IoT tech to performance motorsport

New IoT systems from Ireland's Asavie set to put endurance motorsport racers in pole position.

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AI focusses on retina scans to predict the risk of heart disease

A neural network developed by Google and Verily sets its sights on predicting cardiovascular disease.

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The week in Voicetech. February 23, 2018

Digital life after death, the return of the Mayflower, and a voice-enabled flying display. This and more in our weekly roundup.

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400 years later and the Mayflower returns to these shores

The Mayflower Autonomous Ship will be stuffed to the gunwales with ground-breaking tech.

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Real-Time Captcha set to revolutionize security authentication

Researchers from Georgia Tech Institute announce a login identification tool to improve online security.

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Is there life after death? All you need is a little AI and voicetech

Cutting-edge voicetech is being used to recreate us online when we finally give up the ghost.

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AI is shaking up the field of earthquake detection

The neural network developed by Harvard and MIT researchers detected 17 times more earthquakes than traditional methods.

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The week in Voicetech. February 16, 2018

The Chinese big brother and the latest updates on popular voice assistants. This and more with our voicetech news roundup.

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Bitcoins or aliens? You can’t have both

Bitcoin miners are hogging the world's GPUs and this is hampering the search for extra-terrestrial life.

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