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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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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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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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Algorithmic trading, the machines that just trashed your pension

What has been happening in the financial markets? And what exactly is algorithmic trading?

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Computational Psychiatry. IBM’s new AI is being deployed to diagnose psychosis

Computational Psychiatry is now A Thing but any widespread adoption needs to be handled with kid-gloves.

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Is U.S. health care about to witness a major dose of disruption?

Heavyweights join forces to transform the quality and affordability of the health care system.

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5G is locked and loaded but who gets to squeeze the trigger?

Much-needed, super-fast 5G connectivity is coming. How to deliver it, is anyone's guess at the moment.

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Snowbots lead the charge at the 2018 Winter Olympics

More details emerge of the roles robotics will play at the events in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

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MIT students go deep with AI to better understand our oceans

Massachusetts Institute of Technology class puts the Heron "unmanned surface vessel" to great use.

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Shambolic conference calls, it doesn’t have to be this way

How smart training and know-how can make Conference Calls Great Again. Bigly.