China is aggressively seeking to dominate the Internet of Things and plans to use access to billions of networked electronic devices.
DARPA’s Fast Lightweight Autonomy (FLA) program has successfully wound up its Phase 2 flight tests, putting its drones and algorithms to the test in three primary scenarios – all without human assistance or control.
Inside the creepy and impressive startup funded by the Chinese government that is developing AI that can recognize anyone, anywhere
Autonomous aerial vehicles known as High Altitude Pseudo Satellites (HAPS) can soar at the edges of space for long periods of time. Now, UAVOS has conducted test flights of its ApusDuo prototype, an autonomous, solar-powered aircraft with flexible wings that bend and bounce to keep it aloft.
The devices may even be implanted in soldiers to continuously monitor their status, the Army’s top doctor said.
A tiny microchip inserted under the skin can replace the need to carry keys, credit cards and train tickets. The small implants were first used in 2015 in Sweden — initially confidentially — and several other countries. Swedes have gone on to be very active in microchipping, with scant debate about
Researchers led by Tobias Loetscher from the University of South Australia used machine learning to understand how eye movements and personality are related.
The claims were made during a presentation given by Poppy Crum, a neuroscientist who studies people’s reactions as they watch films, at the TED conference in Vancouver.
EarthNow is a new company looking to provide satellite imagery and live video in virtually real-time. Its unsettling pitch describes a network of satellites that can see any corner of the globe and provide live video with a latency of about a second. And a look at the startup’s top investors gives a lot of confidence that this thing is happening.
Do you ever feel like somebody’s watching you?