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17 Oct
Researchers in California unveiled a bipedal robot on Wednesday (October 6) that combines walking with flying to create a new type of locomotion, allowing it to jump, skateboard and walk on a slackline. The robot, named LEONARDO or LEO for short, was developed by a team at the California Institute of Technology's Center for Autonomous Systems and Technologies. Researchers said LEO is the first robot to use multi-joint legs and propeller-based thrusters to enable it to balance and carry out complex movements.
22 Sep
Germany's reputation as an industrial powerhouse could be on the line if the country fails to integrate artificial intelligence technology. Succeeding will require addressing several smaller issues first.
21 Sep
A "super computer" to operate on at risk patients more safely - at the Hautepierre University Hospital in Strasbourg, artificial intelligence (AI) now assists health workers during operations to better prevent and manage the risks associated with low blood pressure.
16 Jun
With the help of a virtual instrument, composer Alexandros Markeas is developing an encounter with artificial intelligence, which plays notes in response to his own.
22 Nov 2020
Research in artificial intelligence is turning to money-making mass applications for consumers in the physical world. The next 10 years could be crucial.
13 Nov 2020
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24 Apr 2020
In this edition, we tell you how artificial intelligence is assisting scientists not only in developing new drug molecules, but also how it's helping predict the most severe cases of Covid-19.
23 Feb 2020
Our guest is Thomas Siebel, an accomplished businessman and the godfather of customer relationship management apps or so-called CRM. He's also the CEO of a start-up called C3AI that has been valued at $3 billion. In his book, "Digital Transformation: Survive and Thrive in an Era of Mass Extinction", he draws a parallel between how life on Earth has evolved through time and how the business world is changing. Siebel believes that artificial intelligence will be bigger and more impactful than the industrial revolution.
26 Nov 2019
In a recent interview on the ‘Artificial Intelligence’ podcast, Musk spoke about the future plans for his neural- technology company, Neuralink.
21 Sep 2019
Muhammad Belgore, Senior Advocate of Nigeria and Partner at Sofunde Osakwe Ogundipe and Belgore Legal Practitioners says by combining artificial intelligence, technology, and existing systems, third-world countries can bridge the gap in development. To discuss this, he joins CNBC Africa’s Christy Cole for more.
8 Aug 2019
Skaterbot uses artificial intelligence to teach itself how to navigate terrain and even roller and ice skate.
3 May 2019
Howard Brown, RingDNA founder and chief executive officer, discusses the impact of artificial intelligence on the labor market with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde, Joe Weisenthal and Romaine Bostick on "Bloomberg Markets: What'd You Miss?"

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