Archive | February, 2019

Announcing the Agenda for TC Sessions: Robotics + AI at UC Berkeley on April 18

We’re bringing TC Sessions: Robotics + AI back to UC Berkeley on April 18, and we’re excited to announce our jam-packed agenda that highlights the best and brightest in robotics and — new…

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Daimler and BMW to Co-Develop Next Generation of Self-Drive Cars

Daimler AG and BMW AG have agreed to cooperate on developing self-driving cars, the latest move by the luxury-car rivals to share costs as a technology shift shakes up the industry.

The German manufacturers have signed a memorandum of understanding to…

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Japan Saw 7000 Crypto-Related Money Laundering Cases in 2018

The authorities are exploring to integrate artificial intelligence to bust such crimes.

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AI2’s Oren Etzioni to entrepreneurs: It’s not too late to ride the machine-learning wave

Oren Etzioni, CEO of the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence, answers questions during a chat moderated by Mike Grabham, director of the Seattle chapter of Startup Grind. (GeekWire Photo / Alan Boyle)

It may seem as if everyone’s already on the…

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Here is the world’s first robotics museum–built by robots, of course

The first exhibition of Seoul’s Robot Museum will be the robots building the museum itself.

Seoul wants to have the world’s very first museum dedicated to robotic science. And the city authorities have decided on the best possible way to build…

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Innovative sex toys aren’t a joke, says Lora DiCarlo CEO Lora Haddock

Haddock’s company won an innovation award from CES — but then the trade group decided that her work was “profane.”

On the latest episode of Recode Decode, Recode’s Kara Swisher spoke with Lora Haddock, the founder and CEO of…

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Korean conglomerate SK leads $600M round for Chinese chipmaker Horizon Robotics

Horizon Robotics, a three-year-old Chinese startup backed by Intel Capital, just raised a mega-round of funding from domestic and overseas backers as it competes for global supremacy in developing AI solutions and chips aimed at autonomous vehicles, smart retail…

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Qualcomm Offers Robotics Building Blocks

In a bid to make development of consumer, enterprise and industrial robots easier for manufacturers and developers, Qualcomm has launched its first integrated, comprehensive offering designed specifically for robotics.

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