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IBM Shows Off Machines That Can Dance 

Rob High, IBM fellow, vice president and CTO for Watson, showed how IBM’s Watson cognitive computing technology can tease out the sadness and anger in a particularly hackneyed dating profile —  Read more.

The Race For AI: Google, Facebook, Amazon, Apple In A Rush To Grab Artificial Intelligence Startups

Over 60% of the AI companies acquired in the last 3 years had VC backing. There have been 4 major acquisitions already in 2016. Read more.
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Bots, the next frontier

The market for apps is maturing. Now one for text-based services, or chat bots, looks poised to take off. Read more.

How many Neural Nets does it take to catch the big fish in Machine Learning?

Deep Neural Nets (DNN) have taken over Machine Learning these last few years, driving headlines and discussion within the industry and the media.  Read more.

Hitachi’s new customer service robot can tell when you need help shopping in stores

Last week in Tokyo, Hitachi unveiled a new humanoid robot, the EMIEW3, that’s aimed at automating customer service in stores and public facilities. Read more.

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