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05.03.18
Atmospheric harvesters will enable arid nations to drink from thin air
05.03.18

Atmospheric harvesters will enable arid nations to drink from thin air

The technology could help delay another Cape Town Zero Day.

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04.11.18
AI stuntpeople could lead to more realistic video games
04.11.18

AI stuntpeople could lead to more realistic video games

Why use motion capture when characters can learn for themselves?

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05.25.17
Robot uses machine-learning to grab objects on the first try
05.25.17

Robot uses machine-learning to grab objects on the first try

And it’s successful 98 percent of the time.

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05.25.17
Listening to starlight: Our ongoing search for alien intelligence
05.25.17

Listening to starlight: Our ongoing search for alien intelligence

If ET is out there, he's doing a great job hiding from us.

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05.24.17
UC Berkeley researchers teach computers to be curious
05.24.17

UC Berkeley researchers teach computers to be curious

It's an AI that understands exploration.

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04.03.17
'Reverse Prisma' AI turns Monet paintings into photos
04.03.17

'Reverse Prisma' AI turns Monet paintings into photos

It can also change horses into a zebras or winter to summer.

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12.08.16
ICYMI: Using brain power to move a game character
12.08.16

ICYMI: Using brain power to move a game character

The power of brain waves compel you.

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12.07.16
UC Berkeley researchers built a wall-jumping robot
12.07.16

UC Berkeley researchers built a wall-jumping robot

The extra agility could one day prove useful in search and rescue operations.

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