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05.09.17
Future phones will ID devices by their electromagnetic fields
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Future phones will ID devices by their electromagnetic fields

It'll be like using NFC, except this doesn't require tags.

By R. Lai,   05.09.17
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04.11.17
Famous poker-playing AI takes down scientists and engineers
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Famous poker-playing AI takes down scientists and engineers

Applying what they know about machine learning to their game didn't work against Libratus 2.0.

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12.01.16
US lead on AI will shrink without more funding and education
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US lead on AI will shrink without more funding and education

Experts tell Ted Cruz's Senate hearing that China, India and others aren't far behind.

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11.16.16
Humans have unique brain 'fingerprints,' scientists confirm
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Humans have unique brain 'fingerprints,' scientists confirm

Our brains' connections are so unique, they can be used to identify individuals.

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10.17.16
Apple hires a Carnegie Mellon professor to improve its AI
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Apple hires a Carnegie Mellon professor to improve its AI

Russ Salakhutdinov could boost artificial intelligence in Siri, Photos and beyond.

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