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Siri chief leaves Apple for Microsoft

Published on 08/20/2019 @ 9 AM EST
Bill Stasior spent seven years with Apple but will now be working on Microsoft’s AI division. Though not on Cortana, he will be working on a separate AI project that is yet to have public details.

The latest Segway drives to its dock

Published on 08/20/2019 @ 9 AM EST
Along with other product announcements, Segway-Ninebot revealed their KickScooter T60 uses AI to drive to its own docking station to recharge. The product is due to his the market in early 2020.

Google Assistant can now assign reminders

Published on 08/15/2019 @ 9 AM EST
Users are able to ask the smart assistant to set reminders for other users. Not only does Google Assistant confirm the reminder, but it also completes the task when the assignee marks it as such.

MIT working on AI knitting software

Published on 08/05/2019 @ 8 AM EST
Researchers are working on programs that bridge the gap between the consumer and the creation process. CADKnit lets users customize designs and bring them to life, even with no experience. InverseKnit is a program that creates clothing designs purely from photos of knitted items.

AI bar seeks to simplify serving

Published on 08/01/2019 @ 9 AM EST
Using facial recognition, software developed by DataSparQ creates an “intelligently virtual” line, ensuring the bartender serves who is rightfully next in the queue. A live feed of the patrons at the bar shows a number above each one’s head, showing their place.

AI takes one second to solve Rubik’s Cube

Published on 07/16/2019 @ 8 AM EST
Developed by researchers at the University of California, an algorithm called DeepCubeA took an average of 28 moves to complete the puzzle whereas humans take an average of 50. Taking just 0.38 seconds, DeepCubeA learned the fastest path through 1,000 attempts.