Post Profile






Food delivery robots are teaching themselves how to cross roads

Until now, delivery robots have always needed humans to help them when things get tricky. Now machine learning has helped them work out how to manage without us
read more

share

Related Posts


Cross training helps humans and robots work better together

Technology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Like many people, I spend most of my time worrying about the inevitable robot uprising. MIT is doing its bit to put off that day with its experiments in teaching robots and humans to work together peacefully. Using cross-training te...

Crowdsourcing could help robots learn new tasks faster

Technology / Gadgets : Gizmag

If robots are going to work alongside humans, the machines are going to need to swallow their pride and learn to ask for help. At least, that’s the thinking of computer scientists at the University of Washington (UW), who are workin...

The Future of Humanity’s Food Supply Is the Hands of AI

Academics / General Science : Wired: Science

Robots and machine learning algorithms may help usher in a new Green Revolution to keep humans fed on an increasingly mercurial planet. The post The Future of Humanity's Food Supply Is the Hands of AI appeared first on WIRED.

Digital Marketing News: Pinterest PPC, Facebook Sets, Online Beats Offline Shopping

Marketing / Online Marketing : Online Marketing Blog

Need help understanding Machine Learning? We now live in an age where machines can teach themselves without human intervention. Sound scary? It should. Scary amazing that is. Applications for machine learning extend from marketing t...

Ag-tech startups are working on everything from apple-picking robots to machine learning — and they could radically transform how we grow our food

Technology / Technology Industry News : Silicon Alley Insider

The agriculture-technology sector is booming. Companies are working on everything from apple-picking robots to wearable technology that helps farmers grow produce more efficiently, and meet the demands of a rapidly-increasing global...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC