In a world full of self-driving cars, flying drones, and other robots, daily interactions with artificial intelligence will have a profound effect on how we live our lives. Elemental video scientist Boonsri Dickinson visited Carnegie Mellon robotics pioneer Maneula Veloso to talk about the science behind her robotic creations and the many years she has spent bringing autonomous … [Read more...] about Preparing for the Future of AI, Where Robots Can Learn and Ask Humans For Help!
When I first heard about the new MagicBands Disney started using about a month ago I was pretty skeptical. I did not understand what purpose these bands would serve other than proving that Disney is getting even more creepy. But when you think about it, Disney is very driven to achieve optimal performance with everything they do. If you have ever been to Disney World or Disney … [Read more...] about Disney Does Data! With Magic Bands park visitors get a better experience (and Disney knows more about you than you would ever believe)
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CTOlabs.com, hosts a curated list of firms we believe provide the most virtuous, mission-focused, positively disruptive technologies available to enterprises today. We maintain this directory as a reference for technology professionals. We find firms to include on this list by casting a wide net. We talk with other technology professionals from around the globe, we track the … [Read more...] about We Seek The Most Disruptive, Mission-Focused Enterprise IT
The Jetsons premiered almost 50 years ago, but where's Rosey? Science fiction has been predicting the rise of robotics in daily life for decades and, for the most part, science fact has delivered, with ever-improving artificial intelligence driven by faster processors, and continued advancements in mechanical engineering allow machines to perform increasingly complex physical … [Read more...] about Innovation and Robotics: The Uncanny Valley of Death