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Bat Chat: Machine Learning Algorithms Provide Translations For Bat Squeaks
From ACM TechNews

Bat Chat: Machine Learning Algorithms Provide Translations For Bat Squeaks

Researchers from Tel Aviv University in Israel studying Egyptian fruit bats have found a way to determine which bats are communicating with which other bats, what...

Augmented Eternity: Scientists Aim to Let ­S Speak From Beyond the Grave
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Augmented Eternity: Scientists Aim to Let ­S Speak From Beyond the Grave

Augmented eternity, the posthumous preservation of a person's knowledge, beliefs, and personality, could be feasible within 15 to 25 years.

'new Rembrandt' Unveiled in Amsterdam
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'new Rembrandt' Unveiled in Amsterdam

A portrait titled "the Next Rembrandt" is the end-product of an 18-month project that brought together data scientists, developers, engineers, and art historians...

Would You Bet Against Sex Robots? AI 'could Leave Half of World ­nemployed'
From ACM News

Would You Bet Against Sex Robots? AI 'could Leave Half of World ­nemployed'

Machines could put more than half the world's population out of a job in the next 30 years, according to a computer scientist who said on Saturday that artificial...

Erica, the 'most Beautiful and Intelligent' Android, Leads Japan's Robot Revolution
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Erica, the 'most Beautiful and Intelligent' Android, Leads Japan's Robot Revolution

Researchers at Osaka and Kyoto universities and the Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International call "Erica" their most advanced humanoid.

Robot Revolution: Rise of 'thinking' Machines Could Exacerbate Inequality
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Robot Revolution: Rise of 'thinking' Machines Could Exacerbate Inequality

More than one third of U.K. employees and nearly half of U.S. workers could lose their jobs to "thinking" machines over the next 20 years, according to a study.

Connecting Artificial Intelligence With the Internet of Things
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Connecting Artificial Intelligence With the Internet of Things

Oblong Industries CEO John Underkoffler does not believe a connection between the Internet of Things and artificial intelligence will become a threat to mankind...

A 'babelfish' Could Be the Web's Next Big Thing, Says AI Expert
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A 'babelfish' Could Be the Web's Next Big Thing, Says AI Expert

University of Southampton professor Nigel Shadbolt thinks automatic real-time machine translation could be possible within 25 years.

Are the Robots About to Rise?
From ACM Opinion

Are the Robots About to Rise?

It's hard to know where to start with Ray Kurzweil.

DARPA Robotics Challenge: The Search For the Perfect Robot Soldier
From ACM Careers

DARPA Robotics Challenge: The Search For the Perfect Robot Soldier

The Atlas robot looks something out of the post-apocalyptic future, or maybe a Will Smith blockbuster. It's a 330lb cyborg with eerily human-like hands and a head...

Scientists Ponder Interstellar Travel at Nasa-Backed Space Summit
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Scientists Ponder Interstellar Travel at Nasa-Backed Space Summit

In one room, scientists debated whether the White-Juday Warp Field Interferometer will help find a way to bend the space-time continuum and make interstellar travel...

From ACM News

Soft Robots Inspired By Nature Could Become Our Flexible Friends

Robbie the Robot in the 1950s movie Forbidden Planet may have been endearing in a clunky, metallic way, but negotiating tricky terrain was never his strong point...
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