#435159 This Week’s Awesome Stories From ...

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
DeepMind Can Now Beat Us at Multiplayer Games TooCade Metz | The New York Times“DeepMind’s project is part of a broad effort to build artificial intelligence that can play enormously complex, three-dimensional video games, including Quake III, Dota 2 and StarCraft II. Many researchers believe that success in the virtual arena will eventually lead to automated systems with improved abilities in the real world.”
ROBOTICS
Tiny Robots Carry Stem Cells Through a MouseEmily Waltz | IEEE Spectrum“Engineers have built microrobots […] Continue Reading…

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#435157 Video Friday: This Robot Is Learning to ...

The best robot videos from the world's biggest robotics conference[Read more…]

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#435152 The Futuristic Tech Disrupting Real ...

In the wake of the housing market collapse of 2008, one entrepreneur decided to dive right into the failing real estate industry. But this time, he didn’t buy any real estate to begin with. Instead, Glenn Sanford decided to launch the first-ever cloud-based real estate brokerage, eXp Realty.
Contracting virtual platform VirBELA to build out the company’s mega-campus in VR, eXp Realty demonstrates the power of a dematerialized workspace, throwing out hefty overhead costs and fundamentally redefining what ‘real estate’ […] Continue Reading…

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#435150 Fieldwork Robotics completes initial ...

University of Plymouth spinout company Fieldwork Robotics has completed initial field trials of its robot raspberry harvesting system.[Read more…]

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#435145 How Big Companies Can Simultaneously Run ...

We live in the age of entrepreneurs. New startups seem to appear out of nowhere and challenge not only established companies, but entire industries. Where startup unicorns were once mythical creatures, they now seem abundant, not only increasing in numbers but also in the speed with which they can gain the minimum one-billion-dollar valuations to achieve this status.
But no matter how well things go for innovative startups, how many new success stories we hear, and how much space they […] Continue Reading…

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