Posted by admin, In California Robotics News, Ada Lovelace Day on October 10 2017 is a day to celebrate the achievements of women in technology and there was no shortage of women to feature on Robohub’s annual Ada Lovelace Day “25 women in robotics you need to know about” list. (If you don’t see someoneRead More →

by MIT News Just in time for Halloween, a research team from the MIT Media Lab’s Scalable Cooperation group has introduced Shelley: the world’s first artificial intelligence-human horror story collaboration. Shelley, named for English writer Mary Shelley — best known as the author of “Frankenstein: or, the Modern Prometheus” — is a deep-learningRead More →

Face Recognition, Features and Objects BY Richard Morey | October 13, 2017 | No Comments Other Posts By Richard Morey The own-race bias in face processing is a well-known effect that refers to the fact that people generally find it easier to identify faces of people of their own race. Although the general effect has been known forRead More →

by Hans Nicholas Jong Average temperatures in the Indonesian province of Jambi have risen amid clearing of vast swaths of forest, a new study show. Areas that have been clear-cut, mostly for oil palm plantations, can be up to 10 degrees Celsius hotter than forested areas. The warming could make waterRead More →