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The US engineering and robotics firm Boston Dynamics posted a video Thursday of its latest autonomous robot for use in warehouses.
Earlier this month, Apple reportedly bought the patents of Lighthouse AI.
Google’s new messaging app now has a feature that can tell what you’re texting about and automatically suggest helpful information —...
When Android Messages users are texting about restaurants, movies, or weather, Assistant will now offer links to more information.
Warby Parker’s new shopping tool lets you try on and buy glasses virtually using your iPhone’s camera
With your iPhone X, iPhone XS/XS Max, or iPhone XR, you can now try on Warby Parker glasses from the comfort of your home.
The market for tech products for aging baby boomers is expected to balloon to $20 billion by 2020. Here are some of the best
The market for tech products for aging baby boomers is expected to grow to $20 billion by 2020, but youth-obsessed Silicon Valley is slow to adapt.
A fintech executive at JPMorgan explains why AI isn’t all it’s cracked up to be when it comes to helping people manage money
Colleen Briggs, head of community innovation at JPMorgan, said cash-strapped consumers aren't open to using fully-automated AI solutions.
After years of dodging the question, Amazon has finally said how many devices have been sold that have its voice assistant, Alexa, built in
Some of the company's upcoming inventions include tech that will benefit endangered animals, like lions, rhinos and elephants.
Alibaba is setting up its own company to make customized artificial intelligence chip for its fast-growing cloud and internet of things (IoT) businesses, Reuters reported.
A free service lets you type in your illness symptoms and learn what’s ailing you — and the startup behind it has raised $69 million
Ada Health is a tool that lets you type in your symptoms and learn what's ailing you. You can also track your symptoms over time and share them with a healthcare provider. The company is backed by Google’s chief business officer and the entrepreneur behind Amazon's Alexa.