AI, from research to reality
Just as the pandemic was taking off, a new kind of technology ecosystem called the "artificial intelligence of things" (AIoT) was taking a foothold.
As if humanoids weren't hard enough, try getting one to fly. Jet-HR1 could step across very wide gaps by using the thrust created by the fans to futz with its center of gravity.
European scientists working in optoelectronics have created a biocompatible AI platform that may enable a novel way for the early detection, monitoring, and treatment of diseases and medical conditions.
The World Economic Forum attributes the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) to the growth and consolidation of technologies such as AI, machine learning, deep learning, the Internet of Things and more.