Google has just published the code for Show and Tell, its image-caption creation technology, which uses artificial intelligence to give images captions. The new system is far quicker than the original Show and Tell.
A United Kingdom-based company called BenevolentAI is using the world’s most advanced deep learning supercomputer to help improve old drugs and invent entirely new ones. The result could revolutionize the pharmaceutical industry.
If you are getting tired of using separate speakers for your computer and wireless music playback, Logitech’s Z337 Bold Sound with Bluetooth may be the answer, as it aims to be your all-in-one solution for both.
Microsoft’s digital assistant Cortana very nearly saved the day when a woman in Barnstaple, England witnessed a hit-and-run. Unfortunately, Cortana called the police in Barnstable, Massachusetts, a couple thousand miles away.
The minimum and recommended system requirements for "Resident Evil 7" on PC are now listed on Steam, revealing that gamers need a 64-bit operating system. The game only calls for 8GB of system memory despite the photo-realistic enviroinment
Microsoft released Preview Build 14931 to Windows Insider participants in the Fast ring that serves as a launch platform for several updated apps to test. These include Sticky Notes, Maps, Feedback Hub, and a new service for Skype Preview.
Flybrix, a startup based in San Francisco, has created a drone that can be built almost entirely out of Lego bricks. It's modular, too, and better yet programmable: Its flight computer can interpret commands.
Tired of expensive, device-specific styluses? The Universal Stylus Initiative wants to blow the category open and make any device work with any stylus. An official version of the specification has been approved.