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Engineers build humanoid robot capable of mimicking human balance  

A two-legged robot which can maintain its balance while running and jumping has been hailed as a breakthrough in robotic engineering by researchers, who say it could one day be deployed in disaster rescue teams.

Public more likely to blame humans for accidents rather than autonomous car

Research suggests that in an accident where a human driver and AI dual control made an error, people would consider the human to be more at fault. The public is more likely to blame accidents involving semi-autonomous cars on the driver rather than the technology, new research claims.

Study reveals shoplifting risk may reduce with the introduction of human-like faces at self-service checkout

Digitised human-like faces at self-service checkouts could reduce the risk of shoplifting at supermarkets, a new study suggests. Researchers at Abertay University in Dundee developed virtual characters to examine whether their presence at tills would affect shopper behaviour.

Lenovo and Intel team up on interstellar research supercomputer

Lenovo and Intel have announced they have collaborated on a supercomputer for one of the world’s leading blackhole research teams.

The Flatiron Institute, located in New York City, is using high-performance computing (HPC) clusters provided by the two companies to support AI-powered research in astrophysics, quantum physics and computational mathematics. To give you a flavour of the institute’s pedigree, it recently helped prove Einstein’s theory of general relativity by discovering that black holes ‘ring’ like a bell.

A brief history of intelligence, and what it means for the future of AI
In order to develop better AI technologies, we first need to understand what "intelligence" is, say Dagmar Monett and Colin W.P Lewis of the AGI Sentinel Initiative Understanding intelligence is one of the major scientific challenges of our time; however, the science of intelligence is very much in its infancy. By working closely with scientists... Read More

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