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How Drones could change Future of Fighting Wildfires


How Drones could change Future of Fighting Wildfires Dangerous conditions in California are forcing some departments to look for alternative ways to combat raging wildfires. The Mendocino Park Fire Department is using drones to go where humans can’t. CNET senior producer Dan Patterson joined CBSN to

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Artificial Intelligence is Critical for Social Media Listening


With the recently published The Forrester WaveTM: Social Listening Platforms, Q3 2018, Forrester offered their perspective into the marketplace. Our view of this market, and our experience with customers, differs from the Forrester perspective in fundamental ways.

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Festo’s Flying Animal Robots Are Real and Magnificent


They put even the coolest drones to shame.

 

Just barely making it under the wire of a year full of bizarre and adorable robots, the fancy animal robot-makers at Festo are back with three new flying robots. An industrial automation company, Festo’s robotic menagerie also includes herring gulls, kangaroos, ants, an elephant’s trunk, and a gripper inspired by the tongue of a chameleon. Festo showed off three new animalistic flying drones at the USA Science and Engineering Festival in Washington, DC last summer, and they can seen beautifully gliding through the air in a video captured by IEEE Spectrum.

 

 

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Using AI to make cancer evolution more predictable


A team of researchers affiliated with several institutions in the U.K. and one in the U.S. has developed a way to use artificial intelligence to predict how cancer might change and spread in patients. The results are published in Nature Methods.

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