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Artificial intelligence app helps blind people

A team of university students from the University of Auckland and Auckland University of Technology have created a smartphone app which uses artificial intelligence to help blind people make better visual sense of the world.
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Microsoft announces Robotics @Home contest winner, SmartTripod Takes The Cake (Video) | Latest In

Microsoft announces Robotics @Home contest winner, SmartTripod Takes The Cake (Video) | Latest In | The Robot Times | Scoop.it
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Microsoft Research's MirageTable brings some augmented reality to your tabletop

Microsoft Research's MirageTable brings some augmented reality to your tabletop | The Robot Times | Scoop.it
We got a look at a holographic telepresence project from Microsoft Research earlier this week, but that's far from the only Kinect-enhanced rig...
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Microsoft gets with the robot program - The Canberra Times

Microsoft gets with the robot program - The Canberra Times | The Robot Times | Scoop.it
The Canberra TimesMicrosoft gets with the robot programThe Canberra TimesIf computers and robots one day surpass humans in their learning abilities, artificial intelligence researcher Stephen Gould could help make it happen.
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Announcing the Winners of the Microsoft Robotics @ Home Competition - Microsoft Robotics Blog - Site Home - MSDN Blogs

Announcing the Winners of the Microsoft Robotics @ Home Competition - Microsoft Robotics Blog - Site Home - MSDN Blogs | The Robot Times | Scoop.it
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This $20 Trillion Rock Could Turn a Startup Into Earth's Richest Company

This $20 Trillion Rock Could Turn a Startup Into Earth's Richest Company | The Robot Times | Scoop.it
Meet Amun 3554. Doesn't look like much, right? Little more than a mile wide, it's one of the smallest M-class (metal-bearing) asteroids yet discovered.
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