But firm claims report is 'not accurate'
Pity they don't come in a Heart Shaped Box
It can tell which digit you're holding up
Who'd have thunked' it
Filthy rich mans catflap
AI is so on trend right now
Meet the new queen of the drone age
AI will better understand when you order a big pillow not a dil...
'My dad's GPUs would beat your dad's CPU...'
But firm claims it's all above board
Bot wins two back-to-back games against team OG
The search giant wants robots to get a grip, literally
Nvidia's response is basically 'meh'
Boffins will stop firm's AI development running amok
That's what you go. Woo
Make America post apocalyptic again
Soon you'll be popping to get an AI sandwich before dessert at the Apple Store
Try some of these if you want to break your cookie habit
It's rendering Jim, just not as we know it
Yes, even you at the back
Alexa. Amazon News. Cyberspace
It's the gateway device into a world of AI development
I want to know what Lobe is. I want you to show me
94 per cent of the time, it works every time
Boffins have figured out how to spot fingerprints in coders' style
Create, deploy and enjoy could be a new Google strap line
Drivers could refuse to pick up people who've had a skinful
The SoC packs a processor suite to make he dumbest of machines smart
It's the feature lazy typists have been waiting for
The social network pushes out data rather than sucks it up for a change
PM will slam app as a 'home for terrorists'
The more human-like the assistant, the less people will use them
Claims chips can deliver up to 11.5 petaflops of processing power
Powered by 21.1 billion transistors delivering 110 teraflops of raw horsepower
Japanese study shows an accuracy rate of 86 per cent
While many approaches to robots in the home attempt to mimic human actions, Temi just wants to help you out
What did women do to deserve all this?
But firm will also employ more staffers to keep computers in check
Demand is off the chart. Couldn't Nvidia have predicted that?
14nm processors also tout GPU and battery improvements
And oh yeah, the company has been taken over
Duh, probably via an API dudes
If only it were that simple
Unless that human is Homer Simpson
It's early days for the sophisticated spam filter