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U-2 spy planes have lurked all over the world for 64 years — here’s how the Dragon Lady keeps an eye on the battlefield
The U-2's first flight came as an accident in 1955, but over the 64 years since, the Dragon Lady has been an unrivaled source for intelligence.
Many tech products make the world a better place. However, they may also have a dark side that gives tech experts pause.
Peter Thiel said that AI is a military technology that will primarily be used ‘by generals,’ but experts say that view is too pessimistic
While AI has plenty of military applications, it's wrong to think of it as an inherently militaristic technology.
The NFL is starting to use AI to figure out how much it should actually pay players, and early data shows one position is more at risk for a pay cut t...
Pro Football Focus, a football analytics company, is using algorithms to project what an NFL player's value is.
This fruit-picking robot can pick up to 25,000 raspberries a day, and it could someday replace human workers
The robot is being developed by Fieldwork Robotics, the brainchild of Dr. Martin Stoelen, a lecturer in robotics at Plymouth University.
Google Cloud is taking on Amazon by moving into retail, and it’s a first step in new CEO Thomas Kurian’s master plan
Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian says he wants to target specific verticals. Now it's launching Google Cloud for Retail and taking on Amazon.
The AI tech behind scary-real celebrity ‘deepfakes’ is being used to create completely fictitious faces, cats, and Airbnb listings
Even people without computer programming experience can use freely available tools to create fake pictures in a couple of hours.
SAP unveiled its Runway App at Christian Siriano's New York Fashion Week show Sat. Feb, 9th. The app lets attendees "like" and "love" runway looks.
I’ve been living with the Google Home Max and Apple’s HomePod side by side for almost 6 months, and they both have one major problem
Both the Google Home Max and the Apple HomePod have their pros and cons, but they share a larger issue: they're really creeping me out.
Vortexa uses satellites, ship-tracking technology, and AI to predict and map the movements of tankers in the $7 trillion a year energy trading market.