The technologies of the 4IR don't necessarily need massive infrastructural support – so they could transform public service delivery in Africa all the more directly.
A team at Japan’s Keio University have built a robotic tail to keep its population mobile and productive.
E-commerce start-up Jumia was the first African company to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange. It's now a guiding light for a host of innovative companies from the agricultural sector.
A new algorithm calculates a risk score associated with each action in order to prevent a high number of incidents.
The sprints of cockroaches have been used by biomechanics researchers to make a test robot amble about better.
Researchers showed people images of armed and unarmed robots of different colours to test how they'd respond. This is what they found.
Advances in AI-driven medicine and telehealth will allow the healthcare revolution to take root in developing countries.
Hundreds of schools. Thousands of students. Millions of kilometres driven. When Boston needed to streamline school bus services, it turned to automation.
A new advance in real-time hand tracking from Google’s AI labs offers hope for a breakthrough in sign-language translation tools.
While automation and robots will displace millions of jobs, they're poised to create millions more.
Machine workers and humans should be mutually reinforcing on the factory floor – leading to a more productive future.
What is a MacGyver and how has its unconventional problem-solving ability stormed science?
Guided by artificial intelligence and powered by a robotic platform, a system developed by MIT researchers moves a step closer to automating the production of small molecules.
Widespread adoption of AI has been slower in government than in the private sector. Given the magnitude of the impact that AI could have on public entities, it is important to understand ...
A review published by the AI Now Institute argues that a lack of gender diversity results in AI failures that uniquely affect women.