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The artist as an algorithm: robot-made Rembrandt for sale

Robots can do many of the jobs previously performed by humans, but could they ever replace artists?

The signature of the team of French entrepreneurs called Obvious is seen on the artwork "La Comtesse de Belamy" (2018), created by the Generative Adversarial Network (GAN), an algorithm that learns to generate new images by being fed a database of existing paintings. — Reuters

At this high-tech farm, the boss is an AI-powered algorithm

Each morning when she gets to work at Bowery Farming Inc, Katie Morich changes into a clean uniform, puts on a hairnet and cleans her hands with sanitiser. Then she consults a computer monitor displaying all the tasks she needs to accomplish that day.

Making the world a better place with artificial Intelligence

All around the world and everywhere around us, artificial intelligence is making the world a better, more efficient place.

Deep sea robots reveal mineral riches in the abyss

From the safety of their research vessel, scientists are exploring one of Earth's last frontiers – the sea floor – to discover more about valuable minerals vital in the manufacture of smartphones.

A mud sample extracted from the depths of about 4,000 metres (13,123 ft) below the Pacific ocean surface where rare earth elements were found, is pictured at a laboratory of Yasuhiro Kato, an associate professor of earth science at the University of Tokyo. — Reuters

In a world of robots, carmakers are hiring more humans

Car-industry employees concerned that robots will put them out of work needn’t worry – at least for now.

Carmakers in China and other emerging markets, where growth is strongest, favour human labour because it requires less upfront investment, said analysts. — Bloomberg

Ageing Japan - Military recruiters struggle as applicant pool dries up

TOKYO (Reuters) - As a Japanese military recruiter sat patiently at a booth outside a supermarket in northern Tokyo one recent weekend, she welcomed a rare visitor, high school student Kazuaki Matsumura.

AstraZeneca plots China robot offensive to counter price cuts

With smart cancer diagnostics, one-stop-shop diabetes kits and AI systems to improve ambulance pick-ups for patients with chest pain, AstraZeneca aims to move from simply supplying drugs to become a broad healthcare provider in China.

Machines will do more tasks than humans by 2025: WEF

Robots will handle 52% of current work tasks by 2025, almost twice as many as now, a World Economic Forum study said Sept 17.

Robots will handle 52% of current work tasks by 2025, almost twice as many as now, a World Economic Forum study said Sept 17. — AFP Relaxnews

Robots ruleat fifth science fest

ARTIFICIAL Intelligence (AI) and humanoid robots took centre stage at the Petrosains Science Festival 2018, which ended yesterday.

All set for Petrosains Science Festival 2018

IT is T minus one day to the Petrosains Science Festival 2018, and the team at Petrosains are working hard to put the final touches on what is going to be the most-anticipated science festival of the year.

A preview of the layout at the Esplanade in KLCC Park where part of the Petrosains Science Festival 2018 is going to take place this weekend.

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