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  • Google's DeepMind AI Learns How to Walk
    Google's DeepMind AI has been learning how to walk. It guides figures - including a human-like figure - through simulated plains and obstacle courses. (July 14, 2017)

  • AI System Creates Christmas Song From Image of a Christmas Tree
    Researchers from the University of Toronto built an AI system that can create a song after analyzing an image. (December 1, 2016)

    Robot Escapes From Russian Lab for a Second Time
    A robot designed to remember and learn made a second unsuccesful attempt to escape from its Russian lab. (June 22, 2016)

    MIT Researchers Develop Algorithm to Predict Whether Two People Will Shake Hands
    MIT researchers have developed an algorithm to predict whether people will hug, kiss, shake hands or high five. (June 21, 2016)

    Computer Program Recognizes Sketches More Accurately Than a Human
    Scientists say their new computer program can recognize sketches with greater accuracy than a human. (July 21, 2015)

    Computer Teaches Another Computer How to Play Pac-Man
    A computer taught another computer how to play Pac-Man for the first time. (April 2, 2014)

    T-Resilience Algorithm Enables Hexapod Robot to Make Adjustments if its Leg is Chopped in Half
    This hexapod robot makes adjustments if one of its legs is chopped in half thanks to the T-Resilience algorithm. (July 29, 2013)

    Cornell University Programming Robots to Anticipate Human Activity
    Cornell University is programming robots to anticipate human activity, such as opening the refrigerator door if a human is heading to the fridge. (May 29, 2013)

    Santa Cruz Police Department Testing Computer Program That Predicts Crime
    The Santa Cruz Police Department is testing a computer program that predicts when and where crimes may occur. (August 17, 2011)

    Robot Dogs Learn to Share Knowledge
    The Engineer Online has an article about how Sony is developing algorithms that help robots learn to work together to solve problems. (July 10, 2006)