Seoul, Korea-based automotive supplier Hyundai Mobis, the "parts and service" arm for the automakers Hyundai Motor Company, Genesis Motors and Kia Motors, is launching its first open innovation center, ‘M.Cube’ in Silicon Valley.
Intel has achieved full representation in its U.S. workforce, two years ahead of its 2020 goal, says the company.
ABB is investing $150 million in Shanghai, China to build an automated and flexible robotics factory; where robots make robots. The factory is expected to begin operating by the end of 2020.
The Micron Foundation has announced a $1 million grant for universities and nonprofit organizations to conduct research into how artificial intelligence (AI) can improve lives.
Facebook says it was hacked, and 50 million user accounts have been affected.
The Met Office, the United Kingdom’s National Weather Service, has expanded its Cray XC40 supercomputer with artificial intelligence (AI) and analytics capabilities.
Raytheon has been awarded a multi-year contract with a new government customer in the Middle East North Africa region, the company said in a statement.
Alibaba A.I. Labs, the department leading consumer AI product development at Alibaba, is launching service robots for the hospitality sector starting in October.
Alibaba Cloud, the cloud-computing arm of Alibaba Group, and the Ministry of Tourism and Wildlife of the Republic of Kenya have agreed to explore a collaboration to deploy Alibaba Cloud’s technology to support the Kenya Wildlife Protection Project.
Macy’s is enlisting the help of technology to enhance its omnichannel customer experience.
The world is going through a workplace revolution that will bring a seismic shift in the way humans work alongside machines and algorithms, according to new research by the World Economic Forum.
Indian fashion and lifestyle company Aditya Birla Fashion and Retail Ltd. (ABFRL), has expanded its existing relationship with IBM.
The city of Stockholm has selected MobileIron Threat Defense, the company said in a statement.
DARPA has announced a multi-year investment of more than $2 billion in new and existing programs, called the 'AI Next' campaign.
Sprint and Ericsson have inked a global relationship to build a distributed and virtualized core network dedicated specifically to IoT (Internet of Things), in addition to an IoT operating system.