AI

Nokia makes lots of announcements, again

Nokia’s PR team is being kept on its toes this week with a flood of announcements that defy journalists’ best efforts to form a coherent narrative from them.

It’s official – Siri is a simpleton

It is true, but might be a bit mean to single out the iLeader, as researchers have put various artificial intelligence programmes to the test, figuring out what the IQ of each one is.

Google’s Deepmind sets out to tackle AI ethics

If you ask the world of technology to slow down a bit, you’re instantly branded as a technophobe. But perhaps a bit of reflection is needed in the artificial intelligence arena.

Smart speaker battle starts to get nasty

Amazon and Google are miles ahead in the battle for the living room, and the fight was always going to get sour at some point. Withdrawing YouTube from Echo Show was the first shot.

Can money buy friends? Intel is hoping so

Intel has shown its defensive side with a humble-brag that it has invested $1 billion in artificial intelligence. We didn’t realize Intel had to use money to make friends, but each to their own.

ZTE OKs CSP AI FTW

Kit vendor ZTE wants to help communications solution providers get better at artificial intelligence with a new unified AI platform.

Ericsson CTO – keep an eye out for the tech spark

With the world changing so quickly all the time, keeping an eye on trends is a tricky one. Fortunately we had the chance to chat with Ericsson Group CTO Erik Ekudden to get the inside track.

Taiwan goes in big on the AI craze

The Taiwanese Ministry of Science and Technology has put its money where its mouth is to make a mark on the world of artificial intelligence with a NT$16 billion (£410 million) investment.

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