The privacy-focused web browser, Brave announced it has grown by over 130% over its first year of its stable version. Brave now boasts 20 million monthly users, this time last year, the browser had 8.7 million active monthly users. Brave attributes the growth to increasing privacy concerns held by many
Apple Silicon Macs Expected to Debut at a November 10 Event Today Apple announced the third event for the fall of 2020, set for Tuesday, Nov. 10th. Much like the September and October events, this event will be digital-only. As Apple has already announced new tablet and mobile products this
Artificial Intelligence firm, Course5 Intelligence just announced the launch of a new AI Labs in Toronto, Canada. With an existing facility in Bangalore, India, this will be Course5’s second R&D lab focusing on AI. The company focus on the development of so-called “Narrow AI”. Most (if not all) AI systems that exist
OpenAI is an artificial intelligence research organization on a Crusade to build general self-learning AI. The group’s robotics division says Dactyl, its robotic hand they built last year, has learned to solve a Rubik’s cube. Automated Rubik’s Cube solving robots are far from new. Guinness World Records has a dedicated category for
Diveplane is a startup attempting to fix the privacy issues associated with data used for artificial intelligence training. The company this week launched what it says is the industry’s “first verifiable twin dataset.” The product called GEMINAI, is supposed to help organizations analyze sensitive datasets without risking the information being compromised.
According to news releases from both Intel and Brown University they have partnered in the hopes of developing technology to help those with spinal cord injuries walk again. Injuries to the spinal cord can prevent the electrical signals from the brain from passing to the muscles, causing paralysis. These kind
An AI will help judges of the International Gymnastics Federation tournament taking place in Germany. Fujitsu has developed an AI that works in conjunction with an array of 3D sensors to capture the gymnast’s movement, analysing and scoring their performance. The technology called the Judging Support will be used at