Google bids on artificial intelligence company DeepMind 
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Reports suggest US$400m price tag.
 
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The race to advanced machine learning.
 
Robotics and AI headed for Aussie farms 
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Planting and weeding with precision.
 
Photos: Farm robotics in action 
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Machine learning in the field.
 
Lack of ICT skills holding Australia back: Ai Group 
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Call for industry to work with schools, universities.
 
Monash celebrates Turing’s 100th anniversary 
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Cryptographic war hero celebrated as the father of modern computing.
 
Xerox PARC founder dies 
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Groundbreaking facility was the birthplace of GUIs and windows.
 
IBM eyes brain-like computing 
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New ownership model underpinned by Fuji Xerox deal.
 
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Robots learn from rats' brains 
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Navigational improvements from rodent ‘grid cells’.
 
Researcher builds machines that daydream 
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Algorithms let robots reflect and meditate.
 
US scientists build robots that lie 
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The digital age of innocence is truly over.
 
NICTA develops decision-making software 
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Algorithm solves Sudoku, inventory, scheduling problems.
 
Autonomous robots to map battlefields 
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Military robots coming to Adelaide in November.
 
Google and Yahoo countersue Xerox in patent spat 
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New twist in battle over search technologies.
 
Semantic technologies to help machines understand us 
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Xerox has developed a new type of toner using nanotechnology which it claims can help cut the overall power consumption of digital printing devices by 15 to 30 per cent.
 
Future is rank for 3,000 Xerox employees 
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Tech giant Xerox is the latest company to announce large-scale redundancies and blame it on the current economic turmoil.
 
Centrelink relies on artificial intelligence 
By Ry Crozier | Aug 25, 2008 | Comment Now 
Centrelink is using natural language-based artificial intelligence to ensure people get the financial benefits to which they are entitled.
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