Testplant, the global leader in digital automation intelligence, today announced the availability of the latest version of its pioneering Eggplant AI product. Eggplant AI 2.0 uses AI, machine learning, and analytics to intelligently navigate applications, predict where quality issues are most likely to occur, and correlate data to help product teams quickly identify and resolve issues.
Sophia Robot, an advanced lifelike humanoid robot, speaks October 25 at a panel on robotics and artificial intelligence at the Future Investment Initiative (FII) conference in Riyadh, shortly before being declared a citizen of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the first country to grant citizenship to a robot. Sophia was built by Hong Kong-based Hanson Robotics Ltd., which says its humanlike robots have remarkable expressiveness, aesthetics, and interactivity.
Billy Bot is one step closer to upturning legal traditions by digitising the barristers chambers. The Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based junior clerk robot, a project spearheaded by Clerksroom, can now be connected to barristers chambers using MLC chambers management software via a bespoke API built by Advanced.
CaseCrunch Systems confirms the first event in history to directly pit machines against lawyers. This experiment is a step towards General Legal Intelligence and challenges the status quo of Legal AI. Over 50 confirmed lawyers will use the same information as a CaseCrunch system to predict the outcome of PPI mis-selling complaints.
Reading, UK, 27 September 2017 – Consumers increasingly want to use chat for customer service – but companies are failing to meet their changing expectations. Nearly three quarters (72%) of consumers say a good chat experience will make them more loyal – however only 15% say they are always happy with the service they receive. These are amongst the headline findings of the Eptica 2017 UK Chat Study.
American car maker General Motors (GM) recently announced that it had finished production on ten new autonomous test vehicles at its plant in Lake Orion, Michigan, heralding its entry into the self-driving market. There has been a further development as it offers a new service alongside the technology.
Since mid-March, Swiss Post, the Ticino EOC hospital group, and drone manufacturer Matternet have been successfully conducting initial drone flights in Lugano, after the Federal Office for Civil Aviation (FOCA) gave the green light. A spokesperson from Swiss Post explains about how the trial is shaping up.
Filipe Vilas-Boas, who describes himself as a new media artist and interaction designer, has filmed an art project involving a robotic arm writing out lines at a desk, with the sound of children at school in the background. Repeatedly, the robot writes, “I must not hunt humans” as its punishment, indicating an earlier indiscretion.
The threat of human safety engineers falling asleep at the wheel as well as their potentially staggered reaction times has opened up the debate on level 3 automation in driverless cars. Gun Bengtsson, Senior Safety Communication Manager at Volvo explains about automation and what the legal challenges concerning it are.