Google on Monday announced TensorFlow, a new machine learning system that is being utilized throughout Google’s line of products.
The new system is “faster, smarter, and more flexible” than the previous
Boston Children’s Hospital is harnessing IBM’s Watson supercomputer to help doctors identify possible options for the diagnosis and treatment of rare pediatric diseases.
Initially, Watson will analyze massive volumes of scientific
In the Disruptive Podcast series, Terrence McNally speaks directly with Wyss Institute researchers, exploring what motivates them and how they envision our future as might be impacted by their disruptive
Cinemagoers have long been fascinated by fictional robots, but they’re not usually realistic — until now. Thanks to technological advancements, some of the classic movie robots are now a realistic possibility.
This past September, the NCCR Digital Fabrication welcomed Jim Drury from Reuters TV. In this 2 minute video on the autonomous construction robot, the “In situ Fabricator” (IF). Drury captures relevant questions regarding
By Adam Conner-Simons, MIT CSAIL
A researcher from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) has developed an obstacle-detection system that allows a drone to autonomously dip, dart and dive
A tourist was amazed when she looked up and saw an incredible rainbow in the clouds while holidaying in Ocho Rios, Jamaica.
Beckie Bone Dunning posted a photo of the phenomenon onto The Weather Channel’s Facebook page writing “I was in ocho rios Jamaica last week,
The Coast Guard suspended search efforts Saturday for a missing man who was captured on video going overboard on a luxury cruise ship near the Bahamas.
"We would like to extend our deepest condolences to the loved ones and all that have been affected by this
Norwegian Cruise Line Monday christened its newest and largest ship to date, the Norwegian Escape.
Miami native and musical superstar Pitbull, aka Armando Perez, was selected to serve as Godfather for the Norwegian Escape and was the headline performer at ceremonies in Miami.
The 4,200-passenger cruise ship
SeaWorld said Monday it would phase out its killer whale show at its San Diego park next year – an announcement that comes ahead of proposed federal legislation that would seriously regulate the organization’s interactions with captive and wild orcas.
No mention was made of killer
On Dec. 1, a land “far, far away” will get a little bit closer when Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Orlando opens the first series of “Star Wars” attractions.
Today, Disney announced the new “Star Wars” Launch Bay attractions that will take fans behind the
A Florida lawmaker is demanding that airlines not to act like a Scrooge during the busy holiday season.
Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.), the ranking Democrat on the Senate's transportation committee, said Friday he had sent letters to major airline CEOs asking them not to hike fees
America's birthplace has been named the country's first World Heritage City, putting it on par with Jerusalem, Cairo, Paris and other places recognized for their impacts on the course of human events.
The Organization of World Heritage Cities added Philadelphia in a vote Friday at its
Bad nut puns aside, American Airlines announced in a newsletter to employees that the company has changed the makeup of its onboard nut composition due to fluctuating prices of nuts from around the world.
American Airlines vice president for flight service Hector Adler said in the
If the incoming cold weather is bringing you down, it's time to start planning a warm weather vacation.
But who has time to look into all the coolest local bars, restaurants and local hangouts? Why not keep it easy and book a getaway to an all-inclusive
We all know the dreaded task that is the drive to Grandma’s house for Thanksgiving.
AAA has not yet released its Thanksgiving travel predictions for this year, but in 2014 it estimated that nearly 90 percent of Thanksgiving travelers would go by automobile, with about 46