Developed in the lab of Yale's Rebecca Kramer-Bottiglio, NASA-inspired robotic skins enable users to turn soft objects - a stuffed animal or a foam tube, for instance - into robots.
Anduril Industries Chairman Trae Stephens on the U.S. tech sector pushing back against the Pentagon.
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen on the department's efforts to build up America's cyber security infrastructure and President Trump's push for a border wall.
With more than one million international students studying in the United States, some worry that intellectual property developed here is being stolen. NBC’s senior investigative correspondent Cynthia McFadden travels to China and to Duke University to investigate a case where a professor, who invented special invisibility technology, learned his Chinese grad student walked out the door with his research.
Interview of Jerry Glenn by Dr. Ronnie Lowenstein, ASTRA’s Senior Advisor and Futurist.
Rep. Robert Pittenger (R-N.C.) on efforts to shield U.S. technology from China.
Using this technology, called visual foresight, the robots can predict what their cameras will see if they perform a particular sequence of movements. These robotic imaginations are still relatively simple for now – predictions made only several seconds into the future – but they are enough for the robot to figure out how to move objects around on a table without disturbing obstacles.
Waymo’s self driving minivans - the Chrysler Pacifica - hit public roads for the first time in Mountain View, CA and Phoenix, AZ by the end of the month. The project is a collaboration between Google and Fiat Chrysler. Google opens up about their new Waymo self-driving car company and the history of their self-driving program, giving us a tour, a ride, and never before soon footage and images of the early days of self-driving cars.
Speaking at the opening reception of the 2017 GeekWire Summit, Baidu president Ya-Qin Zhang discusses the Chinese search company's new office in Bellevue, Washington outside of Seattle and their push into AI and the public cloud.
In an exclusive CNBC interview, Jack Ma, Alibaba executive chairman, talks to CNBC's David Faber about artificial intelligence and employment.