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Mozilla releases voice dataset and transcription engine

Baidu's Deep Speech with TensorFlow under the covers

Watchkeeper drones cost taxpayers £1bn

And were used on combat ops for just two days

The six simple questions Facebook refused to answer about its creepy suicide-detection AI

Analysis Code can work out if you're close to topping yourself

Elon Musk says he's not Satoshi Nakamoto and is pretty rubbish at Bitcoin

He had some once, but lost them down the back of the sofa

HPE and ABB, sitting in a tree, doing lucrative industrial IoT

What first attracted you to the industrial Internet of revenue-generating things?

Rolls-Royce, Airbus, Siemens tease electric flight engine project

E-Fan X slated to generate lift and 'leccy by 2020

ML fails: Loyalty prediction? Not really. And bonus prediction? Oh dear

Hello, wrong number Unexpected consequences - or drawing the line at non-linear relationships

Surveillance Capitalism thinks it won, but there's still time to unplug it

We gave up privacy for convenience, and 2018's the time to win both of them back

Watch how Google's AI catches shoulder surfers spying on your phone

Video Web giant's R&D boffins to tease privacy-protecting tech in NIPS show-and-tell

Unreal, man: Amazon pitches new 3D VR kit at dev newbies

Streamed direct from the Amazon storage fishbowl, natch

Thou shalt use our drone app, to tell quadcopter pilots

Wedding, schmedding, here's the REAL news of the day

Neural networks: Today, classifying flowers... tomorrow, Skynet maybe

Here's one I made earlier – now, over to you

Boffins pack more info onto photon for faster quantum key distro

Qubits are old hat: this uses 'qudits' - a photon with more than two simultaneous states

Tesla reveals a less-long-legged truck, but a bigger reservation price

$20k up front to get in the queue, $200k to buy a 'Founder's edition'

Military test centre for frikkin' laser cannon opens in Hampshire

In other news, shares in mirror manufacturers have soared

Business as usual, says Aruba veep after Meg exits daddy HPE

Networking subsidiary insists everything is Just Fine

Fujitsu imagines adjusting your rear view mirror for better hearing

Yes, hearing: vibrating glass turns mirror into 'superdirective speaker'

This is peak AI: Bot to guest edit Radio 4's Today programme

#F_AI_L How will you tell the difference?

Apple quietly wheels out 'Voxelnet' driverless car tech paper

We'd ask them what it means, but, uh...

Peers told to push for cut-price access to med tech developed with NHS data

But for Pete's sake, don’t recommend another new body

London mayor: Self-driving cars? Not without jacked-up taxes, you don't!

And who will build the roads, asks Transport for London

When it comes to ML, reports of JavaScript's death are exaggerated

Python is not the be-all and end-all of writing smart algorithms

Level 5 driverless cars by 2021 can be done, say Brit industry folk

Others reckon Chancellor's taking it a bit too far...

Bitcoin outfit 'Tether' reveals US$31m BitBuck BitHeist

Company badly forked up after promising secure 'stable digital currency equivalent'

Another UAV licence price hike? Commercial drone fliers rage over consultation

Why bother paying, ask some law-abiding operators

Crewless dinghy signs to UK Ship Register for Middle East mission

Row, row, robot boat gently laying pipes

Why Boston Dynamics' backflipping borg shouldn't scare you

Ruse of the Machines

Connected and self-driving cars are being sent to Coventry

Finding out how to sail through consecutive green lights

It's artificial! It's intelligent! It's in my home! And it's gone bonkers!

Something for the Weekend, Sir? Discoursing Descartes with my robotic pet

Apple whispers how its face-fingering AI works

Secretive biz opens up a little

Tesla launches electric truck it guarantees won't break for a million miles

Breaker, breaker Electric Ducky, we got ourselves a one-driver convoy. And a new Roadster

US govt to use software to finger immigrants as potential crims? That's really dumb – boffins

Algorithms will label innocent people terrorists, DHS warned

Amazon Key door-entry flaw: No easy fix to stop rogue couriers burgling your place unseen

Analysis Patch incoming, hardware recall required to fully address underlying problem

Internet of So Much Stuff: Don't wanna be a security id-IoT

IoT is not the same as IT... normal infosec does not pply

TensorFlow lightens up to land on smartmobes, then embed everywhere

Thanks for coming, TensorFlow Mobile, TensorFlow Lite is what the cool kids will code with now

Christmas is coming, the goose is getting fat, look out for must-have toys that are 'easily hacked' ♪

Which? found this year's hot playthings lack basic security

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