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Deep Learning AI Listens to Machines For Signs of Trouble

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Driving your car until it breaks down on the road is never anyone's favorite way to learn the need for routine maintenance. But preventive or scheduled maintenance checks often miss many of the problems that can come up. An Israeli startup has come up with a better idea: Use artificial intelligence to listen for early warning signs that a car might be nearing a breakdown.


Deep Learning AI Listens to Machines For Signs of Trouble

IEEE Spectrum Robotics Channel

Driving your car until it breaks down on the road is never anyone's favorite way to learn the need for routine maintenance. But preventive or scheduled maintenance checks often miss many of the problems that can come up. An Israeli startup has come up with a better idea: Use artificial intelligence to listen for early warning signs that a car might be nearing a breakdown.


'90s Kids, Rejoice! The Furby Is Back (And Still Kinda Creepy)

Huffington Post

The new Furby Connect has enormous LED eyes like a baby Pixar character, even larger ears, and a clear, light-up joystick coming out of its head. Much like the old Furby, it still makes strange noises and offers quasi-responsive facial movements, but it now does those things with the help of an app.