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Artificial Intelligence, BA: Online Degrees: Online Degree Programs: Indiana University


From smart appliances and chat bots to public safety and intuitive logistics, artificial intelligence impacts our daily lives. AI reaches across platforms at enterprise scale, offering convenience, increasing productivity, and propelling innovation. The IU Online BA in Artificial Intelligence can put you at the forefront of this emerging AI landscape. As a student in this program, you develop the AI skills that employers are seeking in machine learning, bot development, robotic process automation, and cognitive computing. Problem solving lies at the core of the program, as you learn how to apply artificial intelligence, bot platforms, and frameworks to automate robotic and cognitive processes from start to finish.

Home appliances to hep with chores and housework โ€“ IAM Network


Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. Our colleague Marc Saltzman from USA TODAY is here to share some insight into how smart robots can help do your housework and make your life easier. Now that society is cautiously opening up ahead of the fall season, the last thing you want to do is more work around the house. Not to mention, you might be busy getting the kids ready for another school year โ€“ at home, in class, or a bit of both. Fortunately, technology can help, so you can focus on what matters.

Automation: How iRobot's Roomba vacuum cleaner became part of the family


An executive guide to the technology and market drivers behind the $135 billion robotics market. ZDNet talked to the CEO and co-founder of iRobot, Colin Angle, to discover the story of the Roomba's development and why people get so attached to their robot vacuum cleaners ZDNet: You originally started out while researching at MIT. How long were you there for? Angle: I started out there as an undergraduate. I was looking for a university that would feed my passion to build. At MIT, I was an undergrad before getting into graduate school.

Microsoft's Cortana to help refrigerators in 'food management' - Times of India


NEW YORK: Tech giant Microsoft and large equipment manufacturer Liebherr are collaborating on a new generation of smart refrigerators that would help in shopping and planning meals with intelligent food management. "As part of the Liebherr household appliances division's digital initiative, the duo would develop'SmartDeviceBox' -- a communication module which fits into refrigerators and freezers -- connecting them to the internet," T.J Hazen, Principal Data Scientist Manager at Microsoft, wrote. The system, which would utilise the same machine learning technology used in Microsoft's artificial intelligence (AI) assistant Cortana, is designed to have a long lifecycle. Microsoft gets big support in its fight for digital privacy with US Technology, media, pharmaceutical and other companies, along with major corporate lobbying groups, filed legal briefs on Friday in support of a Microsoft Corp lawsuit that aims to strike down a law preventing companies from telling customers the government is seeking their data. With this technology, modular units can be integrated and upgraded at any time in existing SmartDevice-ready appliances to create value and comfort for customers through new digital features and solutions, the post on Microsoft blog said.