Need a friend? Samsung’s new humanoid chatbots known as Neons can show emotions

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Samsung’s Star Labs group just debuted an artificial humanoid chatbot at CES 2020, and it can show emotions. Known as Neon, the technology focuses on realistic-looking humans that also act like real people.

Walmart will begin to use autonomous electric cars to deliver groceries

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Your Walmart groceries might soon be delivered via an autonomous vehicle thanks to a new partnership with Nuro. The pilot program in Houston will deliver groceries using Nuro’s self-driving technology and a fleet of electric vehicles.

The Apple Car moves forward with a patent that could eliminate blind spots

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Apple may be closer into getting involved in the automotive market with a new patent that is meant to eliminate a car’s blind spots. The patent’s technology essentially projects images of the surrounding environment within the car’s blind spots.

Forget about buying business supplies, Amazon’s happy to restock for you

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Amazon wants you to be able to restock office supplies more efficiently with the Dash Smart Shelf. The shelf is a Wi-Fi-enabled smart scale that has weight-sensing technology to track inventory and re-order stock when it senses its running low.

Artificial intelligence can now identify a bird just by looking at a photo

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A new A.I. tool can identify up to 200 different species of birds just by looking at one photo. The technology comes from a team at Duke University that used over 11,000 photos of 200 bird species to teach a machine to differentiate them.