1. Amazon Wants To Join SpaceX And Launch 3,200 Internet Satllites

Amazon has officially filed an application with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to launch 3,236 broadband satellites. The online retailer is trying to connect the remaining tens of millions of people to the internet that don’t have access yet as part of Project Kuiper.

Author: Victor Tangermann

Read More On: Futurism

2. A Hospital Introduced a Robot To Help Nurses. They Didn’t Expect It To Be So Popular

Nurses are in high demand: The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the number of jobs for nurses will grow 15% from 2016 to 2026, which is much faster than other jobs.

Author: Katharine Schwab

Read More On: Fast Company

3. Robots, Not Humans, Are The New Space Explorers

When Neil Armstrong set foot on the moon 50 years ago, it was an inspiring moment for people around the world. But another kind of explorer is responsible for much of the modern enthusiasm for space exploration.

Author: Joe Palca

Read More On: National Public Radio

4. Here’s What Happens in Your Brain When You’re Creeped Out by Certain Robots

You might be familiar with the ‘uncanny valley’ effect, where a computer-generated character or robot looks almost human… but with enough of a gap to a real person to leave you feeling uneasy.

Author: David Nield

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5. 10 Charts That Will Change Your Perspective Of AI In Marketing

Top-performing companies are more than twice as likely to be using AI for marketing (28% vs. 12%) according to Adobe’s latest Digital Intelligence Briefing. Retailers are investing $5.9B this year in AI-based marketing and customer service solutions to improve shoppers’ buying experiences according to IDC.

Author: Louis Columbus

Read More On: Forbes

6. No Robots Won’t Take Our Jobs But We Need New Skills

Technology may get a bum rap when it comes to the impact on future jobs, but a new survey from ManpowerGroup, the employment company, found technological advances will create jobs in new areas.

Author: Donna Fuscaldo

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7. Machine-learning algorithms can discover new things

Are computers smart enough to make scientific discoveries? Research by the US Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory suggests the answer may be “yes”.

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8. Why SoftBank Invested $300 Million In Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

Robotic Process Automation (or RPA) is one of the hottest areas in the enterprise technology sector these days, reaching $1.3 billion this year, says Gartner.
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9. Man Vs. Machine: The 6 Greatest AI Challenges To Showcase The Power Of Artificial Intelligence

As artificial intelligence (AI) research and development continues to strengthen, there have been some incredibly intriguing projects where machines battled man in tasks that were once thought the realm of humans.

Author: Bernard Marr

Read More On: Forbes

10. The state of AI in 2019: Breakthroughs in machine learning, natural language processing, games, and knowledge graphs

AI is one of the most rapidly growing domains today. Keeping track and taking stock of AI requires not just constant attention, but also the ability to dissect and evaluate across a number of dimensions.

Author: George Anadiotis

Read More On: ZD Net