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DeepMind compares the way children and AI research

In a preprint article, researchers from Alphabet’s DeepMind and the University of California at Berkeley proposed a framework to compare the way children and AI learn about the world. The work, which has been motivated by research into how child learning supports behavior later in life, could help bridge the gap between AI and people when it comes to acquiring …

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Rogue Games raises $ 2 million to expand indie game publishing

Rogue Games raised $ 2 million to grow its indie game publishing across a variety of platforms. Runa Capital led the Los Angeles-based Rogue Games that Mighty Capital and existing investors such as Grishin Robotics and others participated in. Liquid 2 Ventures (Joe Montana & Michael Ma) and Ronnie Lott also participated in the round as new investors. In an …

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Boston Dynamics’ spot patrols a park in Singapore to promote social distancing – TechCrunch

Since the announcement of the commercial availability of Spot, Boston Dynamics has presented a number of different appearances for the robot, from design to telepresence. Last month, the company announced that it had partnered with local hospitals interested in using the remote visit platform for COVID-19 victims. It turned out that the global pandemic triggered all kinds of surprise innovations …

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Is it better now to be a private or public company? – TechCrunch

Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capitalized podcast, in which we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. Every week we write this post with a similar opening line Wow, what week? This is another one of these weeks. Perhaps this is just life now, and every week will stretch before us, much like Gandalf said after killing this …

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