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  1. FILE PHOTO: Logo of H&M is seen in a display window of a store in Zurich, Switzerland

    Back on trend? H&M makes AI, loyalty drive to ride fashion cycle

    When H&M boosted its shares last month by reporting a rise in the sale of full-price garments, it wasn't just a tribute to the fashion sense of ...
  2. Beijing wants to become the world leader in the AI industry, but there are concerns that new

    China using AI to identify Uighurs across China: NYT

  3. A woman passes by a Chase bank in Times Square in New York

    JPMorgan awards research grants, deepening its AI push

    JPMorgan Chase & Co has awarded 47 financial grants to university faculty and PhD students for artificial intelligence research, ramping up its ...
  4. Ai-Da

    The new Da Vinci? Meet Ai-Da the robot artist

  5. FILE PHOTO: The IBM logo displayed at the SIBOS banking and financial conference in Toronto

    IBM says Watson AI services will now work on any cloud

    IBM Corp announced on Tuesday that some of its Watson artificial intelligence services will now work on rival cloud computing providers as it ...
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    Venture capital firm uses AI to seek out start-ups across Europe

  7. Super Bowl LIII - New England Patriots v Los Angeles Rams

    Bud Light, robots, AI dominate attention during Super Bowl

    Anheuser-Busch Inbev's Bud Light stole the show with a tie-up with HBO's "Game of Thrones," during the Super Bowl on Sunday, while robots and ...
  8. An artificial Intelligence project utilizing a humanoid robot from French company Aldebaran and rep

    US, China take the lead in race for artificial intelligence: UN

    China and the United States are ahead of the global competition to dominate artificial intelligence (AI), according to a study by the U.N. World ...
  9. McDonald's self-service kiosks are seen in a prototype restaurant housed in a warehouse in Chi

    Commentary: Giant touchscreens at McDonald's have made me an unpaid staff member

    The rise of automation has contributed to an illusion that human effort can be simply substituted by machine, says one observer.