Infographic: Humanoid Robots

Infographic: Humanoid Robots

2023 was the year that generative AI hit mass adoption. Will 2024 be the year that humanoid robots enter the mainstream? From factories to hotels, homes to offices, human-shaped robots and cobots are more advanced than ever.
Watch: A Short History of A.I. Chatbots From Eliza to ChatGPT

Watch: A Short History of A.I. Chatbots From Eliza to ChatGPT

Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) has come a long way since its earliest days, when computer scientists first began exploring the possibilities of machine learning and natural language processing. Over the years, a number of groundbreaking AI programs have paved the way for today's sophisticated chatbots and language models. In this video, TheDeptOfNext.com takes a look at the history of A.I., through a series of programs that helped pave the way for ChatGPT.
Nothing Earbuds with ChatGPT: Next-Gen Earbuds Let You Chat with AI

Nothing Earbuds with ChatGPT: Next-Gen Earbuds Let You Chat with AI

Nothing, the London-based tech company, has announced a duo of refreshed earbuds, adding to its innovative product line. While the naming conventions might seem a tad perplexing at first glance, the Nothing Ear and Nothing Ear (a) each bring their own unique updates to the table. The Nothing Ear takes the mantle from the previous iteration, Nothing Ear (2), while the Nothing Ear (a) serves as a spiritual successor to the Nothing Ear Stick. However, the real standout feature in this announcement is Nothing's integration of ChatGPT, a generative AI program developed by OpenAI, directly into the earbuds.
Interactive AI,

What’s After Generative AI? Interactive AI, According to DeepMind Co-Founder

There's no doubt that AI has started to move very, very quickly. However, it was a slow build. Decades of research, beginning decades ago, brought about the beginning of artificial intelligence, with deep learning that could classify information. That led to the current iteration of the technology - generative AI, with text applications such as ChatGPT, Claude and Bard, as well as video and image applications such as Runway, Dall-E and Midjourney. But, what's next?