Top 3 Mind-Blowing News From the World of Artificial Intelligence

Lenore Staats

The technologies from sci-fi movies are already around the corner. International corporations and top-notch ML laboratories work every day to make helpful robots a reality. In this post, we are going to talk about some of the most recent news from the world of robotics. Get ready to be surprised!

Japanese agency started to hire robots instead of humans

MusashiAI is a Japanese startup that provides robots as employees to other companies on a rental basis. If the company needs a new mechanical employee, they can address MusashiAI.

Their idea is that hiring robots is much cheaper than employing humans.

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Eastern Bank idea leads to small-business money management app

Lenore Staats

Monit, a fintech company that stemmed from an idea hatched at Eastern Bank in Boston, has launched a namesake app to help small-business owners analyze and predict cash flow, revenue and profitability.

Rather than charging small-business owners to use it, the app will be delivered through community and regional banks. Monit makes money through software-as-a-service revenue agreements with banks.

This launch is one example of a broader trend in which banks of all sizes are trying to provide better technology to small businesses, in the hopes of attracting and strengthening relationships with them. Apps like Monit’s not only can tie

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Ginsburg’s Death Was ‘Personal’ for All New Yorkers, De Blasio Says, Will Rename Brooklyn Building After Her

Lenore Staats

Painted on the street outside the Brooklyn Municipal Building are the words “Black Lives Matter,” making it a fitting spot to honor Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, according to New York Mayor Bill de Blasio.



a bird sitting on top of a building: A mural reading “Black Lives Matter” in large yellow letters was added to the street in front of the Brooklyn Municipal Building on June 30 in New York City. On Tuesday, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced the building will be renamed after Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.


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A mural reading “Black Lives Matter” in large yellow letters was added to the street in front of the Brooklyn Municipal Building on June 30 in New York City. On Tuesday, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced the building will be renamed after Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

De Blasio announced during a briefing on Tuesday that the Brooklyn Municipal Building will be

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UK funds coronavirus research for vulnerable global communities

Lenore Staats

The UK government is to invest £7.2m in 20 new research projects to address the impact of Covid-19 on vulnerable communities around the world.

Developing countries are facing immense pressures because of the global health crisis. The pandemic has not only put their health services under extreme pressure, but the global lockdown has damaged their economies disproportionately.

According to the UN, the number of people facing food shortages could double by the end of this year and about 150 million people worldwide lost full-time jobs in the first quarter of this year, with millions more expected to lose their livelihoods.

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