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    Automatica 4K by Nigel John Stanford: Amazing Intersection of Robotics and Human Talent

    Nigel John Stanford is a fantastic technologist and musician from Wellington City New Zealand. His latest music video is a must see for anyone who tracks robotics or enjoys great music or both. He uses industrial robots as stand in musicians and he trains and works the choreographic sequences for them perfectly.

    The robots are amazing. But it is the human innovation, creation and engineering that is most impressive here.

    The robots he uses are built by Kuka. For more on what they do see Kuka.com

    And for the video see:

    Find and follow Nigel John Stanford on Twitter here.

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    The Best Artificial Intelligence Blogs

    The Best artificial Intelligence Blogs

    Artificial Intelligence is one of the hottest topics in the globe right now. There is an incredible amount of information available on the topic. But how do you find actionable information that really matters to you? We are all seeking better context. Our methods include tracking the most reputable thought leaders, especially those that blog. We present our list of the Best Artificial Intelligence Blogs here:


    The Best Artificial Intelligence Blogs


    The AI researchers at the non-profit AI research company OpenAI are working hard to help us all understand the power of AI as well as the issues that society must work through on this fascinating topic. An important nuance, they seek to enact the path to safe artificial general intelligence.

    For more see: OpenAI.com

    The a16z AI Playbook

    This is not as frequently updated as a blog but it is such a tremendous resource it belongs high on our list. They bring insights on AI topics with a special focus on the creators who are building AI solutions.

    For more see: The a16z AI Playbook

    Artificial Intelligence Blog

    They cover AI news, research, books, and thought leaders in the industry. Track for insights into companies and conferences as well.

    For more see: Artificial-Intelligence.blog

    Machine Learning Mastery

    Dr. Jason Browlee is a respected practitoner and master of machine learning and he writes for others seeking to really excel at machine learning. Since his focus is on the people who can really execute the blog gets technical, but it is still understandable for the non-technical person who needs to track the big issues.

    For more see: Machine Learning Mastery

    The Algorithmia Blog

    The blog at Algorithmia shares insights, tips and best practices from a team with proven machine learning and data analytics chops.

    For more see: Algorithmia Blog

    AI Trends

    AI trends seeks out and reports on the latest trends in AI for the enterprise, AI research, AI vendors and conferences, including their AI world conference.

    For more see: AITrends


    With a focus on the enterprise CTO, CISO and Chief Data Officer, CTOvision tackles many relevant AI topics including how AI will transform the enterprise.

    For more see: CTOvision

    Machine Learnings

    Articles span from the very technical to the very non-technical and their insights are great for all parts of that spectrum.

    For more see: MachineLearnings

    MIT News AI Site

    MIT News has a special section on AI that captures the latest research and reporting from the academia/education community.

    For more see: MIT News

    Data Robot Blog

    The firm was established by some of the most highly capable data scientists in the world and their blog provides insights on trends and news we should all track.

    For more see: DataRobot Blog

    Cloudera Vision Blog

    Cloudera provides a platform for all data use cases and workloads including machine learning and artificial intelligence.

    For more see: Cloudera Vision Blog


    Did we miss one of your favorite blogs on AI? Have inputs for us on the list? Reach us on Twitter at @ThingsCyber or via our Contact Page.

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  • Intel IoT Blog

    Intel has invested quite a bit of brainpower into ensuring the IoT is as functional as possible and they field hardware and software designed to make it work. They also generate concepts and provide them on their blog. 

    See: Intel IoT Blog

  • The Guardian IoT Blog

    The Guardian writes for the masses and they bring their writing skills to the topic of IoT at their blog here.

    For more info see: The Guardian IoT

  • Microsoft IoT Blog

    The Microsoft IoT Blog provides insights into their own product suite, of course. But it also provides general context on the megatrend and provide concepts and use cases we should think through as we imagine what we could do with new IoT devices and their data.

    For more see: MicroSoft IoT Blog

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