Microsoft’s artificial intelligence-powered video technology can correct one’s gaze in video calls to make one appear to be looking directly into the camera lens.
By SARTHAK ROHAL, VP of IT services at AlphaCodes
By TŠABI MOLAPO, TONYA NYAKEYA, SIBONGILE GUMEDE, and SIBUSISIWE MAKHANYA of the IBM research team
By JAMES BAYHACK, director for Sub-Saharan Africa at CM.com
Toshiba's new artificial intelligence-powered tool is capable of recognising image locations and the real-world size of objects from one photo.
For decades, irrigating avocados was based on the farmer’s intuition and experience, limiting their potential. Now, technology is taking over.
STEPHANIE ROSENMAYER provides insights into video trends – some of which will extend the functionality of the existing camera technology.
Avaya's rapidly expanding OneCloud Contact Centre as a Service (CCaaS) portfolio is set to change how call centres operate.
A free tool called Kuzi is set to help farmers and pastoralists across Africa to predict and control locust behaviour. The tool delivers warnings by SMS,...
Three panels moderated by Gadget's editor-in-chief explore how Microsoft is tackling AI skills development to help create a future in which every person has access to...