With new facial recognition technology, a tool to surveil the police may be changing its target, Sidney Fussell of The Atlantic says.
Robots could be coming to take our jobs, but maybe the ones we don't want to do anyway.
Machines still have a devil of a time figuring out all the nuance and context of human speech and the written word.
AI advocates say it's better for people on both sides.
Female voice assistants could be encouraging us to issue orders to women.
Applications of that type of artificial intelligence could make their way not just into business but also military strategy.
An app that measures customers' feet will be available on phones and in stores in July.
The fast food chain is acquiring digital startup Dynamic Yield for more than $300 million.
The Big Book
And sooner than you think, futurist Amy Webb says.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order this afternoon to create a program to boost U.S. leadership in artificial intelligence. No new funding per se, that’s up to Congress. But the White House is directing federal agencies to prioritize AI…