Misinformation has been spreading online, in some places seemingly faster than the disease itself.
Using AI as a warning system for outbreaks isn't just for government.
Although the algorithms can crunch numbers and other data, they can't quite crack creativity.
The new rules still block large vehicles, meaning companies testing driverless big rigs have to look elsewhere.
A new law requires greater disclosure when companies use artificial intelligence technology to sift through job candidates.
Tech companies are hiring entertainers to make their chatbots nimble and witty.
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.