Artificial intelligence will transform universities. Here’s how.
2001: A Space Odyssey's sentient computer will only ever be a work of science fiction, says a cognitive neuroscientist.
On March 18 in Tempe, Arizona, an Uber self-driving car struck and killed Elaine Herzberg, who was walking her bicycle across a street. The human driver was supposed to be monitoring the car’s behaviour, but did not do so. Its systems apparently did not detect the victim, as it neither slowed down nor tried to avoid hitting Herzberg
The report of the mathematician and deputy of Essonne Cédric Villani renders his report on artificial intelligence today.
Ready player one?
It's time programmers looked out old computer text adventures like Zork and Colossal Cave from the 1970s and 1980s.
Humans are already imposing our barely understood sexual ethic upon machines.
AI chatbots still struggle to understand the impact of their words.
The chatbot industry sees more data as the answer to building a truly conversational system. But the industry may be teaching chatbots the wrong thing.
A 2018 pilot project between the Public Health Agency of Canada and Advanced Symbolics will use social media posts as a resource to predict regional suicide rates.
From predicting suicide risk to chatbot therapy, artificial intelligence is all the rage in suicide prevention. The question is, can it really work?
A branch of AI research promises to deliver computers that evolve their own software but the tech industry has yet to catch on.
It isn’t that we should worry about AI becoming more human. We should fear ourselves becoming more artificial.
Spot removes traditional barriers to reporting abusive behavior, because participants can log incidents without talking to a human.
Stephen Hawking both warned about and benefited from artificial intelligence.
Despite his fears artificial intelligence might one day overtake humanity, Stephen Hawking knew from his own life how profoundly AI could improve humans' daily lives.
A visitor arrives to Fira Barcelona congress centre on the third day of the Mobile World Congress.
The biggest mobile technology showcase of the year wrapped up in Barcelona yesterday. We took a look at some of the highlights.
Artificial intelligence is likely to reinforce or even amplify gender inequality because the data used to train machines is biased.
Videos serving up jihadi content are being targeted by the Home Office.
Machine learning isn't reliable enough yet – and it's short-sighted to only train this detection tech on jihadi content.
Investment in AI research is growing in Canada, but there’s little thought about ethics, privacy and governance issues.
Canada has a clear choice. Either it embraces the potential of being a leader in responsible AI, or it risks legitimating a race to the bottom where ethics, inequity and justice are absent.
The 2014 film Ex Machina explored a dystopian vision of what could happen in a world where humans empathise with robots.
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When we include someone (or something) in our moral circle we feel a sense of moral obligation for their treatment. But the factors determining who is in or out are more complicated than you may think.
Science fiction has a more important job to do – it allows us to see ourselves in a new light.
Performance of « Sorcieres: dance together with smartphones » at ENSCI les Ateliers.
Smartphones are new tools for body rehabilitation, sports training and motor development.
Humans and robots can work together to create jobs for the future.
Predicted job losses from the rise of the robots vary widely. So rather than worry about robots taking over, we should learn to work with them and use them as intelligent tools.
We should be worried about the development of social skills in a world where everyone can have their 'perfect' AI friend.