The new technology behind machine learning-enhanced fake videos has a crucial flaw: Computer-generated faces don't blink as often as real people do.
Google DeepMind software can diagnose eye conditions as well as human doctors – and the medical profession should welcome this.
Changing people's behaviour is a huge challenge, but it is critical for good health and a sustainable planet.
Virtual assistants are often assumed to be female – perpetuating gendered assumptions in our imagined future.
Bees and wasps can recognise people's faces – despite having less than one million brain cells, compared to 86,000 million brain cells that make up a human brain.
We urgently need to contemplate the myths we tell about ourselves and technology as a way of evaluating the relationship between the two.
Machine learning is changing the world in ways that we are just beginning to appreciate. But could it change the way we do science and the reasons why we do science?
Reducing companies' future strategic successes to the simple idea of an ever-faster reaction time overlooks human intelligence, the organic capital involved in shaping their future.
A new tool called Biometric Mirror exposes the need for public debate about the ethics of AI.
Barack Obama was asked to give the Mandela Lecture because he represents what the global liberation struggle icon stood for. He struck the right chord.
With artificial intelligence, machines can now examine thousands of medical images for signs of disease. Will this technology replace doctors – or work side by side with them?
We used the latest techniques from artificial intelligence to study how support for or opposition to a piece of fake news can spread within a social network.
Artificial Intelligence is set to explode and, as a result, multiple versions of AI are bound to co-exist. It's time to influence its development into a truly pan-global cultural environment.
For roboticists looking to nature for inspiration on how animals see the world, there's a tension between mimicking biology and capitalising on the advances in camera technology.
Computational technologies impact on every human right.
Smarter AI could save us from computers' stupid decisions.
Project Debater looks like machines are ready to understand humans, but the reality is we're still in the earliest days of AI.
We have developed a system that combines human intuition with machine learning to provide support for people making complex decisions.
It is just as much for our own sake, as for the sake of robots, that we should begin recognising the rights of intelligent machines.
Australian law firms are beginning to demand that law schools teach students new skills for the new AI economy, but legal education is failing to keep up.