Does big data threaten how humans explore the natural world? We need to protect our impulses to observe, compare, play, discover and love, no matter what technological capabilities are available.
Predicting human behavior is big business. But science may never be able to do so with perfect certainty.
Google's artificial intelligence has been taught to look for planets around other stars. It's already making new discoveries that scientists have missed.
DeepMind's machine learning collaboration with another NHS trust (this time, it's applying the tech to breast cancer) kicks up more questions of trust.
For future machines to be as smart as we are, they'll need to be able to learn like we do.
The new AlphaGo Zero artificial intelligence took just days to learn to play Go from scratch, with no human intervention. It even learned strategies never seen before in human play.
Blade Runner 2049 misses modern strides in artificial intelligence, which is now capable of performing creative work alongside humans.
Creating an ethical machine learning system is no simple task, but maths can help.
Combining machine learning, artificial intelligence and autonomous vehicles could revolutionize how people with disabilities get around their communities.
Computers today are fast and powerful but they still can't think like a human when it comes to some tasks we find easy. That's why tech companies are turning to neuroscience for help.
Digital games now know you so well they can predict your behaviour.
The future and the past, money, technology and politics documented and imagined in fact and fiction, in an economist's recommended reading.
How the idea of a hyper-connected society could quickly go from utopia to dystopia and why neither scenario is likely to last.
Self-driving vehicles will need to communicate and work together.
Methods stemming from decades of research on disordered materials are used to describe algorithmic phase transitions, and to design new algorithms in machine-learning problems.
Nobody can understand the legal language in privacy policies. Can artificial intelligence digest the text and produce a human-readable explanation?
While there is currently interest interest in artificial intelligence, it offers limited achievements, such as the autonomous car. Tomorrow, machines will learn alone and forge solutions.
Important advances have been made in the areas of automatic language processing and emotional computing, and that could have big implications for business.
Text and video 'mining' could be used to automatically detect violent language and behaviour.
The Supreme Court's public reputation is strong in part because people see it as less political than other government branches. What can text analysis tell us about how accurate that perception is?