The next time you pass across a border, you might find yourself being interrogated by an artificial intelligence-powered lie detector rather than a human agent.
As two of the world leaders in artificial intelligence (AI), it is perhaps no surprise that the US and China have seen the industry as a key battleground in their ongoing trade war.
Researchers from the University of Surrey have teamed up with US artificial intelligence company Dabus to file patents in an AI system’s name, but the idea of recognising AI as an inventor has received mixed response from the industry.
From Leicester City winning the title in 2016 to Liverpool overturning a 4-0 defeat to Barcelona in last season’s Champions League, football is impossible to predict.
Cockroaches are notoriously difficult to kill.
Researchers from MIT, along with Google’s AI labs, recently announced that they have developed an AI translation tool capable of translating ancient languages.
Predictions of a boom in voice assistant shopping are “wildly optimistic”, according to ParcelHero, with consumers yet to fully embrace the technology.
Mobile satellite communications provider Inmarsat has teamed up with environmental non-profit RESOLVE to deploy an artificial intelligence (AI) powered system to protect endangered wildlife from poachers across the African continent.
A computer that understands how you feel may sound like something out of a dystopian sci-fi film, but with the ever-advancing capabilities of artificial intelligence, it may soon become a reality.
While artificial intelligence (AI) technology has the power to transform a range of sectors, US-based technology giants remain the largest investors in promising AI tech startups, according to data and analytics company GlobalData.
Ample Labs, a non-profit using technology to empower the homeless community, has teamed up with artificial intelligence company Ada to create an AI chatbot that will provide homeless people with 24-hour access to support.
If we don’t merge our brains with artificial intelligence, we’re toast.
Robots and prosthetics may soon have a sense of touch similar to human skin thanks to e-skin technology developed by researchers at the National University of Singapore.
A pie created using artificial intelligence (AI) has been produced by pie maker Piglets Pantry in collaboration with digital lending platform Esme Loans in order to show how the technology can be used by small businesses.
US researchers have created an AI that can solve a Rubik’s Cube in a fraction of a second, far quicker than the fastest human.
The number of enterprise projects using artificial intelligence (AI) or machine learning (ML), are set to double within the next year, but the skills needed to back such AI projects remain a significant concern.
It is a well-known piece of trivia that smartphones now contain greater processing power than the computers used in NASA missions to send astronauts to the Moon 50 years ago, and it is certainly true that modern smartphone now rival supercomputers of the past.
US venture capital (VC) firms are making up the lion’s share of investment in artificial intelligence (AI) startups, according to data and analytics company GlobalData.
An underwater robot is being developed to explore abandoned mines and determine whether it is economically viable to reopen them.
As the capabilities of artificial intelligence (AI) improve, so does its prevalence in everyday life, including how businesses interact with customers.
There’s a global shortage of artificial intelligence (AI) talent; labour markets all over the world can’t keep up with the demand for developers, mathematicians and scientists who can create new and innovative AI technology.
Despite growing concerns and public attention surrounding AI ethics, only 25% of those involved in the development and deployment of AI are prioritising the issue, according to research published by PwC.
Fears over the rise of artificial intelligence, automation and robots are often downplayed.
The Chinese AI industry is seeing increasingly muted investment as the hype in 2018 begins to dissipate, according to a report published today, with some fearing an AI winter in the country.
Whether they’re in our homes, offices or on buildings that we walk past every day, there is an estimated 5.9 million surveillance cameras across the UK.
Today is World Productivity Day, a day for businesses to rethink their strategies for boosting productivity.
From chatbots answering customer queries to making personalised recommendations, artificial intelligence (AI) now plays a role in many of the interactions between business and customer.
There’s a wealth of Artificial Intelligence (AI) projects underway across all areas of financial services as banks explore the potential for the technology to revolutionise their business.
The world is witnessing a historic surge in migration.
Imagine knowing a person’s intention to buy a product with more than 80% accuracy, solely from the emotion in their voice. That is the promise of Behavioral Signals, an artificial intelligence (AI) startup based in Los Angeles, US.