Artificial intelligence (AI) has quickly emerged as the defining technology of our society.
Companies are increasingly embracing the internet of things (IoT), but IoT initiatives on their own are falling short when compared to those that pair the technology with artificial intelligence (AI).
A healthcare algorithm used to decide whether millions of US patients received access to a high-risk care management programme demonstrated “significant” racial bias against black patients.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is having a transformational impact to a host of industries, and according to research released today, AI for infrastructure, covering construction architecture and engineering, is set to be particularly vital.
Researchers at the University of Surrey have developed a deep neural network that could help improve accuracy levels of facial recognition.
For the first time ever, listeners will be able to interact with a live radio broadcast through their voice assistants, the BBC announced.
Winnow, a startup using artificial intelligence (AI) to cut waste in the food services industry, has announced that is has raised $20m funding in the last month, in part through a series B funding round.
In cybersecurity, red team professionals are tasked with finding vulnerabilities before they become a problem.
Social robots are on the rise, and with the ability to easily gain our trust, they could easily be used to perform cybercriminal activity, such as heists that involve gaining access to secure buildings, according to research published today.
With paperless boarding passes, biometric self-service security and in some places robots to assist customers as they make their way around terminals, it is clear to see that technology is impacting the way we travel.
The rise of artificial intelligence (AI) means that future in-demand skills will be decreasingly technical and increasingly emotive, creating a “feeling economy”, according to research.
The Carl Zeiss Foundation is funding the establishment of a new artificial intelligence (AI) research centre in Mainz, Germany, that will focus on determining why modern machine learning methods are so effective.
At The Common Good in the Digital Age conference last weekend, Pope Francis warned that artificial intelligence (AI) could, if unchecked by ethics, become “an enemy of the common good”.
The uptake of artificial intelligence (AI) is expected to create 133 million new jobs globally and “drastically change” the UK job market in the coming years, according to a new report.
A facial recognition service has been launched that enables governments and businesses to get real-time data on people’s online habits, preferences and social presence.
Whether it’s saving a life or driving you to work, 76% of the British public want more say in how artificial intelligence (AI) systems are developed, according to research conducted by Samsung.
In what may be the start of a Terminator-style uprising, artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics company Geek+ has launched the world’s first smart factory where robots are working to create an endless supply of more robots.
A team of researchers from Penn State University have developed a new tool that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to predict crop productivity for farmers in Africa, in a bid to protect crops from climate change.
The UK could struggle to compete with other economies if it does not invest more in robotics and automation.
It’s unusual for a nature soundscape to kick off any talk at a conference, much less at a tech conference held by Chinese giant Huawei.
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Chinese technology giant Huawei has announced the launch of what it claims is the fastest cluster for training artificial intelligence (AI) in the world.
The use of data analytics and machine learning in policing has plenty of potential benefits, but it also presents a significant risk of unfair discrimination, security think tank Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies (RUSI) has warned.
An autonomous submarine, known as an autonomous underwater vehicle, has been used by researchers to gain important insights into the melting of Norwegian glaciers.
Researchers have created prototypes of a stretchable silicone structure that can sense and react to stimuli without any centralised processing, or ‘brain’.
Element AI, a developer of enterprise-targeted artificial intelligence products, has announced that is has raised CAD $200m (£123m) in a Series B financing round.
Employees in Britain are the least concerned about losing their jobs to artificial intelligence (AI), according to research by leading HR solutions provider Adecco Group.
A new artificial intelligence (AI) neutral network can successfully detect heart failure from just one heartbeat.
The Spring/Summer ‘20 leg of New York Fashion Week (NYFW) kicked off this week, with highly anticipated runway shows using a range of technology to bring a digital experience to the physical catwalk.