Despite running Tesla, taking over SolarCity, and finding time to invent the Hyperloop and a boring tunnel machine company, Elon Musk has decided to launch another new company.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has been doing some pretty cool things of late.
Millions of jobs could be affected by automation and artificial intelligence (AI) by 2030s, as the technology makes inroads across all sectors.
Two-thirds of Americans believe robots will soon perform most of the work done by humans, and they might be right — especially when it comes to serving up the perfect hamburger.
Oxford University scientists have created a new software programme that can lip-read better than humans.
In the year since Nokia announced AVA — its smart cloud service — it has unveiled a slew of services for the tech, suggesting it’s going to start using the platform more widely.
Whether your interaction with artificial intelligence (AI) is limited to science-fiction or you spend more time in your day talking to Siri and Alexa than actual humans, you can’t hide from the fact AI is changing the world.
Humans are expensive to run, require regular breaks, and their productivity can vary significantly from day to day.
The use of social media by terrorist groups to radicalise young people, and the rise of right-wing extremism, means tech companies are trying to monitor user content more closely.
The primary application of artificial intelligence in retail is customer service chatbots, intelligent search tools, and personalisation.
Training to become a doctor takes around seven years in the UK, in terms of a five-year university education and two years training as a junior doctor.
Baidu (known as the ‘Google of China’) last year partnered up with KFC to form the first ever ‘smart restaurant’ in Beijing, China.
Ever feel like you’re droning on and no one is listening?
In the first-ever vote of its kind, the European legal affairs committee voted in favour of proposals to grant legal status to robots.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is already impacting life insurers — and depending on your perspective — it can be a friend or foe.