The British government could protect against job losses from automation and artificial intelligence (AI) by giving £10,000 ($14,000) per year to every citizen under 55.
The lawsuit between Alphabet’s self-driving subsidiary Waymo and Uber officially begins today, nearly a year in the making.
We’re still a few years away from self-driving cars being part of the major traffic on roads.
One of the big topics of discussion at this year’s World Economic Forum event in Davos, has been about technology and the negative effects it can have.
We need to make people robot-proof in the wake of the fourth revolution and the advent of artificial intelligence (AI), according to AI expert, and the president of Northeastern University, Joseph Aoun.
The hype around driverless cars — also sometimes called self-driving cars — can seem a bit ahead of itself, leaving people wondering why there’s all this talk about something that’s still along way off, if it arrives at all.
Sir James Dyson has settled a dispute with Max Conze, the company’s former chief executive who was fired two months ago for allegedly stealing Dyson company secrets.
Australia’s first naval submarine, the HMAS AE-1, has been found after a 103-year search in the 13th mission to locate it.
Death, and the rituals surrounding it, are sobering and ceremonial affairs.
Schools in the UK are vulnerable to hackers, according to the security research company Pen Test Partners (PTP).
The UK government wants the UK to be at the forefront of the digital revolution, powered by artificial intelligence (AI).
General Motors (GM) will take on the likes of Uber and Lyft with its own self-driving ride-sharing service by 2019.
The big issue facing international warfare, aside from a potential nuclear war between the US and North Korea, is autonomous weapons.
Whilst many of us are counting down the days till autonomous vehicles are on the roads, yet the technology still needs to be fully worked out.
Modern medicine is increasingly reliant on new technology to develop more efficient and less invasive healthcare.
The driverless car market is awash with unexpected challengers.
Major companies are increasingly bullish on the driverless car sector and are unveiling massive investments and acquisitions as the car industry adjusts to the new reality.
The coming automation revolution — threatening to uproot millions of jobs around the world — could present an unexpected silver lining in the form of work place equality.
China is witnessing a technological boom in its shops and restaurants – and human staff are being edged out.
Some days it feels like technology isn’t moving fast enough.
How often do you think of leaving the UK for green pastures?
The UK government wants the country to be a leader in autonomous vehicle technology.
Worldwide the critical question is becoming; what is the future of work in an era of exponential technology development?
Universal basic income is becoming an increasingly debated topic around the world today, with Finland, the Canadian province of Ontario, and even Kenya beginning trials to test its feasibility.
For the next two days in Geneva, Switzerland, United Nations agencies, artificial intelligence experts, and tech industry heavyweights will thrash out how the coming AI revolution can be made to work for the good of all humanity.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has already started to revolutionise healthcare, but this is only the beginning of a new era — we will see an unimaginable potential coming to fruition over the next several years.
By April next year, all cars in the EU will be legally required to carry tech that will call emergency services in the event of a crash.
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.
There’s plenty of speculation as to the future of how trains will get from one station to another.
Almost 250,000 people working in the British public sector could soon lose their jobs to robots, according to a report published today by Reform.