The BT share price has fallen 8% this morning after the UK telecoms giant announced it will be axing 13,000 jobs and abandoning its London HQ in sweeping cost-cutting measures.
China’s search engine Baidu is positioning itself as an artificial intelligence (AI) giant — already selling off its video unit and its food delivery business and with plans in the works to dispose of its financial services arm, sending the Baidu share price sharply higher in New York.
The European Commission (EC) has said it plans to pump €1.5 billion into artificial intelligence research by 2020 as it tries to catch up China and the US, 70% more than it currently does.
A state-sponsored Russian home router hack in the UK and US has the potential to bring down national infrastructure, including air traffic control centres, experts have warned.
A meeting of the United Nations (UN) is set to take place in Geneva today, where 123 member countries will discuss how to regulate the production of lethal autonomous weapons systems and the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to create so-called killer robots.
Concerned researchers are boycotting a South Korean lab partnership developing autonomous arms.
Flights to Heathrow and Gatwick airport could be delayed over the next three weeks as air traffic controllers update the technology that they use.
US ride-hailing app Uber has said it is not looking to renew its permit to test self-driving cars on public roads in California and has “indefinitely suspended” testing in Pennsylvania.
Ride-hailing app Uber has had its self-driving car testing program in Arizona suspended after the death of Elaine Herzberg, a pedestrian who was struck and killed by one of the company’s driverless cars earlier this month.
Police in the US have released a video of the first self-driving car crash that killed a pedestrian late last week.
Robots in factories, hospitals, farms, and pelting down highways are set to contribute $14 trillion to the global economy by 2035, a new study has found.
Saudi Arabia has unveiled plans to launch a nationwide camel database by micro-chipping every camel in the Kingdom.
The world’s largest advertising group WPP has branded 2017 a miserable year as the sector struggles to adapt to the digital world, sending shares sharply lower.
Always on the front line of the latest technological innovations, South Korea has used the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, to showcase its latest creations.
As artificial intelligence (AI) becomes more widespread and powerful, it is increasingly vulnerable to exploitation by terrorists, cyber criminals and rogue states, researchers have warned.
The world’s biggest asset manager BlackRock is planning to build a new research lab dedicated to artificial intelligence in Palo Alto, California.
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.