Monitoring the online activity of hacker communities is a goldmine of information for those wishing to avert cyber crimes.
The Foundation for Responsible Robotics (FRR) has announced it will be launching a quality mark for robotics and artificial intelligence to promote transparency and trust in AI products.
New research suggests that artificial intelligence (AI) technology is making the workplace more human, despite fears that AI will lead to widespread job losses.
Some 127m smart home units are expected to be sold in the United States in 2018, with the global smart home market expected to be worth $53.5bn by 2022 according to Zion Market Research.
The European Parliament has passed a resolution supporting a ban on the development and use of killer robots.
Predictions about the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on the future of work have ranged from widespread job displacement to booming job creation.
Researchers at the Carnegie Mellon University, US, have developed an automated process for transforming the content of one video into another more accurately.
With Virgin Galactic aiming to launch the first commercial space flight as early as this year, space tourism looks like it could soon become a reality.
A study has found that the majority of global business leaders believe AI will diversify human thinking rather than replace it.
The ability to store, manage and analyse data is increasingly crucial to businesses of all sizes, but according to research by in-memory analytics database creator Exasol, the importance of data is not being fully recognised by over a third of business leaders.
The collaborative robots market is seeing rapid adoption and by 2025 will be worth $8.979bn worldwide, around twenty times, or 1900%, of its current value.
Until recently, most classrooms across the globe were unchanged by innovative technology.
A drone ambulance that is capable of operating autonomously while carrying a single injured passenger has been awarded $20,000 to fund its further development.
Trust in the British political system has been falling for decades.
With smart cars increasingly common and self-driving cars getting ever closer to becoming a reality, the roads in major cities look set undergo a transformation.
There is a “real danger to humanity” if there is no ban on so-called killer robots, says professor of artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics Noel Sharkey.
In what may sound like a dream come true for coffee drinkers, a coffee-delivery drone that can predict when you next need a caffeine boost has been patented by computer manufacturing company IBM.
Virtual reality tours, augmented reality board games and hologram clothes shopping are just some of the things travellers should expect in the airport lounge of the future.
In the last few years, Machine Learning has quickly gone from a niche subject to one with significant relevance to many companies and organisations.
From virtual reality to driverless cars, there is no doubt that emerging technologies have received a significant amount of attention over recent years.
Andy Haldane, chief economist of the Bank of England, has warned that the spread of AI in the workplace could disrupt the job market and lead to “rising inequality”.
This week a mining operator based in Australia sat down at a control station and began remotely operating mining equipment in the city of Sudbury in Ontario, Canada.
We are less than two decades away from peak car, where sales of passenger vehicles will reach their all-time high before car ownership begins to decline.
As AI gathers speed, the country has a growing need for digital skills, but could selective education be the answer?
In a key milestone towards introducing artificially intelligent driverless cars in London, five data-gathering cars will be driving through the Boroughs of Bromley and Croydon this year.
China is set to become the biggest player in facial recognition technology both as a consumer and a provider, according to research by Gen Market Insights.
Through the rise of artificial intelligence and the internet of things, robots are undoubtedly becoming an accepted part of everyday life.
Intelligent buildings will be a prominent part of the future of architecture, according to acclaimed architect Chris Wilkinson, founder of leading practice WilkinsonEyre.
Human-level intelligent machines are just a decade away, according to a leading technology expert and former rocket scientists.
The Spanish Government has signed a deal to open Europe’s first Hyperloop Development Facility for Virgin Hyperloop One.