The world of robotic process automation, or RPA, is exploding, with numerous industries finding new ways to automate repetitive or mundane aspects of their business.
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.
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.
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Researchers have created prototypes of a stretchable silicone structure that can sense and react to stimuli without any centralised processing, or ‘brain’.
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.
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.
Consumers are coming round to voice assistants so much so that many would rather interact with bots than humans, according to research by the Capgemini Research Institute.
Many enterprises are already implementing artificial intelligence (AI) or robotic process automation (RPA) to manage specific parts of their business.
The UK government has developed a voracious appetite for artificial intelligence (AI), based on a promise of its apparently transformative power across myriad industries.
A research project has brought together artificial intelligence (AI), satellites, cloud computing and the internet of things (IoT) to help farmers detect diseased bananas using a smartphone app.
Technology entrepreneur Elon Musk has given his backing to Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang and reaffirmed his support of universal basic income – a key policy of Yang’s.
The UK government has said it will allocate £250m for a National Artificial Intelligence Lab for the National Health Service (NHS) to improve patient care.
The next time you pass across a border, you might find yourself being interrogated by an artificial intelligence-powered lie detector rather than a human agent.
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A robotic bar has opened in Milan, Italy, that is designed to introduce people to the world of industrial robotics and how it can benefit them.
If we don’t merge our brains with artificial intelligence, we’re toast.
US researchers have created an AI that can solve a Rubik’s Cube in a fraction of a second, far quicker than the fastest human.
US venture capital (VC) firms are making up the lion’s share of investment in artificial intelligence (AI) startups, according to data and analytics company GlobalData.
There’s a global shortage of artificial intelligence (AI) talent; labour markets all over the world can’t keep up with the demand for developers, mathematicians and scientists who can create new and innovative AI technology.
A new form of motor racing got underway this year, one in which the driver is optional.
Despite growing concerns and public attention surrounding AI ethics, only 25% of those involved in the development and deployment of AI are prioritising the issue, according to research published by PwC.
The Chinese AI industry is seeing increasingly muted investment as the hype in 2018 begins to dissipate, according to a report published today, with some fearing an AI winter in the country.
A blockchain-based insurance platform launched today will provide farmers in Sri Lanka with agricultural insurance cover in the event of their crops being damaged by extreme weather.
The latest Lloyds Bank Business Barometer has shown that although confidence among UK businesses has risen slightly since May, it remains below the long-term average, and according to experts, businesses are increasingly turning to automation to plug the gap.
Telecoms provider O2 and the European Space Agency (ESA) are set to launch a four-year trial to develop a back-up satellite system for driverless cars in Oxfordshire.
Today is World Productivity Day, a day for businesses to rethink their strategies for boosting productivity.
The power consumption of technology is set to climb dramatically over the next few years unless nothing is done, according to Partha Narasimhan, CTO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise subsidiary Aruba.
The world is witnessing a historic surge in migration.