The presence of chatbots on business websites and social media is rapidly increasing as growing numbers of businesses use artificial intelligence (AI) to improve customer service and brand loyalty.
Intelligent automation could add $512bn to the global revenues of financial services firms by 2020, according to a report by Capgemini.
It’s incredible how far a good book series can take you.
Touts using automated software known as ‘bots’ to harvest tickets in bulk now face unlimited fines as new legislation comes into force in the UK today.
Scientists at the University of Glasgow are developing a synthetic e-skin that can mimic the sense of touch on a robotic hand.
Roof window giant Velux has made its first moves into the Internet of Things (IoT) space with the announcement of a new product line, Velux Active, developed in partnership with smart home company Netatmo.
A revolutionary development in artificial intelligence (AI) is set to see the complexity of one of the most common AI methods increase dramatically.
Connected cars are becoming increasingly common, with connected car shipments expected to hit 64 million units by 2019.
Global sales of industrial robots are at an all-time high, climbing 29% between 2016 and 2017.
Anything you can do, AI can do better.
AI has arrived in the data centre, accompanied by machine learning, forming a diversified team bridging all data centre platforms together through analytics technologies.
They may seem futuristic, but hyperloop trains could in fact be coming to the UK within the next ten years.
French offshore giant Total E&P has announced that it is developing the first ever autonomous surface robot for the oil and gas industry.
London has been named the artificial intelligence (AI) capital of Europe, despite Paris overtaking it as the most attractive European city for investors.
The UK’s National Health Service (NHS) has been urged to embrace full automation, including bedside robots and AI diagnoses, to free up frontline staff time worth up to £12.5bn a year – almost 10% of its annual running cost.
Commercial drone use is well on its way to becoming commonplace, transforming lives with applications in infrastructure, agriculture, medicine, delivery and many other fields.
Many organisations are already looking at utilising artificial intelligence (AI) and if they haven’t, then it’s time to consider how an AI strategy can benefit the business.
Meet CIMON (or Crew Interactive Mobile Companion) ─ the first space-flying artificial intelligence robot to join astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS).
Starship Technologies has appointed former Airbnb executive Lex Bayer as CEO, as it begins a full commercial rollout of its autonomous delivery robots.
Autonomous cars have seemingly been on the brink of commercialisation for several years.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is big business and its reach is expected to increase even further.
At the end of 2017, the UK Government officially put artificial intelligence (AI) at the forefront of its new industrial strategy, claiming that it will boost British productivity and position the UK at the forefront of a new industry.
The early and accurate diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in children is crucial.
With data on possible employees increasingly available through professional social networks, the potential to use artificial intelligence (AI) to automate some parts of the recruitment process is being embraced by an increasing number of employers, with 38% of companies now using AI recruitment solutions, according to the 2018 Deloitte Human Capital Trends report.
The working world is changing like never before.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force today and is the biggest shakeup to data protection rules in decades, forcing companies to make significant changes to ensure GDPR compliance.
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.