News and Articles About Artificial Intelligence
The physicist is heading to Reddit's popular AMA forum to discuss his theories on… everything.
A wave of startups are part of a new trend that promises to radically simplify our lives by making it harder to determine whether we're communicating with a person or computer code.
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Plus: CitiGroup dips its toe in Bitcoin's pond and how Elon Musk's money is being used to protect AI from obliterating humanity.
Prepare, people. The machines are rising.
In his latest townhall Q&A session, the Facebook CEO fielded questions from Arnold Schwarzenegger, Richard Branson, Steven Hawking, Shakira and Arianna Huffington.
The tech giant's co-founder is changing his tune about the future of artificial intelligence.
Think Siri, only cuter and less snarky.
Created by IPsoft, the virtual agent avatar can absorb in seconds the same instruction manuals that human employees spend weeks memorizing.
FOVE has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund production and manufacturing of its headset.
If you're a bartender, probably not, according to a new report.
AI isn't the "demon" it's made out to be; inherently it's useful and will allow us to affect change like we never have before.
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If you think real-world ants are creepy, wait until you see these artificially intelligent critters.
"Will we be the gods? Will we be the family pets? Or will we be ants that get stepped on?" the Apple co-founder asks.