Previously the preserve of science fiction, the concept of human augmentation gains currency as digital technology becomes second nature to us.
Falcon AI helps gamers develop skills and tactics by analysing and reporting users' playing style, pinpointing strengths and weaknesses.
The RideFlux start-up brings together engineers who have given up well-paid jobs with some of South Korea's most prestigious firms to try to build a ride-sharing company for the tech-savvy nation.
Feeling the pinch of rising Chinese tech, the Silicon Valley giants become political to stay in the game.
The pandemic lockdowns have solidified the notion of tech companies as a necessity as people’s reliance on the internet, smart phones, apps and social media has significantly increased.
Google parent Alphabet missed revenue expectations in the fourth quarter despite stellar growth at YouTube and in the cloud.
The announcement at the opening of the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas touted a new kind of artificial intelligence called NEON, produced by the independent Samsung unit Star Labs.
A new study by researchers in the US and UK shows that artificial intelligence has the potential to improve the accuracy of screening for breast cancer cutting the number of false negatives by 9.4% in the US group, and by 2.7% in the British group.
Regulation by China's cyberspace authority says that providers and users of online video news and audio services are "not allowed" to use new technologies such as deep learning and virtual reality to create, distribute and broadcast "fake news".
Uber self-driving test vehicle that struck and killed an Arizona woman in 2018 had software flaws, the National Transportation Safety Board said as it disclosed the company's autonomous test vehicles were involved in 37 crashes in 18 months.
The feat could open the door someday to machines so blazingly fast that they could revolutionise such tasks as finding new medicines, developing vastly smarter artificial intelligence systems and cracking encryptions.
Jody Williams, who is a Nobel Peace laureate, said lethal autonomous weapons are crossing a moral and ethical Rubicon and should not be allowed to exist and be used in combat or in any other way.
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