From forecasting stock prices to diagnosing disease, Swarm AI enables better group decisions.
Mind Bank Ai is the newest entrant in an ambitious idea: using AI to create a kind of immortality.
Is there actually anything deserving of the term AI?
You don't need to completely automate a job to fundamentally change it.
South Korea is piloting a CCTV system it hopes will save lives.
A new artificial intelligence method removes the effect of gravity on cosmic images, showing the real shapes of distant galaxies.
The pilot project is in 10 stores and is 85% accurate.
How one startup plans to use "death rays" for good instead of evil.
A brief passage from a recent UN report describes what could be the first-known case of an autonomous weapon, powered by artificial intelligence, killing in the battlefield.
A new method could make holograms for virtual reality, 3D printing, and more. You can even run it can run on a smartphone.
If you ask your maps app to find "restaurants that aren't McDonald's," you won't like the result.
Companies can identify you from your music preferences, as well as influence and profit from your behavior.
New machine-learning algorithms from Columbia University detect cognitive impairment in older drivers.
Creating an afterlife—or a simulation of one—would take vast amounts of energy. Some scientists think the best way to capture that energy is by building megastructures around stars.
Using machine-learning technology, the genealogy company My Heritage enables users to animate static images of their relatives.
For democracy to prosper in the long term, we need more people to reach higher levels of education.
What happens when simulation theory becomes more than a fascinating thought experiment?
A physicist creates an AI algorithm that predicts natural events and may prove the simulation hypothesis.
Do they really need the human touch?
"Deepfakes" and "cheap fakes" are becoming strikingly convincing — even ones generated on freely available apps.
The best time to start was yesterday, the second best is now.
The attack on the Capitol forces us to confront an existential question about privacy.