"How does the killing machine out there on its own flying about distinguish between the 18-year-old combatant and the 18-year-old who is hunting for rabbits?," said former Google staffer Laura Nolan.
Abraham Heifets is using artifical intelligence to ensure the safety of cancer patients while they undergo treatment.
Our brains create new memories, and forget old ones, by forging and breaking connections between nerve cells. Now researchers can do something similar using a light-sensitive electronic chip.
A deeper look into how artificial intelligence paired with precision medicine can improve the length and quality of life in cancer patients.
Precision medicine is changing how cancer is diagnosed.
Expert Michael Caligiuri on who's going to make money on the coming cancer treatments
The Rubik's Cube is the world's top-selling puzzle game with more than 400 million units purchased worldwide.
Making an AI that could defeat humans at six player poker was seen as a benchmark for scientists for decades.
Researchers say the tool could potentially be used to identify health problems in infants which may otherwise go undiagnosed.
An algorithm identified which of a study's participants had died or suffered heart attacks with an accuracy of more than 90 percent.
If you think Facebook and Google invade your privacy, imagine what hackers could do with a minute-to-minute log of your disease symptoms, behaviors, locations and even your appearance and conversations.
Software from the company PredPol has been used by up to 50 police departments in the U.S., 10 of which are in California.
Go for Broke Much as a Russian satellite launch in 1957 started the space race, a match between a computer program and a teenager galvanized China's dash to AI domination
Animated border security agents will try to detect deception by analyzing human micro-expressions.
The stark prediction is one of many outlined in the renowned theoretical physicist's new book.
"The fourth industrial revolution is possibly the most important challenge facing our nation over the next 10, 20 to 30 years," a committee chair said.
How does the film's vision of the future compare with the world today?
"Think about this: An attacker records my wife's voice, 'learns' it using AI, and now he can craft a targeted campaign calling me from my wife's [fake] phone number."
MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory may soon put an end to boring chores.
By limiting artificial intelligence to human-levels, they hope it won't try to rebel.
"Human beings can never get rid of the interference of hormones or glucose."
The system was able to pass a real medical diagnosis exam.
The system could be used to detect a range of diseases.
The U.S. tech company confirmed it will still help the military with cybersecurity, training, military recruitment, and more.