Trump and Clinton are from the TV generation. The iPhone generation thinks in a completely different way.
Makoto Koike is sorting cucumbers using a $35 computer and Google's open-source AI.
'AI writing bot' Xiaomigbot produced up to 58 articles a day for a Chinese publication.
Artificial intelligence takes less than 100 hours to learn to drive—slower than a human.
Music composed by AI is used by the U.S. Olympic wrestling team to prepare for matches.
The founders of IntelligentX beer claim each batch of beer tastes better than the last.
Algorithm detects lies with a 70 percent success rate by analyzing word use, structure and context.
Google is collaborating with Britain’s National Health Service.
Free service DoNotPay has appealed 160,000 parking tickets in London and New York.
AI beats tactical experts in air combat simulation using a $35 Raspberry Pi computer.
MIT machine-learning system analyzed television shows including "The Office" to predict human interactions.
Twitter has bought London-based AI startup Magic Pony Technology for $150 million.
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An artificial intelligence "off" switch and the existence of bulletproof bookbags are among the five things we learned this week.
Elon Musk had some nutty but strangely plausible theories and ideas about the future and our own existence.
Tesla founder believes humans need to add digital implants to their brains to compete with AI.
Art professors discuss if Google’s AI program can really make art.
Can Google’s smart virtual assistant and end-to-end encryption co-exist in its newest messaging app?
Nvidia says the Tesla P100 is the largest computer chip ever made and will give a huge boost to the AI industry.