The National Security Commission on AI included members from Oracle, Google, Microsoft, and Amazon. Some of its recommendations are already federal law.
The federal government hopes a new digital ID for company directors will minimise fraud and illegal activity.
Humans spend their time doing easy things that could arguably be done better by a machine.
A new model of learning centers on blasts of neural activity that act as teaching signals—approximating an algorithm called backpropagation.
Successful AI implementation takes more than training data and elastic compute power.
Will we end up as the family pet?
McDonald's has concluded that there's only one way to go for customers.
As a technology leader, you must prepare your organization to lead the charge on tech-driven innovations, participating fully in your firm's creativity practices.
Leaked papers detail emergency exercise that followed 2019 mass murder in New Zealand
Prof Stuart Russell says field of artificial intelligence needs to grow up quickly to ensure humans remain in control
Microsoft is buying content-moderation provider and current partner Two Hat to help safeguard its gaming and other consumer services.
Einride will bring its Pods to the US for the first time on GE Appliances' 750-acre Appliance Park campus in Louisville, Kentucky.
The controversial robot dog Spot will now be conducting regular autonomous inspections at National Grid sites with the help of IBM tech.
Shelf-scanning automation is growing beyond grocery stores.
High flying window cleaning is dangerous work. Automation may soon reduce the risk.
The app for myGov doubled its download count this past year due to more customers using the app to access COVID-19 vaccination certificates.
BBC News has been given access to ShotSpotter, the controversial US technology company that detects gunshots.
The European Maritime Safety Agency has contracted drone company Tekever to use uncrewed aircraft for search-and-rescue missions