MUC1-C is overexpressed in castration-resistant prostate cancer and neuroendocrine prostate cancer. Here, the authors show that MUC1-C drives lineage plasticity through MYC and BRN2, inducing neuroendocrine features and stemness in prostate cancer.
AI breakthrough could help neuroscientists better understand mental health issues
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Artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming more and more common in people’s lives. Here, the authors use an expert elicitation method to understand how AI may affect the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Not everyone is convinced by the ‘creepy and deformed’ avatars
An artificial intelligence (AI) system performs as well as or better than radiologists at detecting breast cancer from mammograms, and using a combination of AI and human inputs could help to improve screening efficiency.
Machines ‘creating new forms of stress’ and causing increasing injuries, experts say
Artificial intelligence competition previously dominated by US tech giants
Chop your flour and peel some rosemary. Recipe instructions like this say a lot about AI intelligence, says Janelle Shane – and that's not to mention the giraffes
Two former ministers speak out - warning both efforts to relieve global poverty and keep UK secure will be hit
Arthur I. Miller's sure-footed survey of machine art reveals a world of beauty, but his book slips a gear when it tries to marry creativity to consciousness
Machines should be used to complement humans, not replace them
We have the technology. We can build it. We can make it better, smaller, and more plastic than the prototype demo. But we can be demo accurate, too. Our windows are as shattered as our souls.
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Zlata Rodionova talks to Mike Bugembe about why we shouldn’t worry about robots taking our jobs
A sneak peak into the lab where the sole purpose is to get things to break.
Lee Se-Dol says DeepMind's AlphaGo means he will never truly be the best
How long before an artificial intelligence composes a symphony, write a prizewinning novel, or paints a masterpiece, asks mathematician Marcus du Sautoy.