Tagged With Artificial Intelligence

Salesforce is hiring its first Chief Ethical and Humane Use officer to make sure its artificial intelligence isn't used for evil


A digital transformation expert explains the biggest tech themes of 2018: AI, blockchain, data, and consumer trust


Take a look inside this British online supermarket's new warehouse where thousands of robots zoom around a grid system to pack groceries



Amazon is releasing a $400 self-driving toy car that you can program yourself – and it's launching a racing league to test your skills


Here’s how to use Duplex, Google’s crazy new service that impersonates a human voice to make appointments on your behalf


Microsoft is acquiring a Texas-based AI startup as it prepares for the next wave of the cloud wars



Amazon's cloud CEO just pooh-poohed employee concerns about selling its facial-recognition software to ICE and law enforcement


Amazon employees are reportedly gearing up to confront CEO Jeff Bezos at an all-staff meeting this week about selling facial recognition software to law enforcement


AI will match human intelligence by about 2062


10 of the biggest risks to humanity's survival in the next 50 years, from nuclear war to supervolcanoes


Larry Ellison says that Oracle was once a week away from not being able to pay employees — here's the lesson he learned from the experience


'Alexa, buy 10 shares of Facebook': A discount brokerage giant now lets Main Street investors trade stocks via voice



The 3rd most powerful supercomputer in the world was turned on at a classified government lab in California — Here’s what the 7,000 square foot ‘mini city’ of processing power is like up close


Military work is a lightning rod in Silicon Valley, but Microsoft will sell the Pentagon all the AI it needs


MIT is giving you control of a real person on Halloween in a dystopian game that sounds like an episode of 'Black Mirror'


Stephen Hawking warned that machines are getting smarter than ever, and dismissing it could be our worst mistake



Google CEO Sundar Pichai says employee protests against the company's work with US military had little impact on management: 'We don't run the company by referendum'


This smart tech can tell instantly whether or not a US Army soldier is ready for war


Andy Rubin, the father of Android, is reportedly working on a new smartphone that can text for you


LinkedIn is using AI to make recruiting diverse candidates a no-brainer