The US shouldn't propel the killer robot arms race by building bigger, faster, deadlier machines of our own. It should cut it short.
Police equipment maker Axon said it decided against launching facial recognition on its body cameras after it was deemed "not yet reliable".
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Artificial intelligence is now a part of our daily lives but other innovations just around the corner are poised to bring us into the realm of science fiction. AI Everything offered a glimpse of what we can expect.
As a side event of World 3rd Intelligence Congress, the matches featured 400 contestants from 10 different countries, competing against each other with their best droids in Tianjin.
Over 130 experts from more than 80 countries are in Dubai to discuss how artificial intelligence can be used to improve our everyday lives. The meeting will see decision makers find solutions to problems from global health to national security using the latest technologies.
But will it be enough?
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In this episode, Real Economy takes a look at what Europe is doing to boost investment in innovative industries such artificial intelligence and robotics in order to foster growth.
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Artificial intelligence (AI) usually makes headlines for all the wrong reasons. [...] At the United Nations we have been exploring completely different scenarios for AI: its potential to be used for the noble purposes of peace and security.
The deployment of new technologies [...] to automate EU border security systems, raises multiple human rights concerns. While the past and present human rights implications of Fortress Europe have been widely catalogued, future ones [...], urgently need addressing.
In a move to become more competitive on the global stage, the European Commission announced on Monday the dedication of funds to develop artificial intelligence systems.
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China is not just playing catch-up with the West [...]. It is planning to leap over Western economies and seize nothing less than global AI dominance. China is developing a sophisticated national AI strategy and it is allocating massive government funding to capture global market share in AI.
Artificial intelligence is already at work in the US judicial system, European countries are in a testing phase, but many ethical questions arise when algorithms are used in a legal setting.
As the Fourth Industrial Revolution takes shape and the surge of Artificial Intelligence gathers pace, the world elites meeting at Davos need to seek to reassure those who most fear our common technological future to avoid people falling under the spell of populism.
South Korean automaker Hyundai has unveiled a car that can walk and climb on wheeled legs.
CES draws together over 4,500 companies and 180,000 attendees from around the world for a celebration of technology and innovation.
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Even if we are true believers in the power of technology, in the benefits of creative destruction, we should not kid ourselves: the fourth industrial revolution, if left untamed, could increase inequality, weaken the social fiber of our society, and put under threat the core of democracy and peace.
The 38th edition of GITEX Technology Week has wrapped up in Dubai.
During the 38th edition of GITEX Technology Week, one of the Middle East’s main tech sector events, Alibaba’s Chief Machine Intelligence Scientist Wanli Min was on the ground to talk about Artificial Intelligence and, in particular, the company’s ‘City Brain’ project.
The 38th edition of GITEX attracted tech leaders such as the Chief Data Officer of networking and jobs portal LinkedIn, Igor Perisic.
A collective of Paris artist-entrepreneurs uses artificial intelligence to create fine art.