More than a quarter of Europeans would rather have their countries’ important political decisions made by artificial intelligence than their elected and unelected human officials, according to a surprising new survey.
British scientists have developed a new computer program that can identify false reports of robbery to police.
The software allows the FBI to automate the analysis of mountains of video surveillance footage much faster than live agents can.
Fast radio bursts are among the most mysterious phenomena in the universe, and some have suggested they could be coming from alien technology.
Google’s TensorFlow AI systems are being used by the US Department of Defense’s Project Maven, which was established in July last year to use machine learning and artificial intelligence to identify and analyze objects in the vast amount of footage captured by US drones.
Scientists at Kyoto University, Japan have developed a new technique using artificial neural networks to analyze brain signals and generate an image of what a person is thinking about.
As many as 800 million workers worldwide may lose their jobs to robots and automation by 2030, equivalent to more than a fifth of today’s global labor force, according to a new study by the McKinsey Global Institute (MGI).
Stanford researchers were able to determine a neighborhood’s political leanings based on analysis of Google Street View images by computer algorithms with the ability to see and learn.