Artificial Intelligence

The debate has heated up ever since a piece of AI art sold for $432,500 last October.
The former Google engineer described it as “a historic victory.”
AI is increasingly common, and the algorithms it uses to "predict" crime and misbehavior are reproducing racial discrimination.
“What should I wear today?” It is an age-old question, but often times you can riffle through your closet, trying on a number
Paid for by LG
Imagine that you only have a few extra minutes to run to the grocery store before your in-laws come over, but you forgot
Paid for by LG
Both impressively realistic and yet unsettlingly soulless.
It’s Friday morning, you are dying to get out of town and your boss just said that you can take the day off for a long weekend
Paid for by LG
The machine arm can find our striped spectacled friend in just seconds.
"Norman" then looked at inkblots and gave scientists some grim descriptions.
One family’s Amazon Echo recorded an entire conversation and sent it to a random contact without their permission.
Your next boss could be an algorithm
Artificial intelligence could totally change how we see death.
But that's the female doll. Sergi Santos is a little worried about what will happen when they've built a male robot.
It's easy to blame new tech for negative consequences but really the blame lies with where and how it's used.
As if there weren't already enough products on the market, things are about to get even more advanced. And personal.
In the fight against other forms of revenge porn, legislation has been slow, but strides have been made.
The tech giant has proven time and again that it doesn’t deserve our trust.
"In a few years, that bot will move so fast you’ll need a strobe light to see it. Sweet dreams…"