United Nations opens new centre in Netherlands to monitor artificial intelligence and predict possible threats The UN has warned that robots could destabilise the world ahead of the opening of a headquarters
With data breaches like the Equifax hack becoming more common, investing in your online privacy has never been more critical. And let’s be real: that incognito browsing option you think is cloaking your
Way of the Future, a religious group founded by Anthony Levandowski, wants to create a deity based on artificial intelligence for the betterment of society Intranet service? Check. Autonomous motorcycle?
In a first for the UK, genome editing has been used to understand embryo development, and could help uncover the causes of recurrent miscarriages Scientists in Britain have revealed the role of a fertility
Paid actors, a fake publicist, and retweeted bots: Trump habitually uses deceit and propaganda to shape perceptions
(Getty/Chip Somodevilla) August 28, 2017 12:30PM (UTC) This article originally appeared on Media Matters. President Donald Trump’s Twitter habits help shape the media and public narrative about his administration,
Compare it to Nintendo’s previous launches, and it’s booming The Nintendo Switch launched with a relatively paltry selection of games right now, but the biggest secret of the system’s first month is how
Tesla has a seemingly bottomless appetite for capital. The company raised $2 billion from bond investors in 2014, sold $738 million in stock in 2015, and sold $1.46 billion in stock in 2016. Now it’s to
Society is constantly upgrading. A new model of a smartphone is introduced in a predictable habit forming cycle every six months, i.e the iPhone. In the fashion industry, every season of every year a style
Endor, a stealth Israeli predictive analytics company, has its roots in some interesting research on human behavior conducted at MIT’s legendary Media Lab. The company has developed a predictive analytics
In 1965, when computer technology was in its infancy, a pioneering computer engineer named Gordon Moore wrote a paper that shocked technologists at the time. Moore’s theory was that the power of computers
“We should take seriously the possibility that things could go radically wrong.” Imagine that, in 20 or 30 years, a company creates the first artificially intelligent humanoid robot. Let’s call her “Ava.”
Natural elements are "negligible" compared to human influence. There are people who deny climate change altogether. Then there are people who claim that, yes, climate change exists, but humans are barely
When it comes to foreign policy, he desires to make America appear as unpredictable as possible. He is succeeding Trying to piece Donald Trump’s foreign policy together, one cannot be blamed for missing
Michael Flynn lasted just over three weeks as President Trump’s national security adviser, but probably hung on too long. It had been clear for days that his position in the White House had become untenable.
Washington (CNN) — Michael Flynn's resignation as national security adviser removes an immediate political headache for the White House but will do little to dispel suspicions about his ties with Russia