Deep inside a Cornwall warehouse, a pair of eyes are watching your moves very closely. They don't belong to a human, much less to an animal. They belong to a genial robot who longs to crack jokes and funny
Eric Jackson has had a lot to say about Marissa Mayer and Yahoo lately. He's a smart guy, I read his column and think he's generally an astute investor. But when it comes to Marissa and Yahoo, his analysis
Watching silly YouTube videos and checking your Microsoft Live account might sound harmless enough -- too harmless, in fact, to lead to a security breach. But, thing is, they're not as safe as you think:
While that seems useful, the brains behind Siri are creating an artificial intelligence system that can process even more complicated requests, which could make it feel more human than any other virtual
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From encrypted messaging, to tools that tell you what to pack for holiday, we covered a lot of ground with new iOS apps in July. Here, we filter through the cacophonous crackle to present you with our
Deep learning has been a hot topic in recent times, particularly after Google brought it to the forefront of the tech industry with Google Brain that started in 2011. Early this year, the internet giant
If the robots take over, at least Elon Musk will be able to say "I told you so." The billionaire inventor loves to make the impossible possible, but he is deeply afraid of artificial intelligence (AI).
Over the last three years, CloudFlare has grown 450% annually, and is currently adding about 5,000 new clients a day, Matthew Prince, its programmer/lawyer-turned-founder, tells us. It is now handling
The Mi4 dominated the news cycle for much of the morning: A smartphone with a sharp 5-inch screen and powerful specs that you can buy for just $320. That's quite a deal. But the glow didn't last long.