As we lurch toward the end of an horrific year, news emerging from Israel should lift the hopes of all those in tech.
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A robot pens an article and declares that artificial intelligence is our friend. But of course.
It was too tempting a challenge. Which site has more problematic pages? FoxNews.com or ESPN.com? You may be surprised.
Carbon Bot is a little like the collection plate at church, except you don't have to listen to a sermon. Well, not much of one.
Can AI create better priests? Are we prepared to worship via machines rather than fallible humans? A Villanova University professor believes a post-human priesthood has its advantages.
A new study offers a delicious view of human psychology with respect to people's working future.
Ever listened to how Siri responds to insults? A new video addresses her coy and submissive responses.
I listened as the gate agent tried to excite passengers about facial recognition boarding. He didn't mention they could opt out. This is how technology forces itself upon you.
You think you're unique and natural? Take this test and see whether you actually think like a computer.
Marija Slavkovik at the University of Bergen, Norway wonders whether your digital assistant needs a moral, ethical dimension. But of course.