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You're talking to your virtual assistants too much. Amazon would very much like to get you out of the habit.
A survey of 1,200 people offers some intriguing and, frankly, sorrowful conclusions about the future.
You'd think new technology would work hard at making you feel welcome at the drive-thru. Not necessarily. And now, oh, a McDonald's customer is suing the company for alleged breach of privacy laws. Yes, at the robot drive-thru.
You don't have what it takes to fascinate a stranger of your target sex? An AI researcher tried to help.
Former Google exec Anthony Levandowski got a surprise pardon from the outgoing president. But what of his Church of Artificial Intelligence? I decided to investigate.
As Covid continues to plague, will the police be tempted to take technological liberties? In Australia, they're trying.
Singapore is allowing Boston Dynamics' robot pooch Spot to wander about a park, reminding people to be socially distant. Is this a good thing?
For the world's future, robots must show more hope and compassion than humans. So says Sophia the celebrity robot.
Witnessing Sophia and Philip K Dick -- they're robots -- at Web Summit leads you to contemplate the future and whether you'll have a place in it. Robot creators aren't reassuring.