India, Bangladesh and Pakistan have a high level of employment in sectors such as mining which are likely to face severe future disruption from automation.
The Dynamics Robotics Laboratory in OSU’s College of Engineering have experimented with the bipedal limits of Cassie, by making it run 5K on a single charge.
Sooner or later, AI-economist machines will replace human economists in many areas. AI bias in economic policymaking can be reduced but will be unavoidable.
Companies are turning to AI technology to help them rehire. But unless used carefully, algorithms could multiply inequalities already exacerbated by COVID
AI and statistical models are helping firefighters map out how and where fires might begin and spread, allowing fire crews to work with limited resources.
A new paper looks at some of the most significant statistical breakthroughs of the last half a century - including the field of artificial intelligence.
Debate about AI development continues apace, but misinformation about its status, complexity and riskiness are preventing proper discussion of the topic.
Anand Rao, global artificial intelligence leader at PwC, believes AI could be used to provide emotional and individual support in the workplace.
There are many multiple ways in which artificial intelligence can fall prey to bias – but careful analysis, design and testing will ensure it serves the widest population possible
Researchers at ETH Zurich are using artificial intelligence (AI) to find new pharmaceutical applications for natural products and develop new drugs.
From tackling people trafficking to helping diagnose cancer, here are some of the ways artificial intelligence is having positive impacts on the world.
AI has great potential for society but raises problems around accountability, fairness, and transparency. Civil society can address these negative effects.
Marginalized groups are often not represented in technology development. What we need is inclusive participation to centre on the concerns of these groups.
AI is expected to be a vital tool for astronomers as they conduct more in-depth studies of the universe over the following decade.
Expert Dorothy Neufeld has analyzed the 6 different waves of innovation, from water power in 1775 to robots and drones in 2020.