Our dependence on technology has dramatically changed how we communicate and interact, and is slowly eroding some of our core principles.
Professor Masahiro Mori's “uncanny valley” theory suggests that if a robot resembles us, we are inclined to consider its presence in the same way as we would that of a human being.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is preparing his country to deal with the challenges new technologies place on the workforce.
A Swedish company has started implanting microchips under its employees' skin.
Professor J. Bradford DeLong on whether the US Treasury Secretary should be focusing on the rise of robots.
Industrial robots alone have eliminated up to 670,000 American jobs between 1990 and 2007, we need to prepare ourselves for the next wave.
Google Deep Dream learned to make its own art using a machine learning algorithm.
White-collar workers are seeing an increasing use of machines, but one much less damaging to workers' job prospects.
Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg can’t agree on what AI is, because the industry can't agree on what the term really means.
Switzerland's national postal service hopes for drones to regularly ship medical goods between two major hospitals by 2018.
Machines are becoming more human-like - but humans are also becoming more botifed.
A tower and robot vehicle duo can accurately create 3D models of plants and collect data on both regions of crops and individual plants.
Computers can read your emotions. That sounds scary, but the technology is being used in ways that will improve our lives.
Artificial intelligence could help address future labour shortages and a chronic productivity deficit in Latin America.
Are there any limits to what 3D printing can create?