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It is all around us, powering our digital world and helping us manage our day-to-day lives. From social media to medicine, here are 10 things you may not realize rely on AI.
Research, published in the Public Library of Science, is the first to reveal some long-term trends in how businesses compete in the age of the web.
Three experts from the World Bank explore the role of virtual reality in eduction and training to improve technical, practical and socio-emotional skills.
The EU’s first draft Regulation on AI is part of a wider effort to develop human-centric AI by mitigating AI’s mistakes and biases to ensure it is safe.
Soft robotics have been used for research in various industries including agriculture, medicine and space design - but more recently, ocean exploration.
With COVID-19 creating employment challenges – and automation on the rise – valuing and protecting employees is as important as it was in the Industrial Revolution.
Facial Recognition Technology (FRT) is about to be heavily regulated in the EU. Here's how tech providers can successfully comply.
Industrial waste makes up at least 50% of global waste, often the result of poor quality. Artificial Intelligence can help reduce waste and lower costs.
It's hoped the experiment could improve the function of AI in real-life situations, such as whether someone should be approved for a credit card.
A new Global AI Action Alliance creates a platform for philanthropic and technology leaders to engage in the development of ethical AI practices and tools.
A one-year trial in Singapore is using a pair of robots to bring 700 households in part of the city state their groceries.
The Future Health Index 2020, which surveyed young healthcare professionals, confirms they are hopeful that technology can improve working conditions.
Leaders need tools to plan ahead. These three steps, borrowed from futurists, can help anyone predict trends and plan accordingly.
Scientists have created an entirely soft robot called DraBot which is shaped like a dragonfly, is electronics-free and reacts to environmental conditions.
We must challenge the irresponsible use of technology undermining our societies and democracies by prioritizing tech governance through these approaches.