The C4IR Network centres are building scalable models to positively pilot and integrate regulations in law and industry standards.
Increases in renewables are set to slash electric sector emissions. But to make this new reality possible, the grid must first undergo profound changes.
27 million "hidden workers" in the US are being filtered out of job applications by automated tech, a report by Harvard Business School and Accenture says.
Transportation systems traditionally favour suburban, upwardly mobile users over those from lower-income groups. Could digital technology help close this gap?
The World Bank has created a working paper which explores the advantages of incorporating robots into developed and developing countries.
Current artificial intelligence just recognizes and replicates. We should focus on how best to integrate such systems with more discerning human operators
AI can become an essential enabler for the energy transition. A new report from the World Economic Forum sets out the actions needed to make this happen.
From yarn that makes electricity to AI, apps and wind-powered ships, here are some clever solutions tackling the climate crisis.
One of the more effective ways to address bias in AI and build better products is to engage diverse teams throughout the process - that means more women.
South Africa has granted a patent to an artificial intelligence for the invention of a food container - but the decision hasn't been without criticism.
Artificial intelligence has the potential to help in predicting and limiting the impacts of climate change, but there are concerns about its energy use.
A research team from Australia have built an AI model that analyses over 8 million online job ads to see what skills are needed for the future of work.
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.