In spite of popular beliefs, robots are not replacing workers, with data showing that increased automation actually leads to an increase in hiring overall.
Cotton production in Australia is big business, but pesticide 'spray drift' is a risk to productivity and the environment. Could AI solve these issues?
Global regulations on the use of militarized artificial intelligence (AI) are insufficient. Here are some ideas for how to counter this frontier risk.
As organizations increasingly apply artificial intelligence, they must address ethical and moral concerns. This analysis proposes 9 ethical principles.
Around the world, 1.7 billion people still lack access to a formal bank account. Innovations, such as AI, are helping to increase financial inclusion.
This method uses multiple processes, without human intervention and can be used in many areas, such as the creation of materials to treat bone fractures.
The growing importance of artificial intelligence in business is causing new cybersecurity dilemmas – but it can be used to solve those too
New forms of harm require new forms of redress. We need cohesive, systemic mechanisms that consider the rights and duties of actors in the data ecosystem.
As companies increasingly apply artificial intelligence, they must address concerns about trust. Here are 10 practical interventions companies can employ.
A recent SpaceX cargo mission has brought 7,300lbs of equipment and experiments to the International Space Station. Here's what you need to know.
Radio Davos hears from 2 Smart Toy Awards judges on the promise and pitfalls of smart toys, musician will.i.am and child development expert Ron Dahl.
Tech startup Wasteless uses AI software to change the prices of perishable food products before the “best by” date, reducing waste while increasing sales.
MIT launched the Reconnaissance of Influence Operations (RIO) program to automatically detect disinformation narratives online - this is how it works.
Many workers in emerging economies are unbanked because they can’t prove their existence in the supply chain. A US-based start-up wants to change this.
The seven finalists for the Smart Toy Awards are: ROYBI, Intelino, Leka, Twin Science, CoderMindz, PlayShifu and LEGO. The winner will be chosen 22 May.