Machine workers and humans should be mutually reinforcing on the factory floor – leading to a more productive future.
The digital age is replacing traditional development models. Here's how Africa can find a path to the economy of the future if its governments are ready and willing to adapt.
Widespread adoption of AI has been slower in government than in the private sector. Given the magnitude of the impact that AI could have on public entities, it is important to understand ...
Voice technology is becoming more ubiquitous, integrating into tools and services by major corporations, startups, governments, and public sector players.
Believe it or not, the automobile was once hailed as an “environmental savior.”
Coping with the rapid technology transformation of labor markets, without sacrificing dignity, autonomy, or ambition, will require a combination of economic mobility and financial securit...
Examples from Rwandan drones to Nepalese AI data input show that developing countries don't have to miss out on this industrial revolution.
MIT researchers have found a new use for Artificial Intelligence: creating machine-knitted garments. What does this mean for the future of knitting?
Autonomous vehicles could have a transformational impact on society. But they never will unless the general public overcome their current fear of them
Building an artificial intelligence-led business in Africa comes with a unique set of challenges not experienced by entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley
It's often said that AI revolution will only benefit the highly skilled workers. But there is a hidden army of labor labelling the data on which it relies
Could this electric plane, unveiled at this year’s Paris Air Show, help cut costs and reduce aviation’s environmental impact?
Until direct-to-consumer genetic testing is more strongly regulated, then dipping into your DNA will continue to have unintended consequences
More information is available than ever before on our transportation habits. But perhaps it isn't yet priced in a way that serves the public good
A cargo ship with no crew aboard has sailed from England to Belgium in what is claimed to be a world first for autonomous vessels.