Voice-controlled gadgets can also learn biases and stereotypes from us.
As Artificial Intelligence continues to advance each day, experts believe we need to consider how it will effect our society.
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The internet is now fundamental to technological advance, and without far greater online access around the world, hundreds of millions of people are going to miss out on wealth-generating...
"Duplex" is the first AI capable of conversing with people in a natural manner.
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The Cambridge Analytica revelations have crystallized public feeling in favour of government intervention to protect our privacy.
These new microchips could make sending data faster and use less energy.
In a world awash with inconceivable amounts of data, we must learn how best to interpret it – both by thinking about the biases that created it and the human realities that give it meaning.
Ever-growing mountains of data are starting to dictate whether employers hire and fire workers. Laying down key data-use principles is vital for putting the human back into human resources.
Though expensive, data stored in DNA can last for thousands of years and copies can be made quickly.
The new digital media ecosystem has forever altered the imperfect yet time-tested signals of trust in news and information.
It's an emotional decision that leads us to ignore information we don't agree with.
Microsoft, Facebook and over 30 other companies have made the pledge.
Antiquated record-keeping in developing countries is preventing basic immunization from reaching many children – a gap technology could fill.