As machines take over more decisions from humans, new questions about fairness, ethics, and morality arise.
Microsoft’s top research executive says it’s too difficult to customize powerful machine-learning systems to an individual company’s needs.
The former director of Uber’s AI lab says the field is in danger of losing sight of its long-term goals.
Startup Skydio is prepping a consumer drone that uses machine vision to keep track of you while avoiding obstacles.
The search giant’s AI research division has developed a deep-learning tool to produce music and art with humans in the loop.
It’s still in the early stages, but Clarifai is tackling the tricky task of figuring out which famous people are in images.
The company sees medicine as the next big market for its machine-learning hardware.
The startup wants to make autonomous vehicles cheap enough for everyone to use.
IBM’s Watson is already at work developing novel polymers.
Cofounder of the Uber-owned firm says totally self-driving trucks will come in “baby steps.”
The group says it has a more practical way to get software to learn tasks, such as steering robots, that require multiple actions.
The recent departure of key research figures is a troubling development for a company with grand ambitions for self-driving cars.
OpenAI will describe a new machine-learning approach at MIT Technology Review’s EmTech Digital conference.