Speakers at EmTech Digital offered up tangible solutions to the problem of bias in AI.
Berkeley’s Laura Tyson thinks we shouldn’t worry about technological unemployment, but should fear inequality.
Artificial intelligence will automate and optimize fake news, warns a technology supplier to US intelligence agencies.
Research from Google Cloud finds that applying AI to medicine is tricky.
Yandex’s head of machine intelligence says Microsoft’s Tay showed how important it is to fix AI problems fast.
Darktrace’s AI tools found one crypto side business operating under the floorboards of a bank’s data center.
At EmTech Digital, Rachel Thomas of Fast.ai showed how her online-education startup can bring more viewpoints into the world of AI.
Astro Teller says Waymo stress-tests its vehicles under “pathological situations,” some involving people in Elmo outfits.
Astro Teller says it’s thinking about how to pair machine learning with other technologies to revolutionize agriculture.
At EmTech Digital, Gavin Miller, head of Adobe Research, showed off prototypes of AI-enhanced tools for photo and video editing that he thinks could make more time for human artistry.
Google Brain’s Ian Goodfellow explains how AI systems defend themselves, onstage at EmTech Digital
The Chinese internet giant says it’s made significant strides in machine translation thanks to neural networks.
Neural networks may one day find themselves surpassed by quantum ones.
At EmTech Digital, three Chinese executives highlighted how far AI has come in the country—and what it plans for the future.
Robots are increasingly becoming dependable coworkers and service providers, as two speakers at this year’s EmTech Digital conference demonstrate.
Despite impressive advances, three speakers at EmTech Digital show how far there is to go in the AI world.
The most nimble-fingered machine yet shows how machine learning can teach robots to recognize and pick up different types of objects, a skill that could transform many factories and warehouses.