Brad Smith, who is also the company’s chief lawyer, even suggested that America’s antitrust laws could do with a broader interpretation.
MIT professor Daron Acemoglu: “We are not heading to an economy without human labor anytime soon.”
The president’s most senior technology advisor claims the White House is quietly pursuing an aggressive AI plan.
For recently launched Jetblack, text ordering is only the testing ground.
Manuela Veloso is tired of dumb items on wheels.
Experts think companies need to invest in workers the way they do for other core aspects of their business they’re looking to future-proof.
Additive manufacturing is creating everything from prototype potato chips to sports-car parts.
We must figure out how to work with robots, but it’s not going to be easy.
Jason Furman, Obama’s top economist, says we need to learn from recent economic history and worry less about 20 years from now.
Roboticist Stefanie Tellex seeks new ways for robots and humans to work together.
Humans are still crucial to Amazon’s fulfillment process.