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Rise of the Machines

Politicians fume after Amazon's face-recog AI fingers dozens of them as suspected crooks

74 posts, Latest by Fungus Bob at Monday 30th July 2018 21:21 GMT

Rights group launches legal challenge over London cops' use of facial recognition tech

49 posts, Latest by OldCrow at Tuesday 31st July 2018 07:50 GMT

NXP becomes N-nixed-P, Apple snubs Qualcomm modems for Intel chips

7 posts, Latest by DougS at Thursday 26th July 2018 20:18 GMT

Google unwraps its gateway drug: Edge TPU chips for IoT AI code

11 posts, Latest by Charlie Clark at Saturday 28th July 2018 12:42 GMT

Some Things just aren't meant to be (on Internet of Things networks). But we can work around that

70 posts, Latest by A Dark Germ at Friday 17th August 2018 08:15 GMT

If you're serious about securing IoT gadgets, may as well start here

39 posts, Latest by dajames at Thursday 26th July 2018 12:21 GMT

Google Cloud AutoML: Neural nets designed by neural nets? It may as well be AI hyped by AI

4 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Thursday 26th July 2018 04:40 GMT

Here's why AI can't make a catchier tune than the worst pop song in the charts right now

61 posts, Latest by Bruno de Florence at Wednesday 25th July 2018 12:41 GMT

Psst, says Qualcomm... Kid, you wanna see what a 5G antenna looks like?

28 posts, Latest by JeffyPoooh at Friday 27th July 2018 14:37 GMT

Engineers, coders – it's down to you to prevent AI being weaponised

83 posts, Latest by StargateSg7 at Thursday 26th July 2018 01:18 GMT

Google Translate spews doomsday messages, Facebook snatches boffins, and more in AI

30 posts, Latest by Mycho at Friday 3rd August 2018 09:27 GMT

Fake prudes: Catholic uni AI bot taught to daub bikinis on naked chicks

137 posts, Latest by Matthew Taylor at Monday 17th December 2018 11:07 GMT

If only 3D desktop printers could 3D print sales! Units crash in Q1

32 posts, Latest by Justin Clift at Tuesday 24th July 2018 17:05 GMT

Boffins mix AI and chemicals to create super-fast lab assistant

15 posts, Latest by J. Cook at Monday 23rd July 2018 20:55 GMT

Elon Musk, his arch nemesis DeepMind swear off AI weapons

64 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Monday 3rd December 2018 20:14 GMT

Techie sues ex-bosses, claims their AI avatar tech was faked – and he was allegedly beaten up after crying foul

26 posts, Latest by not.known@this.address at Thursday 2nd August 2018 12:24 GMT

Windows 10 IoT Core Services unleashed to public preview

35 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Friday 20th July 2018 08:36 GMT

Microsoft's 'room-scale' Ginormonitor probably not as big as a room

11 posts, Latest by LDS at Thursday 19th July 2018 13:02 GMT

AI can untangle the jumble of neurons packed in brain scans

1 posts, Latest by Crisp at Wednesday 18th July 2018 08:02 GMT

Shouting lager, lager... Carlsberg's beer AI can now tell pilsners apart

49 posts, Latest by Fruit and Nutcase at Wednesday 18th July 2018 22:26 GMT

Oracle cuts ribbon on distributed ledger service

8 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Thursday 26th July 2018 07:03 GMT

IoT search engine ZoomEye 'dumbs down' Dahua DVR hijackings by spewing passwords

7 posts, Latest by Gene Cash at Tuesday 17th July 2018 14:07 GMT

Montezuma's Revenge still too tough for AI, new Google Brain office, and other bits and bytes

3 posts, Latest by Medical Cynic at Tuesday 17th July 2018 15:24 GMT

Clean up this hot sticky facial-recog mess for us, Microsoft begs politicos

9 posts, Latest by Tom 38 at Monday 16th July 2018 10:56 GMT

AR upstart Magic Leap reveals majorly late tech specs' tech specs

58 posts, Latest by dbtx at Sunday 22nd July 2018 21:25 GMT

AI augments humans to lead them through the (protein) crystal maze

5 posts, Latest by Rustbucket at Saturday 14th July 2018 01:38 GMT

AI threatens yet more jobs – now, lab rats: Animal testing could be on the way out, thanks to machine learning

28 posts, Latest by Dagg at Friday 27th July 2018 06:03 GMT

For €10k, Fujitsu will tell you if your blockchain project is a load of bull

26 posts, Latest by darklord at Tuesday 24th July 2018 15:18 GMT

I see you're trying to leak a file! US military seeks Clippy-like AI to stop future Snowdens

28 posts, Latest by Destroy All Monsters at Thursday 12th July 2018 04:25 GMT

Your phone may be able to clean up snaps – but our AI is much better at touching up, say boffins

35 posts, Latest by Nifty at Monday 16th July 2018 11:10 GMT

Google offers to leave robocallers hanging on the telephone

102 posts, Latest by julian.smith at Sunday 29th July 2018 14:37 GMT

US taxman wants AI to do the security checks it seemingly can't do itself

21 posts, Latest by Flat Phillip at Wednesday 11th July 2018 02:45 GMT

Vodafone emits new wearable ... kid-trackers

22 posts, Latest by krs360 at Wednesday 11th July 2018 16:25 GMT

AI bots suck at marking written essays, not too shabby at old Atari games, and more...

13 posts, Latest by Celeste Reinard at Tuesday 10th July 2018 17:42 GMT

At last – a use for AI! Predicting an England World Cup victory

30 posts, Latest by spold at Monday 9th July 2018 16:45 GMT

Decision time for AI: Sometimes accuracy is not your friend

25 posts, Latest by bg01 at Monday 9th July 2018 08:04 GMT

Boffins build neural networks fashioned out of DNA molecules

28 posts, Latest by Flywheel at Monday 9th July 2018 15:27 GMT

US Declaration of Independence labeled hate speech by Facebook bots

111 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Saturday 7th July 2018 14:10 GMT

London's top cop isn't expecting facial recog tech to result in 'lots of arrests'

53 posts, Latest by MrXavia at Wednesday 22nd August 2018 12:45 GMT

Just look at the state of AI today. Literally, look. There's a report on it – plus more ML news

3 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Monday 2nd July 2018 09:03 GMT

CIMON says: Say hello to your new AI pal-bot, space station 'nauts

59 posts, Latest by Gary Bickford at Tuesday 3rd July 2018 14:32 GMT

Oracle, for one, says we'll welcome our new robot overlords: '90%' of you will obey an AI bot

31 posts, Latest by Alan Brown at Tuesday 3rd July 2018 15:13 GMT

UK.gov is not being advised by Google. Repeat. It is not being advised by Google

25 posts, Latest by Mike 137 at Monday 2nd July 2018 17:21 GMT

Marriage of AI, Google chips will save diabetics from a lot of pricks

26 posts, Latest by darklord at Tuesday 3rd July 2018 12:50 GMT

Potato, potato. Toma6to, I'm going to kill you... How a typo can turn an AI translator against us

65 posts, Latest by Alterhase at Monday 2nd July 2018 17:18 GMT

Not OK Google: Massive outage turns smart home kit utterly dumb

101 posts, Latest by Chemist at Wednesday 8th August 2018 18:21 GMT

Tesla tips ice on Apple, Google, Microsoft accounts of '$1m leaker'

7 posts, Latest by Kristian Walsh at Friday 29th June 2018 13:07 GMT

Microsoft's next trick? Kicking things out of the cloud to Azure IoT Edge

3 posts, Latest by Naselus at Thursday 28th June 2018 11:45 GMT

Top banker batters Bitcoin for sucky scalability, security

7 posts, Latest by Claptrap314 at Thursday 28th June 2018 02:33 GMT

US gov quizzes AI experts about when the machines will take over

14 posts, Latest by gujiguju at Thursday 28th June 2018 13:46 GMT

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