As a new generation grows up surrounded by artificial intelligence, researchers find education can help avoid confusion about robots’ role
Fooled by gibberish and highly susceptible to human bias, automated essay-scoring systems are being increasingly adopted.
What is less in doubt are the vast ethical ramifications of AI development and use, and the need to address them before AI becomes a part of everyday.
Is it unethical to abuse a robot? Some researchers have been wrestling with that.
Recently, Dr. Walsh, 55, has been working with the Campaign to to halt the development of autonomous robotic weapons.
When a new technology is emerging, Gates observed, it’s easy to imagine widespread adoption is just around the corner.
Dozens of databases of people’s faces are being compiled without their knowledge by companies and researchers.
The Australian Defence Force has invested more than $5 million in researching the possibilities of artificially intelligent weaponry in an effort to d
Researchers from the University of Tokyo and Preferred Networks built robots out of unusual materials like tree branches and used deep reinforcement.
In the last few years, the machine-learning community has blossomed, applying the technology to challenges like food security and health care.