Three of the biggest names in the semiconductor industry are collaborating on a new standard for AI interchange format.
Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt believes AI should be in the same category as nuclear weapons and regulated by similar treaties.
Google has fired Blake Lemoine, a software engineer who made headlines for claiming the company’s AI had achieved sentience.
Like something straight out of science fiction, China is turning to artificial intelligence (AI) to help run its judicial system, putting humans at the mercy of machines.
Walmart is looking to challenge Amazon using a tool the latter already relies on: artificial intelligence (AI).
In an industry first, Oracle is using artificial intelligence (AI) to help automate digital marketing.
Artificial intelligence (AI) may be the banking industry’s Achilles heel, making it more vulnerable to Russian cyberattacks.
Microsoft has teamed up with Chargebacks911 to use artificial intelligence in the fight against financial fraud.
The US Copyright Office has upheld its previous decision, ruling that AI can’t receive a copyright for art it creates.
China is claiming a world first with an AI designed to identify and prosecute a variety of crimes.
Amazon has revealed a new robot, dubbed Astro, designed to help out around the home.
Robots and automation are moving into an unexpected sector, taking service jobs many once thought were safe.
A US judge has dealt a blow to those wanting to register patents on behalf of artificial intelligence (AI).
IBM has unveiled the Telum Processor, an AI-powered processor that will be central to the company’s next-gen IBM Z and LinuxONE systems.
Intel is continuing to trim down and refocus on its core semiconductor business and is shutting down RealSense as part of that.
The Linux Foundation has announced the CDLA-Permissive-2.0 license agreement to make it easier to share AI and ML data.
Microsoft is leveraging its agreement with OpenAI to radically change the nature of low-code development with its first AI-powered code completion tool.
Artificial intelligence (AI) may be taking the business world by storm, but that doesn’t mean companies understand it.