The late legendary scientist issues one final warning for humanity.
As the 21st century welcomes an AI boom, science and technology leaders sign a historical pledge to save humanity from the development of lethal autonomous weapons.
German researchers may have a fix.
“All tools can be used for good or ill.”
Chinese railway police are using facial-recognition sunglasses to catch suspects at train stations in Zhengzhou, the capital of central Henan province. The eyewear, similar to the original Google Glass, was unveiled earlier this year and has already helped identify seven alleged criminals, according to the Communist Party’s official newspaper People’s Daily.
A newer type of AI called a Generative Adversarial Network (GAN) has learned to make nude portraits, and they’re terrifying.
An animal-human language translator is in the works. But do we really want to know what our animals are saying?
Using freely available AI software, internet lurkers create fake celebrity sex tapes that have troubling legal implications.
Researchers in Utah used “chit chat” to get artificial intelligence to cooperate with humans while playing games. The implication is that rather than being a danger to humans, robots might become our allies.
Robots made for sex might also have the capacity to do something else human partners do: lie and cheat. A cognitive scientist explained this possibility at the International Congress on Love and Sex in London in December.