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China this week announced an AI-powered unmanned police station will open in one of its capitol cities, proving once again that no other country quite embraces artificial intelligence like it does.
The Future of Life Institute channels ‘Black Mirror’ in its short film warning about the danger of autonomous killer robots.
Seniors may soon be able to live disease-free for their entire lives.
Which is worse for you: weed or whiskey? It’s a tough call, but based on the science, there appears to be a clear winner.
A serial leak of the agency’s cyberweapons has damaged morale, slowed intelligence operations and resulted in hacking attacks on businesses and civilians worldwide.
Focus less on where value is shifting from and more on where value is shifting to.
Spirit Airlines, at least, is honest about the tight quarters on its planes. “We’re a cozy airline,” it says on its website. “We add extra seats to our planes so we can fly with more people. This lowers ticket prices for everyone, just like a car pool.”
The new printing process has the potential to revolutionize how we manufacture steel.
Google and others, fighting for a small pool of researchers, are looking for automated ways to deal with a shortage of artificial intelligence experts.