The odds of China and the USA fighting a major war are very remote. There is the possibility over the next few decades of some small skirmish results from massive incompetence and miscalculation.
AlphaGo is going out on top. After beating Ke Jie, the world's best player of the ancient Chinese board game Go, for the third time today at the Future of Go Summit in Wuzhen, Google's DeepMind unit announced that it would be the last event match
Amazon has been able to disrupt traditional retailers because its technology is so advanced, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Thursday. "They're going to have robots building robots. And then we're really going to have nothing. We may be naked," Cramer said o
Ke Jie, the number one Go player in the world, spent much of the game playing with the hair on his head.
SpaceX billionaire Elon Musk may have his heart set on building a city on Mars, but Amazon billionaire Jeff Bezos' space vision looks closer to home. He's gazing at the moon.
Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai announced the new chip on Wednesday during a keynote address at the Alphabet Inc. unit's annual I/O event.
The velocity of AI development is ever increasing; today's capabilities will double in 12 months and re-double thereafter in 12-18 month cycles.
What could possibly go wrong?
(Natural News) According to a study by the British think tank, Reform, robots could potentially replace 90 percent of federal workers, a transition that would save the government an estimated $8 billion per year.
Would YOU visit a robot gynecologist? The four-armed device to operate on women that's controlled by a doctor using foot pedals