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A clever new approach could help monitor an incredibly complicated, increasingly automated system that thrives on secrecy.
A new website is the start of a bold project to digitize America's cultural heritage.
By tracking moving objects, Volvo’s system could help prevent accidents.
The smartphone revolution will include unprecedented surveillance by companies hoping to make money from user data.
Autonomous technology is being developed at a remarkable rate. This could raise new fears about cars malfunctioning.
One AI researcher suggests that an ambitious plan to build a more intelligent machine may be flawed.
The technologist speaks about an ambitious plan to build a powerful artificial intelligence.
The world lost a brilliant activist and a leading proponent of information freedom last week.
Machines are moving into new areas of manufacturing, but it’s too soon to proclaim a robot revolution.