New approaches to generating crop varieties are making it hard for policymakers to know what to regulate.
The Obama administration is vowing not to get left behind in the rush to artificial intelligence, but determining how to regulate it isn’t easy.
By opening its virtual assistant up to outside developers, Apple looks to be positioning it as a way to compete in the suddenly crowded field of devices that users can talk to.
Printing genomes on demand could mean custom-built organisms, difficult ethical questions, and profits for a handful of companies.
The Internet connection built into every Tesla gives the company a unique advantage in the race to develop autonomous vehicles.
Passwords are annoying to remember and can be insecure, so Google is turning to a new form of authentication to protect our personal information.
Geometric Intelligence says its learning algorithms can pick up new skills faster than those behind the recent flurry of investment in AI.
Even as Germany adds lots of wind and solar power to the electric grid, the country’s carbon emissions are rising. Will the rest of the world learn from its lesson?
Facebook is using posts from its users to improve its automatic translations of posts in your news feed and master colloquial language.
MIT Technology Review’s EmTech Digital conference will explore and explain how artificial intelligence is transforming all kinds of business.