Even the simplest jobs require skills—like creative problem solving—that AI systems cannot yet perform competently.
A data-based assessment of online sentiments and articles on the U.S. presidential debates reveals deep divisions among voters—and indicates that negative news about the candidates has done little to change many voters’ minds.
How many problems can tech companies solve on their own without broad social consensus?
Manufacturing fell behind the information revolution. That’s about to change.
As it gets ever cheaper, wind energy will play a huge role in our clean-power future.
A revolutionary AI technique is about to transform the self-driving car.
The 2016 winner of the $500,000 Lemelson-MIT Prize, which honors outstanding mid-career inventors, discusses his work as an imaging scientist and his plan to expand peer-to-peer inventing opportunities for young people via the REDX platform.
The next phase in the AI revolution calls for advances in how the technology addresses and processes data from the non-vision world.
Organizations serious about gaining—and maintaining—competitive advantage must optimize their digital customer experience. This introduction to DPM explains how this emerging approach can provide serious business value.
John Van Siclen and Jason Pontin discuss an emerging approach that provides business and IT stakeholders with a better big-picture view of their digital customer experiences, ultimately helping their organizations gain competitive advantage in a fast-changing marketplace.