The effort aimed at identifying criminals from their mugshots raises serious ethical issues about how we should use artificial intelligence.
Neural networks using light could lead to superfast computing.
Using over 4,000 satellites to blanket the world in wireless broadband would be expensive compared to other approaches.
A new study suggests that racial and gender bias affect the freelancing websites TaskRabbit and Fiverr—and may be baked into underlying algorithms.
Hacked e-mails published to Wikileaks were a “conscious effort by a nation-state” to interfere with the election, according to the NSA’s chief.
The ever-expanding Double 11 Global Online Shopping Festival showcases Alibaba’s innovations in key technology areas such as big data, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, and virtual reality.
AI might be able to determine why information gets either classified or declassified in error.
To boost sales and assuage fears about shoddy goods, Chinese e-tailers let consumers insure their online purchases.
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