The promise of software-defined networking and solutions for its wider adoption were explored in depth at VMware’s inaugural future:net event.
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In this article excerpt, a British researcher discusses why AI and cybernetics are moving beyond the realm of science fiction—but warns that the technologies also raise significant ethical questions.
A defense of the warnings about AI in philosopher Nick Bostrom’s book Superintelligence.
Analog Devices, Inc. and BlackBox Biometrics joined forces to develop Blast Gauge, a wearable device that detects exposure to potentially harmful blast shockwaves.
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.