As automation takes on more work done by humans, wages could flatten across the board, warns the University of Bath’s Joanna Bryson.
The nominations for the 2020 Innovators Under 35 Asia Pacific list are now open.
How the creator of the world’s biggest private foundation thinks about tackling some of the world’s biggest challenges.
Self-driving vehicle technology has made significant advancements; now there needs to be an industry standard for self-driving safely.
The tensions in today’s digital marketplaces in Asia, the growing need to address them, and why cross-border collaboration can strengthen the region’s digital ecosystem.
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NOTES: Online transactions per capita per year
AI is helping machines recognize our moods. Affectiva’s Gabi Zijderveld says standards are needed to guard against misuse.
Infotainment, digital platforms, and social media have introduced instability and distortion into the political communications system, writes Georgetown professor Diana Owen.
Why there will never be another “AI winter,” and what IBM and MIT are doing together to ensure that.
In this Q&A, Karl T. Muth discusses how the now-nascent technology may someday house everything from subway card balances to medical records.
Senior execs in Asia are adopting AI to improve the customer experience and business decision-making, but challenges such as a talent shortage and high costs loom.
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No plans to deploy yet
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NOTES: Are you deploying ML?
Artificial intelligence is a primary driver of possibilities and promise as the Fourth Industrial Revolution unfolds.
Here are the latest charts from our live survey on how businesses perceive AI.
Advanced technologies come together to get autonomous vehicles driving safely and efficiently.
In this podcast, MIT Technology Review’s Will Knight discusses why researchers at the year’s biggest AI conference focused on how to keep human bias out of computer algorithms.
The explosion of data and advances in computing power are radically transforming daily life, writes Jannis Kallinikos.