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Objectively measuring how clean our cities are

Clara Marc
(4652 bytes) (2017-11-22)

Big data creates family tree of constitutions

Daniel Rockmore
(2809 bytes) (2017-11-22)

Watch out for ‘killer robots,’ UC Berkeley professor warns in video

Patrick May
(1925 bytes) (2017-11-21)

Pentagon exposed some of its data on Amazon server

Selena Larson
(7401 bytes) (2017-11-20)

How China’s new model for hi-tech firms can help it become a global leader in ar

Kelly Weill
(2204 bytes) (2017-11-20)

China Challenges Nvidia's Hold on Artificial Intelligence Chips

Tom Simonite
(5959 bytes) (2017-11-20)

Orange County on top of artificial intelligence

Lucy Dunn
(3702 bytes) (2017-11-16)

Federal "extreme vetting" plan castigated by tech experts

MATT O'BRIEN
(6203 bytes) (2017-11-16)

Artificial intelligence and robotics - impact it could have on Wisconsin's fut

Nolan Blair |
(1611 bytes) (2017-11-15)

Russia has serious ambitions for military robotics

Ben Brimelow
(3698 bytes) (2017-11-10)

The future of algorithmic warfare

Lauren C. Williams
(4276 bytes) (2017-11-03)

How Canada’s unique research culture has aided artificial intelligence

Maple Valley
(3470 bytes) (2017-11-03)

Sophia the robot is now a citizen of Saudi Arabia

Cleve R. Wootson
(4813 bytes) (2017-10-30)

How artificial intelligence could help spies do their jobs

Rob Verger
(2735 bytes) (2017-10-26)

Oxford's head of computer science warned that Berlin and Paris would love to h

Sam Shead
(1832 bytes) (2017-10-12)

Tech firm helps probe secrets of North Korea

Chris Kelsey
(2654 bytes) (2017-10-09)

Who betrayed Anne Frank? Artificial intelligence could finally solve the mystery

Washington Post
(8696 bytes) (2017-10-05)

A ‘principled’ artificial intelligence could improve justic

Nicolas Economou
(11106 bytes) (2017-10-03)

The Police Are Using Computer Algorithms to Tell if You’re a Threat

Andrew Guthrie Ferguson
(6142 bytes) (2017-10-03)

What government wants from tech in the fight against terror

Gordon Corera
(5926 bytes) (2017-09-20)

Could AI give us rapid-fire forecasts?

Jamie Morton
(3257 bytes) (2017-09-18)

Researchers use facial recognition tools to predict sexual orientation. LGBT gro

Derek Hawkins
(6346 bytes) (2017-09-13)

Who wields AI, and how

Anupam Guha
(5431 bytes) (2017-09-12)

Congressional redistricting less contentious when resolved using computer algori

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champai
(3116 bytes) (2017-09-11)

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