As China adopts AI-enabled education as part of its national strategy, what might this mean for the West?
In an age of AI and machine-learning, the future of war looks very different and needs some radical re-thinking of defence strategies from NATO states.
Chris Pope, VP Innovation, ServiceNow, brings Industry 4.0 to light in practical, realistic terms - focusing on the five layers of intelligent automation.
Ocado has scored its first public international deal for its proprietary e-commerce and warehousing tech. But does it justify the over-excitement from investors?
The UN held its first Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems group meeting last week, but there's no sign of any particular urgency to make any decisions.
As Moore's Law reaches its zenith, what happens next?
UK government Ministers are keen to boast of the UK's lead in tech innovation, such as robotics and machine-learning. Actually there's no leadership and poor investment, says the NAO.
AI is already with us even if we don't know it. The problem is the manner in which it impacts people's lives through the relentless drive to efficiency. Intended or not, change is urgently needed.
Philip van der Wilt, EMEA VP and GM, ServiceNow, explains that the future isn't a binary human or robot world, it will be a fusion between robots and people.
The speed of innovation at AV hardware maker NVIDIA is astonishing with capabilities doubling year over year. This will bring AV closer to the enterprise sooner than we think.
The headlines said robot tax, but the Labour Party leader's speech actually backed research that the UK must invest more in training its workers for an automated future.
Beyond the 'robot tax' headlines, the Labour leader backs research that the UK must invest more in training its workers for an automated future.
Is AI good news for developers? Topcoder thinks so - and they have the feedback of a million-plus developers. But there's a skills transitions ahead - and new options for companies as well.