Replika users say that it's all too easy to form a meaningful – even romantic – attachment to your AI friend.
A picture paints a thousand words, and one made with AI just needs a simple text prompt.
“It looks like how I feel when I’m overstimulated.”
Fed by Reddit and Mechanical Turks, the algorithmic morality spinner is a dangerous and stupid use of technology.
Japan’s increasingly aging and single population have given rise to lonely deaths. New technology helps find them before they decompose.
Experts say medical images like X-Rays and CT scans allow algorithms to determine a patient's race—and warn it could lead to bias and discrimination.
In a proof-of-concept, researchers reported they could embed malware in up to half of an AI model’s nodes and still obtain very high accuracy.
Experimental musician Holly Herndon's 'Holly+' is an AI copy of her voice that sings any song you want it to, with rights governed by the blockchain.
Using a new technique, researchers say they can make AI systems misidentify people by adding small bits of data to the images.
Lemonade backtracked after suggesting it uses “non-verbal cues” like eye movements to reject claims. Its response raises more questions than answers.
As schools reopen with billions in federal aid, surveillance vendors are hawking expensive tools like license plate readers and facial recognition.
The company's recently-patented idea for in-car advertising sounds like a disaster waiting to happen.