If you train a machine learning tool to find human features in emojis, the results are not pretty.
MIT researchers converted the building blocks of life into beats and put it on Soundcloud.
We're honestly not sure if Robbie Barrat's strange creations are NSFW.
Researchers got deep learning models to train inside their own hallucinated ideas of the world.
A programmer taught an artificial intelligence how to write the next entry in George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series.
Using AI and machine learning, artist Refik Anadol has turned 1.7 million digital documents from a Turkish museum into a massive nod to Jorge Luis Borges.
“Charles” is a Python-coded driver that loves to hit police cruisers as much as you do.
Researchers combined meta-data with over 10,000 examples of IRL fake news in a dataset to train machine learning algorithms how to automatically detect fake news.
In the music video for “Reshape,” New York City and Russian hip-hop artist Krussia become a canvas for neural networked graffiti visuals.
Here’s to hoping it leads to Assassin’s Creed and Mass Effect characters that move around like humans rather than twerking robots.
Can AI use your phone data without being creepy?
Who needs a Pokédex?