Inside the Relationship Between Man and Machine in 'The Imitation Game'
We talked to the director and editor of the film starring Benedict Cumberbatch.
Charles Babbage's Analytical Engine Takes on Deep Learning
Thanks to a UK computer scientist and a simulated Analytical Engine.
Ada Lovelace and the Impossible Expectations We Have of Women in STEM
Why are we so obsessed with our female role models' personal flaws?
The World's First Computer Programmer Becomes a Comic Book Superheroine
In honor of Ada Lovelace Day, we spoke to Sydney Padua, who reimagined 19th century countess and mathematician Ada Lovelace as a feisty crime fighter.
Ada Lovelace Was the First Person to Understand the Real Potential of Computers
The Victorian mathematician's legacy goes beyond the first published computer program.
$1.5 Million Worth of Tech History Goes to Auction
Bonhams New York is auctioning off an Apple-1, a Nazi Enigma machine, and a letter from Darwin stating he doesn’t believe in God.
The Ada Initiative, a Women in Tech Non-Profit, Is Shutting Down
The feminist organization will publish its training materials so others can use them.
Drawing Robot Sketches C-3PO and a T-800 Terminator
Yeah, Patrick Tresset's 'Robot Portraits' series gets meta.
Monumental Women Transform London Skyline
Celebrate International Women’s Day with James Merry's renderings of what London might look like with giant statues of important women in history.
This Ada Lovelace-Inspired Artwork Pits Musicians Against a Robot
A new installation asks musicians to respond to a robot whose movements are inspired by mathematician Ada Lovelace's work.
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Forget Turing, the Lovelace Test Has a Better Shot at Spotting AI
To pass the Lovelace Test a machine has to create something original, that it wasn't programmed to do.
Australia Lights Up With Conrad Shawcross' Robot Powered Installation
We talk to the artist about his new machines that know how to 1,2 step.