How Garry Kasparov Learned to Stop Worrying and Love AI
The first chess master to get pwned by an artificial intelligence isn’t worried about AI pwning humanity.
Hypnotizing Music Video Visualizes Cellular Biology
Motion graphics artist Maxime Causeret takes on Max Cooper’s ‘Order From Chaos.’
How to Share the Planet With Artificial Intelligence
It's time to prepare for the machinocene.
Hear Alan Turing's First-Ever Recording of Computer Music from 1951
Add another accomplishment to the famed computer scientist's resume.
Containing a Superintelligent AI Is Theoretically Impossible
The halting problem strikes again.
Inside the Relationship Between Man and Machine in 'The Imitation Game'
We talked to the director and editor of the film starring Benedict Cumberbatch.
Crack Alan Turing's Code in a New Graphic Novel
Talking to author Jim Ottaviani about creating his new graphic novel 'The Imitation Game: Alan Turing Decoded.'
Firing Squad Synchronization, Computer Science's Most Macabre-Sounding Problem
The question, first formulated in the 1950s, was essential to automata theory, which became the foundation of computer science.
Dartmouth Is Holding a Turing Test Competition for Poetry, Prose, and Beats
See if your machines can match real writers, DJs, and poets.
Drawing Robot Sketches C-3PO and a T-800 Terminator
Yeah, Patrick Tresset's 'Robot Portraits' series gets meta.
Humans Are Pretending to Be Robots Pretending to Be Humans on Reddit
NAVIGATE CURSOR OVER DIGITAL TEXT TO ENGAGE IN CONTENT.
The Reverse Turing Test: Pretending to Be a Chatbot Is Harder Than You Think
Until I tried being a bot, I don’t think I gave my brain enough credit.