The Australian government really screwed people on this one.
The USPTO rejected two patents applications written by a "creativity engine" named DABUS. Now a lawsuit raises fundamental questions about what it means to be creative.
In-car camera systems are being marketed as a safety feature, but their creators' ambitions go beyond alerting drowsy drivers.
Technologists from MIT, Harvard, and Google say research claiming to predict crime based on human faces creates a "tech-to-prison pipeline" that reinforces racist policing.
On CYBER this week, we’re talking about a novel that frightfully depicts a not-so-distant future where FBI agents work with robot partners and terrorists meet up inside video games.
An AI system called DABUS "invented" two new devices, but the USPTO says only humans can do that.
Hundreds of pages of documents obtained by Motherboard lay out the development of 'Operation Overmatch.'
Athena Security previously sold a system that it claims can detect weapons in video feeds. Now it says it's applying a similar approach to spotting fevers.
One former employee said the secret company called Pink Unicorn Labs was doing the same thing as Cambridge Analytica, "but more nefariously, arguably."
Banjo is applying artificial intelligence to government-owned surveillance and traffic cameras across the entire state of Utah to tell police about "anomalies."
The Grid suddenly locked customers out of their websites and went silent for a year. Now, the CEO says he was naive. "I can imagine there's a few people who are pissed off."
'Dark Emulator' churns out virtual universes in seconds, so scientists can probe mysterious large-scale dark matter structures that may be key to galaxy formation.