When some of our most beautiful minds, including Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk, signed a letter about artificial intelligence, it was considered a warning that AI would be dangerous. Au contraire. Trace explains what the letter really meant.
With mega companies like Microsoft, Google and IBM quietly investing in quantum computing development, word is starting to leak out that the out-there technology with the sci-fi name might be a part of our lives sooner rather than later.
A new artificial intelligence benchmark could require artistic creativity.
The Internet has a seedy underbelly referred to as the Dark Web, a shady neighborhood with sketchy sites accessed by people who go to great lengths to keep their web travels anonymous and untraceable. Tara explains its inner workings.
Robots decide stuff all the time, scary as that sounds. But what happens inside their 'thought' process? A team from MIT asked the same question and created a way to visualize what a machine's decision process looks like.
WireLurker could pose a security threat to devices that have been largely resistant to cybercriminals.
McAfee Labs said in its quarterly threat assessment that weaknesses in app security are becoming a growing problem.
A chat-bot named "Eugene Goostman" is making headlines of late for "his" good showing during a Turing test, in which he was able to fool an impressive number of human judges into thinking he was a real person. What does it all mean for AI computing?
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