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AI; Intelligent agents; Machine intelligence Artificial Intelligence (often referred to as AI) is a field in computer science that is concerned with the automation of intelligence and the enablement...
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The way we speak to a partner can betray our true feelings behind the words we use and artificial intelligence has learned to pick up on these to predict whether your love will last.
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Industrial strategy plans to develop artificial intelligence using algorithms built from NHS patient data
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From finicky robots to a not-so-smart suitcase this year’s Consumer Electronics Show found an industry out of touch with the problems it really needs to solve
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A machine faces humans in a live debate in a "significant step" for artificial intelligence.
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Letter: Technical solutions focused on privacy or bias will get us nowhere says Miranda Hall
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Our final mini-series episode asks what impact might AI have on society – and who decides when to turn it off?
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Algorithms are displaying white male bias and automation is decimating jobs – we have a lot to lose unless we get involved says Ivana Bartoletti of the Fabian Women’s Network
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Specialists had been building computer programs since 2014 to review résumés in an effort to automate the search process
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The history of artificial intelligence is entwined with state and corporate power says Stephen Cave executive director of the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence
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Sundar Pichai tells Davos flawed tax system is to blame for EU countries missing out on revenue
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The idea has sparked a race to develop apps that warn of impending mental health crises. C
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The author of global bestseller Sapiens is back with a self-help guide for a bewildering age – and its sweeping statements are peppered with truly mind-expanding observations
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Editorial: Spotify cannot be a monarch in music. Its users must be able to hold it to account for its actions
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Charities are considering switching to so-called ‘woebots’ to meet the growing demand for mental health treatment
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Images of Emma Watson Daisy Ridley Scarlett Johansson and others used without consent to create fake adult films shared on Reddit
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Turns out hoaxes and lies have always been with us says Guardian technology reporter Alex Hern
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The world in 2019: The vexed politics of our times has obscured the view ahead. Over the holidays we have been examining some big issues on the horizon. Today in our final instalment we look at the spread of artificial intelligence
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Focusing on technology is not a panacea but if the health secretary can help drive change it will be time well spent
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From reversing blindness and paralysis to new treatments for cancer and infertility.
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The top trends in phones artificial intelligence and tech finance.
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It’s the next wave of automation beyond retail and financial services. Yet can artificial intelligence ever replicate altruism and empathy? asks Guardian columnist John Harris
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Brain-computer interfaces could change the way people think soldiers fight and Alzheimer’s is treated. But are we in control of the ethical ramifications?
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Tesla and SpaceX founder launching Neuralink to explore technology of implanting tiny electrodes into the brain
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Our guest scientists pick the breakthroughs and discoveries that defined their year from insights into human evolution to our first trip aboard an asteroid