This week: AI and Shakespeare, the capitalism crisis, and cows in VR.
This week: working less for more, and the future of work not as usual.
This week: calling bullshit, sexist credit cards and death predictions with Jevin West.
What happens when technology has a human face? In the future digital assistants will not just be disembodied voices: soon we will be gazing into an emotionally rich, apparently human, 3D digital face.
This week: why data is not like oil, dangerous AI, and a robot that gives sermons.
Fatal Uber crash highlights both AI and non-technical questions about autonomous vehicles.
It’s time to (do more than) talk about knowledge. Universities must take leadership in helping develop students capacity to recognise different kinds of knowledge and work flexibly.
IBM’s medical artificial intelligence program Watson for Oncology is merely rudimentary.
How is marketing being transformed by machine learning and robotics and what does this mean for the consumer?
Why do we believe in the existence of intelligent machines? Why do we believe that computers can do inherently human activities, such as decision-making, better than we do?
Our politics, businesses and media are already flooded with empty arguments and jargon. Let’s not reward the skill of writing it.
What does automation mean for the future of mining, agriculture, cities and the future of jobs? A discussion with Hugh Durrant-Whyte, Chief Scientific Adviser at the UK Ministry of Defence.