This week: virtual prisons, blinded by satellites, and robots in love.
This week: a Halloween special with beer corpses, zombie bots and connected birds
Might consciousness and free will be the aces up our sleeves when it comes to competing with robots?
We are far from defenceless against the rise of robots, although they'll take many of our routine jobs. Our special strength is our ability to apply rules that don't exist.
This week: looking ahead, looking back and looking to see what looking means.
This week: satire sells science, rats are not human, and bacterial bio bricks.
This week: work week wishes, fax-free futures, and AI art.
This week: Populous time bombs, disrupting death, and toddlers and aliens.
This week: When your boss has a beef with meat, flat hierarchy facade, and sad robituaries.
The old rules do not apply to deep learning artificial intelligence.
This week: why it's too early to certify AI, and phantom traffic jams and fungi sandals in other news.
One small step for man.…does not necessarily make good business sense for mankind.
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.