Many critics of deep learning claim it is overhyped. But as AI researcher and data scientist Jeremy Howard explains, perhaps deep learning is just not understood well.
AI is now thoroughly integrated into our everyday lives. But there are a lot of misconceptions ranging from the absurd to the all too plausible.
Artificial intelligence is especially good at exploiting our weaknesses. Famous historian Yuval Harari suggests the same AI systems can protect us against malicious abuse of our habits. Is it possible?
Smart homes are already a reality — and they improve our lives in hundreds of little ways that weren't possible before. Let's see how 5G can improve that.
Alexa's lack of understanding of the context of conversations can become confusing. Developers will have to figure out how to make their AI assistants smarter.
While for some, the IoT is a wonderland of information and communication and others prefer human interaction, it is vitally important to strike the right balance.
Driverless cars will eventually become good at detecting and avoiding all kinds of collisions. But how should they decide when human death becomes inevitable?
Compressed air is not necessarily a factor many people think of as a component in tech, but it's more important than they imagine, either for improving existing technologies or engineering new ones.
With recent developments in machine learning, AI has gradually become ubiquitous in many fields. Here's how it affects the news media industry.
A lot of sensational stories are suggesting that deep learning (and AI in general) will replace human creativity. Let's put the doubts to rest.