Since the beginning of Homo sapiens, we have crafted machines to help us, but now we may be at a tipping point of losing control.
By Christian Johan Smith, TrackR I grew up in Selden, Kansas, in a family of wheat farmers. Manually harvesting wheat was an extremely tedious and laborious work, involving cutting and bundling by hand. However, this changed...
In my latest piece in TechCrunch, I gave a full breakdown of the ongoing debate between government agencies and tech firms over whether consumer devices and software should be embedded with strong encryption technology, and...
Unrelenting progress in digital technologies is changing law firms and how lawyers work, right before our eyes and what it means to "be a lawyer" might look a little different in a few years than it does today.
The Equifax data breach should serve as a wake up call for all users to take ownership and responsibility of protecting their data
If there’s one lesson to take away from the successful reboot of the NES Classic gaming console and the Nokia 3310 mobile phone in recent months, it’s that a well-planned infusion of nostalgia is a...
Artificial Intelligence has ignited a fire of excitement throughout the business world. But the AI revolution is picking up in some industries, but is slow to seep into others - why is that?
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In his NeurIPS 2019 speech, deep learning pioneer Yoshua Bengio made important remarks about the current state of artificial intelligence and pathways toward general AI.
Regulating facial recognition technology will help prevent abuse of the technology by law enforcement. But is the big tech's support for regulation sincere?
By Andrea Volpini, WordLift Search engines are evolving. They went from simple keyword matching to natural language processing. Those search engines got better at interpreting long tail queries. Yet they are still error-prone. Let's put this into...