Sometimes, human intelligence trumps artificial.
Devices from all the big tech companies now include digital assistants like Siri and Alexa. Developers are working to make them more socially aware — like people.
Researchers at MIT think the secret to artificial intelligence might not be processing power, but storytelling.
Creative types tend to think computers will never take their jobs. They haven’t met Brutus.
Writer-director Alex Garland talks about his new movie and why sex with robots is fine by him.
You've got a college education, maybe a higher degree and a professional job. Surely you aren't threatened at work by technology, right? Think again, say two scientists at the MIT Center for Digital Business. But they also predict a coming golden age of free time and creativity.
If "Terminator," "The Matrix" and "2001: A Space Odyssey" taught us anything, it is that super-intelligent machines are bad news for humans. Now comes the new film, Transcendence, where a human brain is uploaded into a computer, with disturbing results. Could it actually happen?