AI hype has researchers in fields from medicine to political science rushing to use techniques that they don’t always understand—causing a wave of spurious results.
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The company’s warehouses demand a fast pace of workers, and have higher injury rates than at competing firms.
In a series of incidents, the GM subsidiary lost contact with its autonomous vehicles, leaving them frozen in traffic and trapping human drivers.
A new European Union law will set rules for what the technology can and can’t do to people, like whether it’s OK to deploy lie detectors at borders.
Machines that understand what their human teammates are doing could boost productivity without taking jobs.
Artificial intelligence use is booming, but it’s not the secret weapon you might imagine.
In an interview with WIRED, the engineer and priest elaborated on his belief that the program is a person—and not Google’s property.
The bigger problem is what happens when we act as if AIs are conscious, and how that could be used against us.