Scientists have devised a novel system that can recognize visual objects by bending light.
We’re about to witness a paradigm shift in how diseases are being diagnosed.
AI is getting weirder by the day.
The technology could have a surprising use.
OpenAI thinks that its AI is too dangerous to risk having it fall into the wrong hands.
They’re endearingly bad at it, to be honest.
How do you spell “checkmate” in binary?
Please prove that you are human.
Justice by robots sounds like the future we’ve all been waiting for.
Now computers can feel guilty too, hooray!
Scientists are still in the dark but the new insights place them a step closer to the source of fast radio bursts.
Computer: “What is my purpose?”
MIT: “You spot depression!”
This could save Google millions of dollars — and it also ushers in a new age of technology.
Is there anything AI won’t touch?
The AIs are getting better and better.
You know how everyone says ‘smile’ before you snap a pic? That was Skynet’s plan all along!
After analyzing data from over a quarter million patients, the neural network can predict the patient’s age (within a 4-year range), gender, smoking status, blood pressure, body mass index, and risk of cardiovascular disease.
The test could be a game changer for identifying autism.
An AI writer — can this really be?