Facebook has claimed that it has paid external human contractors to listen to recordings of users without their knowledge.
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Google is rolling out its brand new augmented reality (AR) add-on to Maps to ensure you never get lost again.
NEC, in conjunction with Japanese start-up Cartivator, has unveiled a flying car that Japan hopes to have in service by 2030.
Alphabet Inc.’s autonomous vehicle company Waymo are working with DeepMind to develop a new way to train AI, inspired by the way that biology evolves.
In deep learning, neural nets use specific hidden layers to deliver defined results. AI researcher David Duvenaud is questioning all of that with ODE nets.
Fed up of how slow Python is? If you’re looking for a way to optimise Python code, especially for handling big data, you may want to invest some time in Cython.
Apple’s most famous product, the iPhone, made up less than half of Apple’s total sales for the first time since 2012. Despite this, sales have risen elsewhere.
EmoNet is an AI developed by researchers from the University of Colorado and Duke University and designed to identify 11 different emotions just from a picture.
A hacker who obtained the names, addresses, phone numbers and birth dates of Capital One customers in the US and Canada has been arrested by the FBI.
Climate change is reaching a critical state. Will artificial intelligence save us all from impending doom or is it actually exacerbating the problem?
Over 180 people on Kickstarter have backed Elk, a development board for blockchain that combines Arduino with native support for decentralised networks.
You’ve seen classic Software 1.0 coding structures: meet Software 2.0 in which code can be written by an optimisation in the form of neural network training.
IoT malware attacks are up 55%, according to SonicWall’s Cyber Threat report, which collects data from over a million security sensors in over 200 countries.
The “Banning of Cryptocurrency & Regulation of Official Digital Currency Bill, 2019” has been listed on the official Department of Economic Affairs website.
Pohoiki Beach, Intel’s brand new neuromorphic AI chip, contains 64 processors and imitates learning ability and energy efficiency of human brains.
The entrepreneur’s Neuralink project is an interface made of threads that can effectively read the mind of the user: are we one step closer to becoming cyborgs?
Some believe that 5G is one of the biggest technological advancements of the decade. We speak to computer scientist, Reza Ganjavi, who passionately disagrees.
A smart city is more than just access to fast internet. As London becomes a tech epicentre, it will embrace futuristic infrastructure in the next 30 years.
Huddly is an AI-powered video camera that’s shaking up conferences around the world. What makes it so special? We spoke with the company to find out.
Blockchain is favoured by many for its transparency and decentralisation. Could it be a legitimate option to build a more secure brand of social network?