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Syndicated Computing Pioneer Says Two-Year-Olds Should Learn How To Code

An early start would encourage women to become programmers and reduce gender stereotyping, argues Stephanie Shirley

Syndicated Why Artificial intelligence Is Ripe For Abuse

Microsoft’s Kate Crawford told SXSW that society must prepare for authoritarian movements to test the ‘power without accountability’ of AI

Syndicated An AI-Editing War Is Taking Place On Wikipedia's Pages

Over time, the encyclopedia’s software robots can become locked in combat, undoing each other’s edits and changing links, say researchers

Syndicated AI Could Soon Be Taking The Roles Of Doctors, Teachers And Actors

Thanks to advances in technology, many jobs that weren’t considered ripe for automation suddenly are

Syndicated Biometric Recognition At Airports Could Raise Serious Privacy Concerns

The plan would involve 90% of passengers being processed through Australian immigration without human involvement

Syndicated Why Voice Control Is Finally Speaking Our Language

The success of Amazon Echo shows we are one step closer to actually holding meaningful conversations with machines

Innovation After The Initial Success Of AR Gaming, What Does The Future Hold?

With Pokemon GO earning up to $10m a day, R&D departments are busy searching for the next phase

Syndicated Artificial Intelligence Could Serve As A Judge In The Court Of The Future

A new software program can weigh up legal evidence and more questions of right and wrong to predict the outcome of trials

Fitness & Sport IBM Gave U.S. Open Viewers A New Way Of Watching Tennis

The tournament featured data analysis and captions created by IBM Watson in real time

Syndicated Why A Robot Could Be The Best Boss You've Ever Had

Designed with strong technical expertise and high intelligence, it’s not so far-fetched that the robots of the future could outperform human managers

Syndicated How "Sent From My iPhone" Became A Key Piece Of Net Etiquette

Once considered a crass way of showing off, the sign-off is now a nod of acknowledgement that we are doing the best we can

Syndicated How The World's Best Go-Playing AI Still Relies On Human Intervention

Even at Google’s DeepMind, there’s still stuff that humans code best, it seems

Technology A Robot Could Be The Best Instructor To Teach You How To Code

A Harvard team created a device designed to teach young kids how to code

Malware Museum Preserves Old Computer Viruses As Art

This collection allows virtual visitors to safely experience malicious programs of the past