The increasing scale of AI -- in terms of the size of neural networks, their energy use, the size of data sets, and the prevalence of the technology in society -- is raising the stakes for major ethical questions.
We can learn a lot from nature if we listen to it more—and scientists around the world are trying to do just that. From mountain peaks to ocean depths, biologists are increasingly planting audio recorders to unobtrusively eavesdrop on the groans, shrieks, whistles and songs of whales, elephants, bats and especially birds.
Back in 2017, the media was frenzying over Facebook’s decision to scrap one of its artificial intelligence engines, which was said to have created its own language that could not be understood by humans.
On 20 April, the Royal Navy's latest nuclear-powered hunter-killer submarine, HMS Anson, emerged from a vast construction hall at Barrow-in-Furness, and was hoisted into the water. All 7,400 tonnes of it.
Ford is working with Bay-area startup Symbio Robotics on the project. The robots are programmed and managed with Symbio’s robot-agnostic AI software platform, SymbioDCS, to assemble transmissions for the Bronco Sport, Escape and Edge.
SK Inc. C&C, a part of SK Group in South Korea, and BriteLab in Silicon Valley have announced the signing of a partnership agreement, to collaborate in joint development for the global manufacturing business in the U.S. market.