Artificial intelligence technologist Kriti Sharma is concerned the technology's benefits will be unequally shared.
- by Ruth Williams
Australians are being urged to embrace the robots and other new technologies that will replace “routine” workers in the decade ahead.
- by David Crowe
The invention of sex robots poses difficult moral, ethical and legal questions.
- by Andrew Taylor
The price was far beyond the estimate of $US7000 to $US10,000 set for what Christie's called the portrait of a portly gentleman, who appears to be a man of the church.
The AI-generated Portrait of Edmond Belamy depicts a slightly blurry chubby man in a dark frock-coat and white collar, possibly a man of the church.
Pint-sized and friendly, humanoid robots are now more than just fictional characters. They’re finding their way into new roles as teachers.
- by Kristyn Sommer & Marie Boden
I was raised in a house designed to keep us safe when doomsday came, but now I live in one filled with idiot AI assistants and incompetent cleaners.
- by Alice Clarke
Smart assistant users in the US can now access Cortana through Echo speakers, and Alexa through Windows 10.
- by Hayley Tsukayama
The speed our society evolves has passed the speed of legislation, but it can catch up. The internet could be the facilitation, and AI could be the catalyst.
- by Shuyang Lin
The Australian-first research collaboration received $2.6 million in federal funding last week.
- by Toby Crockford
A few weeks ago I took my mother and her best friend, both aged in their 90s, to lunch. I decided to tell them about AI. Tears welled in Aunty Rosa's eyes. Too late, I remembered why.
- by Alan Finkel