The law insists inventors have to be human. But that means we’re missing out on groundbreaking medicine and technology developed by AI.
- by Angus Dalton
“It’s really fun to play with, but we should not take it seriously as well as we shouldn’t pretend that that’s a lawyer,” said one professor of artificial intelligence.
- by Pranshu Verma
Experts have shot down claims Google has created a sentient AI, but artificial intelligence is already impacting how we live.
- by Stuart Layt
The advance of AI needs to be handled with great care or we could face a dismal future, says guru Toby Walsh.
- by Kurt Johnson
Sure, you’d skip childbirth and nappies. You could mute them in the car. But you could also let them go far too easily.
- by Samantha Selinger-Morris
Catriona Campbell, one of the UK’s leading authorities in artificial intelligence, calls them the Tamagotchi Generation, after the digital pet toy released in 1996.
- by Tom Ough and Maighna Nanu
Researchers will use machine learning to develop a tool to predict whether someone will develop severe COVID-19 symptoms, to help manage the disease into the future.
- by Stuart Layt
Australian founder of Clearview Hoan Ton-That believes his database of more than 10 billion images is helping police catch insurrectionists and paedophiles but his business model is under threat around the world.
- by Laurel Henning, Cynthia Kroet, James Panichi and Mike Swift
University of NSW Professor Toby Walsh reveals the good, bad and the ugly side of artificial intelligence.
- by Greg Callaghan
Experts and fans are saying TikTok videos of what looks like The Batman actor are probably deepfakes. Here’s why.
- by Millie Muroi
Grammarly is one of the world’s biggest unicorns, and it started with a simple plan – for the world to write better English.
- by Blake Schmidt and Alexander Sazonov