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AI will help, but may also kill people, say US doctors

An Intel survey has found that a majority of US healthcare decision-makers expect artificial intelligence (AI) to be prevalent in the industry within the...

One third of city journeys will be autonomous, says WEF

Autonomous and on-demand transport will form one-third of all urban journeys, according to a new World Economic Forum report, and reduce the need for...

Skills: AI, automation changing the core nature of work, warns McKinsey

The average worker of the future is a socially adept leader, entrepreneur, and life-long learner with transferrable technology skills, who is also happy to...

Survey reveals damaged public perception of autonomous cars

A survey of 2,000 people from the UK, by enterprise information management company OpenText, reveals falling public support for autonomous driving technology. The survey focused...

MIT introduces brain-controlled robots

Scientists from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) are leading research into controlling robots using brainwaves and simple hand movements. Their work is...

“Cryptocurrency systems can’t scale or be trusted” – central banking organisation

UPDATED The more popular cryptocurrencies become, the less trustworthy and efficient they are, according to a key central banking organisation. Cryptocurrencies are “not scalable and...

Security: The IoT is destroying legal concept of privacy warns in-depth...

THE BIG READ A new report cautions that the Internet of Things may undermine the concept of personal privacy to such an extent that...

IoT futures: MIT develops RFID sensors, 3D-printed shape-shifters

New research from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) should remind us of the power of low-cost, elegant simplicity in deploying the Internet of...

Mayor claims report proves London is AI capital of Europe

A new report by AI research and thought leadership organisation CognitionX backs Mayor of London Sadiq Khan’s ambitions to make London a global leader...

Maritime IoT adoption higher than other sectors, says Inmarsat

Satellite communications company Inmarsat has commissioned research into Internet of Things (IoT) adoption in the maritime sector, among several others. According to its initial...

133 lives saved by drones worldwide, says DJI – VIDEOS

Chinese drone giant DJI believes that the lives of 133 people have been saved by drones worldwide, since it began keeping figures about drone...

80 percent of organisations set to invest in AI, claims report

Fifty-five percent of enterprises are set to make major investments in artificial intelligence (AI) by 2020, according to a new report.  A further 25 percent...
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