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Facial and voice recognition – just beware translations
Open letter to UN warns of 'weapons hacked to behave in undesirable ways'
More software smarts for 'AI you can take with you'
Analysis Security works better when you write your own rules
Machine Learning meets human response
Now computers can sense anger from more than furious button mashing
Data, and who has it, is the real concern
Analysis Amazon Turk serfs have their own problems
Updated BAH GAWD!
So you wanna get into AI? Get ready for a lot of handholding and coddling
Cisco's WebEx to gain sound-screening powers so you clam up at noisy moments
Like a boozy fry-up. Or maybe not. Maybe we have too much booze on the brain
We're really, really, really big fans of this one. Oh yes
Finally, Zuck's lot get neural-network-powered translation
IM app QQ 'adjusting' bots that revealed unpatriotic sentiments
Feature Behind the scenes of infosec's cat-and-mouse game
Far be it from us to lecture journos on overreacting but cripes – calm down
Facebook hits the acqui-hire button to boost its instant-messaging assistant
Goal is 'Level 5', where vehicle reacts like human-driven one
DEF CON I’d like to remind them that as a trusted TV personality, I can be helpful in rounding...
Real savings on artificial intelligence
Building a team to build your machine smarts
RSA reckons crooks know predictability equals death
Analysis Simple model reaches 75% accuracy
Stop saying it’s scary, Elon, pleads Zuck. You’re an idiot, replies Musk
Waste money in the airport, or save money with us...your choice
With three different forms of Chinese spoken across one mega-city, smartphone translation is essential
Using CPUs, GPUs, FPGAs and ASICS to make sense of AI
Google's machine-learning gurus see promise in simulated creativity
Artificial Intelligence? How the future was back in the '80s
Investors shove another $30m into Bristolian startup's mitts
We're assuming Chinese giant will use ARM in ML processors. It probably will, right?
Who owns all that valuable training info?
Rest assured, your personal software agent has been tested for loyalty
Prying open speech recognition
Analysis Boffins still turned off by iMaker's closed culture