Prof Noel Sharkey says existing decision algorithms are "infected with biases"
With growing interest in AI, Computing Delta predicts customer relationship management will catch up with other enterprise IT systems in 2020
China's public spending on AI research is probably far less than previously assumed
Von der Leyen said that Europe "set the pattern for the world" the GDPR, and "we have to do the same with artificial intelligence"
Organisations must also ensure that their use of AI is transparent and accountable
Withers & Rogers' Karl Barnfather examines the European Patent Office's 'Guidelines for Examination', which took effect on 1st November
AI companies have raised millions of dollars in funding from investors - but their technology isn't really artificial intelligence
'We don't have a very diverse set of people working in AI and I think that's worrying and needs to be addressed'
What practical steps can be taken to drive ethical, unbiased AI use in the public sector?
No need to take the red pill just yet says PagerDuty's Steve Barrett
Legal case filed by the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants will force the UK Home Office to explain how its AI system actually works
Google researchers used a data set of about 5,000 molecules, identified and described by perfume makers, as a benchmark for their experiment
Disciplines are becoming more specialised at a time when global challenges have become more complex. Solving them may require the non-linear calculations that only quantum computing can provide, says Professor Peter Cochrane
Some clips also show intimate moments of Cloud Cam users
Garry Kasparov: Look again at Terminator - it's about humans making an alliance with older machines, and winning
Don't worry about apocalyptic, Terminator-style AI fears - everything will be fine in the end, says Kasparov at today's DTExpo
Many businesses could be transformed by the strategic adoption of APIs, cloud services, artificial intelligence and big data
Co-founder of Stemettes offers strategic advice at the Women in Tech Festival
Laura Nolan, who resigned from Google last year over military drone project, warns over 'killer robots'
The manager heard familiar voice patterns of his boss and suspected nothing in the call
Wouldn't it be great if you could remember everything you ever learnt, saw or heard? Actually, it wouldn't, writes Professor Peter Cochrane
Facebook has already started using Intel's new 'Spring Hill' AI chip, according to Intel
Bots are a win-win-win for customers, sales and staff, insists customer lifecycle manager Louise McCormack
Forget Asimov's 'Three Laws of Robotics', robots will almost certainly go off the rails at some point in the future - but they still won't be as bad as human beings
Facebook hired contractors to listen-in and transcribe Messenger voice chats to check its AI algorithms were accurately interpreting audio snippets