AI ethics researcher Timnit Gebru says she was fired, but Google insists she left voluntarily
AI, software development, and fintech are the most popular sectors for Tech Talent visa holders
The system aims to help researchers understand the influence of environments in multi-agent reinforcement learning
The supercomputer will be the second most powerful in Japan and sixth most powerful worldwide
The company hopes its new tools will have an impact in the lead-up to US elections in November
App designed to safeguard children online was the result of two years' toil at AI's cutting edge, says product manager Jon Howard
IT leaders aren't ready to hand over security to a benevolent machine just yet, but their next purchase will probably have an AI label
AI is different. Contractual mistakes now could have critical and expensive consequences, both in terms of human health and business viability
AI technology can help British security community to strengthen efficiency and effectiveness of existing processes
The move will enable Sainsbury's to add the power of AI across multiple supply chain functions
The issue of deepfakes, as depicted in the BBC TV drama The Capture, is only going to get worse, warn Kemp Little's Joanna Conway and Oriana Williams
VMware wants to add Nyansa's AI and machine learning capabilities to its security and network portfolio
There is no question in my mind that artificial intelligence needs to be regulated - Sundar Pichai
The AI & ML Awards separate the great from the good. Does your company have what it takes?
Early detection of breast cancer currently remains a big challenge for specialists
Intel's Habana acquisition intended to accelerate its efforts in the AI chip market
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'