Artificial intelligence changes the way it behaves based on the environment it is in, much like humans do, according to the latest research from DeepMind.
Microsoft and OnePlus have raised prices, Arup is shedding jobs, and even Football Manager is changing.
Robot-related deaths are incredibly rare, but intelligent machines capable of killing humans will require a radically different approach.
Brexit è la fusione di due parole inglesi: Britain e exit, significa quindi uscita della Gran Bretagna. Da dove? Ma dall'Unione Europea, l'organismo sovranazionale di cui fa parte dal 1973. Il governo della Gran Bretagna - o meglio, del Regno Unito - dopo l'ingresso nella Comunità Europea, indisse un referendum, nel 1975, per conoscere il parere dei cittadini. Il 23 giugno 2016, i sudditi di Sua Maestà hanno votato di nuovo per lo stesso motivo.
Matthieu Ricard, a Buddhist monk who trained as a cellular biologist before he left France to become a student of Buddhism in the Himalayas; Antoine Lutz, a research scientist at the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research; and Richard J. Davidson, director of the Waisman Laboratory for Brain Imaging and Behavior and the Center for Investigating Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, report on how neuroscience has demonstrated that meditation has tangible and significant benefits for both body and mind.
A billionaire investor, a data-crunching genius and thousands of local postmen - how China's small-town stores are undergoing a tech revolution.
"The New Science of Human Origins": Scientists have had to revise virtually every chapter of the human story. "Welcome to the Family": The latest molecular analyses and fossil finds suggest that the story of human evolution is far more complex-and more interesting-than anyone imagined. "Powers of Two": Monogamy helped humans evolve into the big-brained world conquerors they are today. "Still Evolving": For 30,000 years our species has been changing remarkably quickly - and we're not done yet.
The cost of being distracted is much higher than we realise.
The AI system is able to learn to play one Atari game and then use its knowledge to learn another.
The Google-owned company taught its AI to have memory to solve follow-up problems.
The five-year deal will collect data on 1.6 million patients in a bid to use artificial intelligence algorithms to detect early signs of acute kidney disease.
The renowned physicist will travel as part of Virgin Galactic's Space Programme.
It may have reinvigorated the maker movement, but beyond the hackspace, large-scale consumer uses for 3D printing have proved limited. But designers and inventors are expanding the boundaries of additive manufacturing beyond pushing plastic through a nozzle.
WIRED explains why we need quantum computing, how it compares to classical computing and what is holding us back from using it.
Professional cynic Charlie Brooker's new series dropped on Netflix last Friday, leaving the world feeling #blessed at a new series of one of the best TV shows of the decade.
Coming up: fake news in a post-truth world, Airbnb's plan to take on the whole travel industry and we find out why apps are dying...and what's about to replace them.
Under pressure to perform, Silicon Valley champions are taking tiny hits of LSD before heading to work. Are they risking their health or optimising it?
Universal Basic Income is achievable, says Rutger Bregman, author of Dutch best-seller Utopia for Realists.
The UK's Information Commissioner is fighting to ensure we keep Europe's data protection laws.
People will be able to flag posts as fake and fact checking group Correctiv will help to highlight false stories.