Jeff Clune wants to design an "innovation engine."
"It's powered by artificial intelligence that's trained and supervised by people."
A new system offers an automated way of reusing ("transplanting") existing code into new projects.
Somewhere above Micronesia, Smarti is supposed to be analyzing planetary data. Instead, she's writing haikus and starting to get paranoid.
A former hedge fund algo trader is trying to bring machine learning techniques from research to the real world.
In the future, we'll be able to use lifelike "alters" to stand in for us at work and social events. Just be sure to note the expiration policy.
We're rooting for the Kimberley Aborigines.
Tomorrow's prostitutes won't just let johns spend time with their bodies—they'll let them take full control of it. And some want much more than sex.
We should probably be arguing about war itself and not hypothetical future war technologies.
An exhibition coinciding with an AI conference shows the creative side of artificial intelligence.