A TEDtalks discussion shares a vision that flips the current hands-on training story into one of distributed, machine-enhanced mentorship that takes full advantage of AI's amazing capabilities while enhancing our skills at the same time.
2:05: a robot that answers voice queries. 16:20: Google’s microphone on the Nest Secure system and more. 29:57: Emoji is living a complicated life of misinterpretation in courtrooms. 42:50: a first look at the new Samsung Galaxy S10+.
Barsys is a machine that can automatically make a wide variety of cocktails, pouring proper proportions quickly and look good doing it. But can it make a better drink than a human mixologist? It’s man versus machine.
India has the 2nd largest population of any country in the world -- yet it has only 50 decent bookstores, Find out how one woman is tapping into India's smartphone revolution to create a new generation of readers and writers.
1:54 GM and Amazon have invested in an electric truck company. 16:23 People in the US spent $79 on iOS apps this year. 31:22 How automated lights can improve your health. 48:55 Dating apps are leaking your data and more.
A new Netflix documentary highlight's the Cambridge Analytica scandal, prisoners in the US are being subjected to mandatory voice prints, a new book explores our devices as always-on digital companions and where it leads.
On the one hand, artificial intelligence (AI) clearly has the capacity to improve lives in pretty much every aspect, from energy to medical to smart cities; on the other end it could fundamentally change who we are as humans. Explore.