Is it possible to build machines that can detect and interpret smells? And if so, what would the applications be?
For the most part, while people love and adore handmade goods, their enthusiasm for machine made goods (save phones, perhaps) is far less. Why is that so? And is there really the difference between the two?
In ten years, some predict, everyone will be using self-driving cars. But rushing to get the vehicles on the road might present more problems that it might seem.
Microsoft demonstrated that with Tay, their deep learning AI chat bot that began tweeting racist comments after receiving messages from online trolls.
As robots become increasingly advanced, they will take more and more of our jobs. But should we be worried?
Who should a self-driving car try to protect first and foremost in a car accident?
We as people need to decide how to react to robots as they are slowly integrated into society.
As much as they are cool, are autonomous cars really the vehicle of the future?
Increasing robot intelligence and rights will put them in conflict with humans.
Learn how chip implants and self driving vehicles make a dangerous combination.