Scientists have developed new technology that uses artificial intelligence to track eye movements and determine someone’s personality type.
Watching football in 3D from the comfort of your own home may still be a distant dream, but a team of US researchers have found a way to create hologram-style reconstructions of some videos.
Scientists in Germany, France and the US have trained a convolutional neural network (CNN) to identify skin cancer by showing it more than 100,000 images of malignant melanomas and benign moles.
A robot programmed to give motivational interviews – a counselling method designed to support positive behavioural changes – has “pleasantly surprised” researchers by showing early positive results.
Pinterest is testing a new search feature that allows users to narrow their search results by skin tone range.
Artificial intelligence and predictive text software have been used to create a new fairy tale inspired by the work of the Brothers Grimm.
Artificial intelligence can do a lot of things these days – from identifying people with depression by scanning their Instagram posts to almost accurately predicting which embryos will result in IVF success.
Amazon’s first physical grocery store – which has no check-outs – is finally opening its doors to the public.
Artificial intelligence is being used on emergency service calls in Denmark to help spot signs of cardiac arrest.
Google has found a novel way of making an educational tool go viral – by adding a selfie feature to its free Arts and Culture app.
Artificial intelligence could one day be writing movie screenplays after researchers trained machines to understand emotional arcs in movies.
Scientists have developed a system that can design new clothes based on people’s personal taste using artificial intelligence (AI).
Artificial intelligence systems have been shown to be better than humans at many things – from spotting cancer on tissue slides to mastering the ancient Chinese game Go – but when it comes to drone racing, humans still rule. For now.
The artificial intelligence used to sort photos on the iPhone has caused minor panic among some Twitter users.
Ever wondered what your 3D selfie would look like? Well now you can, thanks to a group of computer scientists in the UK.
Google Assistant, the tech giant’s artificial intelligence-powered virtual assistant, has launched as an app for iPhone users in the UK.