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Stephen Hawking, Elon Musk, Steve Wozniak and over 1,000 AI researchers co-signed an open letter to ban killer robots

More than a thousand artificial intelligence researchers just co-signed an open letter urging the United Nations to ban the development and use of autonomous weapons. The letter was presented this week at the 2015 International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Show More Summary

Open letter pettitions UN to ban the development on weaponized AI

1 hour agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

The Future of Life Institute has presented an open letter signed by over 1,000 robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) researchers urging the United Nations to impose a ban on the development of weaponized AI with the capability to target and kill without meaningful human intervention. Show More Summary

Why businesses need to watch out for the Internet of Things

10 hours agoUtilities / Energy : Smart Grid

Intelligent devices and their ever-growing network encompassing our daily lives have emerged as a Utopian idea for our tech-savvy generation. As predicted by research firm IDC, by 2020 there will be over 28 billion objects with data exchange capabilities. Internet of Things (IoT) is already on its  way to become the next big tech trend. Its […]

Neural efficiency hypothesis confirmed

One of the big questions intelligence researchers grapple with is just how differences in intelligence are reflected in the human brain. Researchers have succeeded in studying further details relating to suspected functional differences in the brains of intelligent people. Show More Summary

Elon Musk, Stephen Hawking, and thousands of AI researchers just issued a dire warning about killer robots

More than a thousand artificial intelligence researchers have co-signed an open letter calling for a ban on autonomous weapons, or "killer robots." As The Verge reports, they have been joined by hundreds more sympathetic signatoriesShow More Summary

Researchers have developed a computer can that identify these sketches better than a human

Although artificial neural networks are getting a lot more intelligent very quickly (Google's AI even has incredibly trippy dreams), one limitation has been that most of these systems are designed to recognise photos rather than hand drawings. Show More Summary

Robots, Hydrogen and Smart Tech, Oh My

Toyota, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC) and SPARX Group are considering funding research in the fields of intelligent technology, robotics, and hydrogen-related technologies. The companies have signed a memorandum of understanding...Show More Summary

Deep Dream Steelhead

4 days agoHobbies / Fishing : Moldy Chum

Google's "Deep Dream" is a research experiment that uses artificial intelligence to convert everyday photos into an acid trip. Make your own.

Could camouflage be the secret to success in football?

While use of camouflage and intelligent color have proven to be vital in the army for more than a century, football kit colors are still not acknowledged as a possible success factor, new research concludes.

Here's what happened in e-commerce this week (AMZN, FB, BABA)

Happy Weekend! E-commerce Weekender is a collection of our favorite e-commerce news of the week from BI Intelligence, Business Insider’s paid research service. LUXURY RETAIL IS MOVING ONLINE IN CHINA: Luxury brands and products are shifting their focus to online retail sites in China. Show More Summary

Here's what happened in internet of things this week (INTC, AAPL)

Happy Weekend! IoT Weekender is a collection of our favorite internet of things news of the week from BI Intelligence, Business Insider’s paid research service. M2M CONNECTIONS IN CHINA TO REACH 336 MILLION BY 2020: Last year, ChinaShow More Summary

Here's what happened in payments this week (PYPL)

Happy Weekend! Payments Weekender is a collection of our favorite digital media news of the week from BI Intelligence, Business Insider’s paid research service. A FINAL LOOK AT PAYPAL AS PART OF EBAY: PayPal will officially spin offShow More Summary

Here's what happened in digital media this week (TWC, CMCSA, TWTR, GOOG)

Happy Weekend! Digital Media Weekender is a collection of our favorite digital media news of the week from BI Intelligence, Business Insider’s paid research service. CABLE NETWORKS EMBRACE STREAMING AND 'SKINNY BUNDLES' TO CURB SUBSCRIBER...Show More Summary

Here's what happened in mobile this week (INTC, MSFT)

Happy Weekend! Mobile Weekender is a collection of our favorite mobile news of the week from BI Intelligence, Business Insider’s paid research service. INTERNET OF THINGS AND DATA CENTERS LIFT INTEL IN Q2: US chipmaker Intel has historically relied on sales of its PC processors to generate the lion's share of its revenue. Show More Summary

Machines on the rise

Artificial intelligence (AI) has given rise to machines that can match humans at chess, rival them in the stock market, and aid them in the clinic. But researchers' ultimate goal is to create a well-rounded, human-like computer program -- an aspiration that raises many questions and poses a wide range of challenges. Show More Summary

How to figure out if you're smart

While it may be tough to objectively measure how smart someone is, researchers have pinpointed some pretty interesting traits that appear to indicate intelligence. Produced by Alex Kuzoian. Illustrations by Mike Nudelman. Follow BI Video: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »

How Google and cats rekindled the research into Artificial Intelligence (GOOG)

Artificial Intelligence may seem like a buzzword now, but for decades it wasn't considered all that interesting by those in the field. In fact, though there were a few scientists working tirelessly for decades on neural network projects,...Show More Summary

You need this hole in the head -- to be smart

Researchers have shown that intelligence in animal species can be estimated by the size of the holes in the skull through which the arteries pass.

The key to agile data science: experimentation

I lead a research team of data scientists responsible for discovering insights that lead to market and competitive intelligence for our company, Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC). We are a busy group. We get questions from all different areas of the …

Why the Apple Watch is no flop, and why Apple isn’t even breaking a sweat over early sales

Earlier this week, the research firm Slice Intelligence disclosed that cumulative Apple Watch sales likely fall somewhere in the 3 million unit range. Moreover, Slice Intelligence just one week earlier revealed that Apple Watch sales have dropped by an astounding 90% since the device first went on sale back in April. Show More Summary

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