WEF concluded that “Fourth Industrial Revolution” could create 133 million jobs globally, 75 million workers may be displaced.
LinkedIn, the professional social networking site owned by Microsoft plans open its vast trove of data to academic researchers.
There’s one surefire shortcut to getting self-driving cars on the streets sooner: persuade pedestrians to behave less erratically.
European IPOs May Shake Off Sluggish Start With a Fall Bonanza
Europe, as ever, continues its reign as the globe’s consumer-tech underachiever.
The Promise and Perils of AI Medical Care
DeepMind plans to develop a medical product that will help doctors to detect more than 50 sight-threatening conditions.
All the Things Satellites Can Now See From Space
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Facebook Is Relying on Robotics to Lure AI Researchers
AI software decodes how some technology companies might be breaking the EU’s new data privacy law.
Why Quantum Computers Will Be Super Awesome, Someday
Babylon Health’s software beats doctors in diagnostic tests, but barriers to its acceptance remain formidable.
Europe Gets Another Giant VC Fund to Keep U.S. Investors at Bay
Game success is step toward tackling complexity of real world.
A Danish company can help 911 operators better diagnose cardiac arrest.
Silicon Valley Law Firm Opens London Office for U.K. Tech
IBM's Debating AI Is Here to Convince You That You're Wrong
Alphabet's DeepMind Should Clarify Business Model, Panel Says
Accenture Unveils Tool to Help Companies Insure Their AI Is Fair
Rental Property Site Spotahome Gets $40 Million for Expansion