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01.20.16
Werner Herzog AI documentary to debut at Sundance
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Werner Herzog AI documentary to debut at Sundance

"Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World" tackles artificial intelligence and robots.

By B. Steele,   01.20.16
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01.14.16
Even your academic advisor might one day be a robot
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Even your academic advisor might one day be a robot

IBM's new AI system will help you survive college.

By M. Lalwani,   01.14.16
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01.08.16
Sex-robot maker says you probably won't own his machines
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Sex-robot maker says you probably won't own his machines

Don't believe the hype. RealDoll's Matt McMullen says this isn't a mass-market product.

By C. Trout,   01.08.16
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01.07.16
Apple buys AI firm that detects emotions in facial cues

Apple buys AI firm that detects emotions in facial cues

Apple's acquisition of Emotient hints at devices that understand how you're feeling.

By J. Fingas,   01.07.16
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01.03.16
Mark Zuckerberg is writing his own AI assistant
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Mark Zuckerberg is writing his own AI assistant

The Facebook CEO wants a software helper around the house.

By J. Fingas,   01.03.16
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12.29.15
Microsoft's Xiaoice AI becomes the first live TV weather host
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Microsoft's Xiaoice AI becomes the first live TV weather host

The chat-bot already interacts with 250,000+ fans on messaging service Line.

By M. Brian,   12.29.15
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12.22.15
Google is reportedly making an AI-powered chat assistant
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Google is reportedly making an AI-powered chat assistant

The search giant could soon have an answer to Facebook's 'M.'

By J. Fingas,   12.22.15
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12.12.15
Recommended Reading: The story of 'The Father of Video Games'
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Recommended Reading: The story of 'The Father of Video Games'

Recommended Reading highlights the best long-form writing on technology and more in print and on the web.

By B. Steele,   12.12.15
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12.12.15
Lie detection software learns from real court cases
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Lie detection software learns from real court cases

Humans were only accurate half the time, but the computer was up to 75 percent accurate.

By R. Lawler,   12.12.15
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