Microsoft is experimenting with inserting small Word doc jobs into people’s Facebook feeds, letting them get work done while trying to procrastinate.
The company’s new facial-recognition service comes with limitations to prevent abuse, which sometimes lets competitors take the lead.
An innovative chip from Graphcore could push artificial intelligence applications to greater heights.
Tech giants can access all of your personal medical details under existing health privacy laws. The question is how else that data might get used.
Microsoft’s $10 billion Pentagon contract puts the independent artificial-intelligence lab OpenAI in an awkward position.
For the second year in a row, researchers from the developing world have been denied visas to a major AI conference in Canada.
At WIRED25, the startup founder talks about her “new privacy paradigm” and how it could protect personal data, and keep it anonymous.
It also warns that AI-enhanced national security apparatus like autonomous weapons and surveillance systems will raise ethical questions.