The iPhone maker’s purchase of startup Xnor.ai is the latest move toward a trend of computing on the “edge,” rather than in the cloud.
He sees pools of data as raw material for visualizations that he calls a new kind of “sculpture.”
California’s new privacy law has spurred a torrent of online notices. But the law is also forcing changes offline, in traditional stores.
In a WIRED Q&A, the US chief technology officer warns against overregulating tech, underestimating the Chinese, and losing America’s lead in quantum computing.
New artificial intelligence techniques can spot patterns not only in 2D images but on spheres and other curved surfaces, lifting AI out of “flatland.”
As restrictions intensify, it will become more difficult for American companies to maintain labs in the talent-rich country.
The platform has a plan to deal with tomorrow’s disinformation. But what about today’s?