Data challenges must first be tackled before businesses can successfully deploy AI.
I have been a huge science fiction fan as long as I can remember, and a recurring theme in both science fiction literature and movies is the creation of artificial intelligence. However, the subject is becoming increasingly more science and less fiction. Read More
Between the portal to hell opening in our comments section, Elon Musk’s AI demons, and metallic 3D printed guns, it’s been a scary Halloween week here at TechCrunch. We give you our best stories of the week (10/25-10/31). 1. During an interview at an MIT symposium,
The Singularity is coming soon! Artificial intelligences will reinvent everything, and there will be unlimited rice pudding. Except, of course, that when we imagine artificial intelligences in fiction, they’re often not that smart. Case in point?
Many of us, owing to an intuitive sense of where technological and social progress are taking us, have a preconceived notion of what the future will look like. But as history has continually shown, the future doesn't always go according to plan.
Bulletstorm and The Vanishing of Ethan Carter lead Adrian Chmielarz recently confessed that he liked the idea of survival games more than any survival games he actually played. I feel similarly, but his remark got me thinking about why that might be. Read more...
One of the best parts of science fiction and fantasy books is that they let our minds go to places where reality can’t follow. Recently creators have taken an interest in visually showing us these impossible places, and we love it. Here are 10 books that we think can’t be put on film,
Founded in 1958 to prevent technological surprises such as Sputnik, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency funds projects that are both outside the box and off the wall. Although DARPA gave us the Internet and GPS, plenty of its blue-sky ideas have crashed back down to Earth.
The rise of mobile broadband, commodity sensors, smartphone-based companion apps, virtualized manufacturing and supply chain, crowdfunding, and nimble design have converged to make wearables mainstream. With the category now validated as a strategic hotspot for all major corporations and platforms,
For one year, Mork and Mindy was arguably the most successful science fiction TV show ever made. The comedy about an alien and his human best friend turned Robin Williams into a global sensation. How did this miracle happen, and why didn’t it last? To find out,
A powerful and eye-catching device, but is it enough of a step up from previous generations?
More and more organisations are allowing employees to bring their own devices for work.
Software giant adds AI cyber security tools to its portfolio.
Two-factor authentication codes were also exposed in Voxox leak.
Report uncovers worrying security flaws in popular products.
Neil Harvey, CTO at Kirona, discusses how employee-buy in can motivate workforces and drive successful digital transformation projects.
Hackers are pushing bots aside as they roll up their sleeves.
Browsers and browser users are the new OS that need increased protection in order to stop phishing that leads to breaches and other damage.
Businesses across the globe, from the UK to the US and Japan, are all facing a data skills gap crisis.
Data breach was one of 800-strong campaign, report finds.
Chinese electronics firm Oppo has pulled ahead in the race for the world's thinnest smartphone by launching the Oppo R5 handset with a thickness of just 4.85mm.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/10/29/oppo-r5-unveiled-worlds-thinnest-smartphone/
微软今天正式发布首款 Microsoft Lumia 品牌设备：Lumia 535。从命名不难看出这是一部低端设备，主要面向新兴市场。
Apple Watch 让很多人感到惊艳，其中不乏时尚人士以及知名设计师。但同时，也有一些人对 Apple Watch 嗤之以鼻，认为这是一款失败的产品。
Weeks into their government standoff at a federal wildlife refuge in eastern Oregon,
February was Earth's most unusually hot month on record, blowing away the record that had been set just one month prior. The new findings, contained in preliminary data released Saturday by NASA and backed up by information from other research groups,