US Military Backs Research into ‘Common Sense’ Artificial Intelligence

US Military Backs Research into ‘Common Sense’ Artificial Intelligence

Harnessing the power of artificial intelligence has proven to be useful in various fields for example in military activities. The...
Singapore Forms Council to Evaluate the Ethical Use of AI

Singapore Forms Council to Evaluate the Ethical Use of AI

Currently, the rate at which governments and companies are adopting and integrating artificial intelligence technologies into their operations is...
South Korea to Allocate $2.5 Billion to Fuel AI Leadership Ambitions

South Korea to Allocate $2.5 Billion to Fuel AI Leadership Ambitions

Recently, the ministry of science and ICT in South Korea unveiled a 2.2 trillion won ( $2.5 Billion)  budget...
Pentagon Expands Controversial AI Project Maven

Pentagon Expands Controversial AI Project Maven

In a show of support for artificial intelligence research, the Pentagon is looking forward to revealing its plans to...
One Chinese City Creates a $16 Billion AI Fund Dwarfing EU's Entire Investment of $1.8 Billion

One Chinese City Creates a $16 Billion AI Fund Dwarfing EU’s Entire Investment of $1.8 Billion

Looking at the recent innovations stemming from the adoption and development of new or emerging technologies such as artificial...
Microsoft, Google and Amazon to Attend Artificial Intelligence Summit at White House

Microsoft, Google and Amazon to Attend Artificial Intelligence Summit at White House

On this Thursday, the White House plans to host executives from Intel, Google, Facebook, Amazon and 34 other leading...
UK Joins the AI Race by Unveiling a $1.4 Billion Drive

UK Joins the AI Race by Unveiling a $1.4 Billion Investment

The UK government, Japanese venture capital, European telecoms firms and US technology giants have recently invested 1 billion pounds...
UK’s Facial Recognition Startup could be the Answer for Brexit’s Irish Border Issue

UK’s Facial Recognition Startup could be the Answer for Brexit’s Irish Border Issue

A facial recognition startup based in London held talks with the United Kingdom government regarding its usefulness in managing...
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