As California copes with one of its worst wildfire seasons on record, PG&E Corp. and other major utility companies are investigating how artificial intelligence might reduce the risk of future conflagrations.
A Southern California seventh grader and his mother have tricked an online learning platform into giving him 100% grades.
The White House on Wednesday announced more than $1 billion in new funding for AI and quantum research.
The robots aren't replacing any humans, but they do help ease hotel guests' concerns in the middle of coronavirus.
AAA is recommending companies limit use of self-driving systems after conducting two tests that found such automation isn't always reliable.
Shanghai Zhizhen Network Technology Co. -- also known as Xiao-i -- announced it is suing Apple for 10 billion yuan ($1.43 billion) in damages in Shanghai court after the Chinese company recently acquired a patent for a voice assistant whose technical architecture is said to be similar to Siri's.
AI technology essentially does three things for the clinical trial process: Makes it faster, more reliable and more secure.
Prosecutors are seeking 27 months imprisonment for the former head of Uber's self-driving unit for taking sensitive documents from Google.
Keen is a Google-owned app that operates similarly to image-sharing website Pinterest.
Facebook has agreed to pay an extra $100 million to settle an Illinois lawsuit against its use of facial recognition technology.
DefinedCrowd's Chief Executive Daniela Braga is one of more than two dozen entrepreneurs, investors and deal advisers who said Amazon appeared to use the investment and deal-making process to help develop competing products.
Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt is leading an initiative to launch a federally funded tech college to train future civil servants.
Miso Robotics has released a robotic assistant that flips burgers and fries, and can handle the heat of a full-service kitchen.
Microsoft will join competitors Amazon and IBM in halting the sale of its facial recognition technology for police use.
America's largest grocery retailer is aiming to reach more customers as part of a new ecommerce push.
Walmart employees are frustrated with flaws in the company's AI technology that is supposed to catch potential shoplifters.
Google will not create custom AI for oil and gas companies after pushback.
One hour of an IT outage can cost as much as $250,000, IBM CEO Arvind Krishna said.
IBM CEO Arvind Krishna said the company is not looking to break up and will not cut its 5% dividend.
DroneUp and UPS are teaming up to potentially deliver coronavirus medical supplies via drone.