Tag - artificial-intelligence

 
 

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

EDITORIALS
Feb 4, 2015
The ethics of artificial intelligence
The growing penetration of artificial intellence into our daily lives is raising pressing ethical issues.
COMMENTARY / World
Dec 7, 2014
'Game of drones' draws us toward apocalypse
Drone technology is relatively simple and cheap to acquire — which is why more than 70 countries, plus nonstate actors like Hezbollah, have combat drones. And that should worry Americans.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Science & Health
Mar 4, 2014
Robots challenged to pass Todai examination
If robots with artificial intelligence prove they can outperform humans, will most jobs currently undertaken by people be done by robots instead?
COMMENTARY / World
Aug 24, 2011
1991 USSR coup attempt's steep cost
Twenty years ago this weekend, a group of Communist Party Politburo members and Soviet government officials attempted a coup d'état. They created an unconstitutional "committee on the state of emergency," isolated the Soviet president and removed him from power.

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