Recent and archived articles by Jeremy Kahn
Although Facebook Inc doesn’t sell robots, its researchers use plenty of them – and the company said its machines are getting a lot smarter, a lot faster.
Dutch company Wolters Kluwer NV makes the software on which many of the world’s small and mid-sized accounting firms run.
Scrappy online financial startups have spent the past few years building buzz, backing and the beginnings of a customer base.
One of Facebook Inc’s biggest issues in trying to stop the spread of fake news on its platform is being able to train its algorithms on good examples of truth and falsehoods.
The UK’s cybersecurity agency said it won’t automatically share information about data breaches with the country’s data privacy regulator.
Grocers, alarmed at Amazon.com Inc’s rapid growth in Europe, are considering fighting back with the help of a tiny Portuguese startup.
Google recently appointed an external ethics council to deal with tricky issues in artificial intelligence. The group is meant to help the company appease critics while still pursuing lucrative cloud computing deals.
YouTube has tried to keep violent and hateful videos off its service for years. The Google unit hired thousands of human moderators and put some of the best minds in artificial intelligence on the problem.
Facebook Inc’s chief AI researcher has suggested the company is working on a new class of semiconductor that would work very differently than most existing designs.
The venture capital arms of Alphabet Inc’s Google and Salesforce.com Inc are investing in UK payments startup GoCardless, which has raised an additional US$75mil (RM306.41mil) to fund expansion.