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As workers worldwide wrestle with the norms of home video conferences – the de facto meeting rooms of the coronavirus era – tensions are running particularly high in India. The country has grappled with what’s essentially the world’s biggest quarantine after the government issued stringent rules that have kept its 1.3 billion people largely contained at home.
If you worry that robots will render human workers obsolete, the coronavirus pandemic offers ample reason to worry more: Surely companies will take the opportunity to replace demanding, imperfect people with machines or artificial intelligence wherever possible.
It is heralded as the breakthrough to a brave new world of technology, but in the here and now, super-fast 5G networking has been pitting the United States against China.
Facial-recognition technology has become embedded in China, from airports to hotels, e-commerce sites and even public toilets, but a law professor had enough when asked to scan his face at a safari park.
Alexa, how do I become a healthcare player?
A study presented at an international cardiology conference in Portugal found that artificial intelligence can already do a better job than humans of calculating a person's risk of death.
Global automakers are positioning for a brave new world of on-demand transport that will require a car of the future – hyper-connected, autonomous, and shared – and China may become the concept’s laboratory.
For a while now The Hubby and I have been debating the purchase of a voice-activated smart speaker, not because we need it but because so many people we know have one.
At a time when a slowing global economy is seen as a threat to Portugal's growth, the country is betting on a new artificial intelligence platform to help companies boost their exports.