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.
Facial recognition can unlock devices like computers and phones by recognizing a human face the same way another human would.
Microsoft to become NBA's official artificial intelligence, cloud and laptop partner.
John?Catsimatidis?recently used artificial intelligence to do a background search on his daughter's?date.
Tech and medical experts say artificial-intelligence technology holds the key to preventing potential virus pandemics and outbreaks like novel coronavirus.
An Apple spokesperson said Clearview violated one of its rules.
The Vatican is calling for the ethical development and regulation of AI to to stay ahead of the curve on technology.
Eight people sued Tesla in January over "sudden un-commanded acceleration."
Early warnings of disease outbreaks can help people and governments save lives.
Europe's focus on regulating tech comes after?France agreed to delay?imposing?a 3 percent digital tax.
L’Oreal, one of the largest cosmetics companies in the world, is not feeling as much pain from the coronavirus, in part because it tries to manufacture where it sells.
The Trump administration wants Congress to double spending on AI R&D funding from $973 million to nearly $2 billion by 2022 and to double spending on quantum information sciences spending to $860 million within two years.
Facebook denies any wrongdoing.
Individual investors and small investment firms have stepped in to fund emerging efforts around cleantech.
Sundar Pichai’s comments come as lawmakers and governments seriously consider putting limits on how artificial intelligence is used.
Intel CEO Robert Swan told FOX Business' Jack Otter that world is a decade away.