We're at "the beginning" of human jobs being replaced by robots, one analyst says.
Stories by Sharon Gaudin
Starship Technologies, a company that builds autonomous delivery robots, has signed deals with two meal delivery companies set to launch as soon as next month.
A third of the way through the latest man-vs.-machine poker tournament, the A.I. system is winning handily.
While many of the jobs will be in warehouses, Amazon said the company will be looking for engineers and software developers in such areas as cloud computing and machine learning.
The families of three Americans killed in ISIS terror attacks are suing Twitter for allegedly knowingly providing support for the terrorist group and acting as a "powerful weapon for terrorism."
A Japanese insurance company reportedly is replacing 34 workers with an artificial intelligence system, and industry analysts say the same could start happening in the U.S. this year.
Four of the world's best professional poker players are about to take on an artificial intelligence system in what's being called an "epic rematch" to find out if machines can outplay humans.
Analysts expect more A.I.-powered apps, smarter personal assistants and, of course, smart vehicles.
With Twitter struggling to fuel its user and financial growth, the strain may be showing as several top executives head out the door.
Not all appliances are smart or connected, and even those that are have different interfaces, which made coding difficult, Zuckerberg said.
Now that Google has turned its autonomous car research project into a business, the company unveiled a different kind of driverless car that is being road tested.
John Krafcik, CEO of Google's Self-Driving Car Project, announced that the company's effort to build and test a driverless car has gone from a research project to a business.
Facebook executives are showing off new features and technologies that could be added to the social network next year.
The new service is designed to be a fully managed data catalog and ETL (extract, transform, load) system.
Amazon Web Services CEO Andy Jassy announced three artificial intelligence services that will be available to enterprise users this year, with more expected in 2017.