Article written by Nigel Mulligan, Assistant Professor in Psychotherapy, School of Nursing, Psychotherapy and Community Health, Dublin City University We all experience loss and grief. Imagine, though, that you don’t need to say goodbye to your loved ones. That you ...

It’s a question that has surfaced at the discussion tables of conferences and social chats everywhere-“Can machines turn on humans?”. It’s a question that often accompanies scenes and visuals from movies like the Terminator. But what we know and what ...

The first mover argument is a well-known hypothesis in economic circles that stresses on the need for being the first to utilize a highly disruptive technology. Being the first user for any highly developed technology will be the determining factor ...

Remember the Aibo? It was Sony’s robot pet dog, and for years in the early 2000s, captured imaginations for being one of the most advanced robot pets on the market. The Aibo was first released in 1999, but was sadly halted ...

When MIT successfully created AI that can diagnose skin cancer it was a massive step in the right direction for medical science. A neural-network can process huge amounts of data. More data means better research, more accurate diagnosis, and the potential to save ...

Artificial intelligence is generating a lot of deserved attention for ushering in wide-ranging changes not only in tech but in many aspects of life. Like the Internet, AI is poised to change the way we live our lives and how ...

Arenas are increasingly becoming high-tech affairs, from super-fast Wi-Fi to the massive displays that keep fans apprised of the action. But as Bloomberg reports, the Indiana Pacers and a startup called WaitTime are teaming up to battle a major gametime ...

We already knew that the company behind the voice assistant Siri, who lives in your iPhone, this week will present to the world a new generation of AI voice assistant called Viv. Late last night Dag Kittlaus and Adam Chier ...