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by Joe McCormick | Apr 24, 2015
The flip side of artificial intelligence is that it will be harder for us to be sure the person we're talking to is actually a person. Are there tricks to spotting a bot on the web?
by Joe McCormick | Apr 3, 2015
Jonathan, Joe and Lauren answer a listener mail request. Could we use robots as avatars while we explore distant locations, even across the galaxy?
by Joe McCormick | Apr 1, 2015
Last night, the Singularity arrived! Joe, Lauren and Jonathan talk about what we got right, what we got wrong and when to expect your next software patch.
by Joe McCormick | Mar 4, 2015
As machine intelligence becomes more complex, our machines will increasingly behave in ways that surprise us. What happens when one of them does something that we find socially, legally or even morally unacceptable?
by Joe McCormick | Dec 10, 2014
Are robots going to take our jobs? Will we just get new jobs? And will it be a smooth transition?
by Joe McCormick | Dec 5, 2014
Building robots is hard. What if we just created an army of cyborg cockroaches? Guess what? We are!
by Joe McCormick | Nov 28, 2014
Why is it so hard to teach a computer to understand complex scenes in pictures? We look at the problem and how computer scientists are solving it.
by Jonathan Strickland | Oct 30, 2014
by Joe McCormick | Jul 18, 2014
Should we come up with an alternative to the Turing Test for machine intelligence? We take a look at the test and what it means to AI.
by Jonathan Strickland | Jun 16, 2014
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