In a talk at a conference, Apple's head of artificial-intelligence research discussed projects for navigation and mapping that would be useful for self-driving cars.
Opinion: An FCC commissioner argues that the agency shouldn’t vote to dismantle the open internet until it probes how bots hacked the comment process.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the automaker is designing its own chip to run its self-driving software, to make its cars safer.
The FCC proposal to repeal net neutrality hinges on a claim that telecom companies have cut investment in new infrastructure. But several large internet providers have increased spending.
Some AI researchers are concerned by the field's power, and its ability to cause harm.
Justin Caldbeck has been reaching out to women who accused him of sexual harassment, and others who've talked about his case. Some recipients don't appreciate the effort.
Wickr takes center stage.
Survey by First Round Capital finds that 19 percent of founders think harassment has been overblown by the media; only 17 percent have formal plan for diversity and inclusion.
AlphaZero can teach itself to be the world's best at chess, Go, or Shogi in eight hours or less.
Tim Wu, who coined the phrase "net neutrality," says the FCC's proposal to revoke net neutrality rules ignores history and the law.
Facebook introduces Messenger Kids for 6-to-12-year olds who are too young for its main app. The apps is ad-free and includes parental controls, but critics say they're not adequate.
Highly paid players. Billionaire team owners. Dedicated fans. A major new league aims to bring videogame competition into the mainstream—and upend the world of sports.
That the 404 should have crossover appeal seems fitting. It’s also a reminder that technology, and the web in particular, is made by humans, and therefore fallible.
Harvey Weinstein and Bill O'Reilly settled multiple harassment claims, but the victims weren't allowed to talk. Lawyers have ideas to stop other serial harassers.
Opinion: FCC chair Ajit Pai’s move is an unprecedented giveaway to big broadband providers and a danger to the internet.
Google and Amazon create consulting units to help other businesses make use of artificial intelligence.
The Justice Department wants to block an AT&T merger, while the FCC is loosening restrictions on telecom, broadcast companies.
The sad story of the East Bay Times exemplifies how the decline of local news is hazardous to democracy.
Internet analyst Ben Thompson agrees with the FCC's plan to repeal Obama-era net-neutrality rules, but misinterprets some key facts in the debate.
When its first stateside Speedfactory opens in Atlanta, Adidas will be chasing the future of automated manufacturing in America, too.