CEO of SpaceX and Tesla suggests super-intelligent machines might one day decide the solution to spam is a world devoid of humans.
On today's show, we check out a new digital tattoo prototype that goes under your skin, a virtual reality glove for Oculus, and a smart new AI named "Amelia." Oh, and we explain why you shouldn't break the iPhones at the Apple store (or any phones at any store, for that matter).
The company behind the design of Fitbit (and other products) has unveiled a concept for a digital tattoo with a changing face. There are a couple caveats though: it's still a prototype, and if it ever did exist, you'd have to get it implanted under your skin. Are you game?
An experiment to create a realistic artificial intelligence consists of a virtual child that interacts with humans and learns in real-time.
OTOY revealed holographic video technology that looks just like peering through a window, and Ashley and Mike decide they can't wait for their new holodecks to be installed. How would you like to see holographic technology applied in your everyday life?
On today's show, holographic video gets closer to commercial use, the creators of Siri unveil a new AI named "Viv," and an astronaut in space pilots a rover on Earth.
The entrepreneur has used technology to reshape payments, electric cars and space travel, but he's still really worried about what could happen if tech gets super-smart.
In a hilarious appearance on John Oliver's HBO show, the famous physicist muses that robots could "outsmart us."
Wielding your own leg like a gun is the latest hot thing for selfies -- started by Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei.
A chatbot pretending to be a 13-year-old boy recently passed the famous artificial intelligence test, its creators claim. But does Turing's test really tell us anything about AI?