Sixty years after the term "artificial intelligence" was coined, AI is starting to take its place alongside people.
It's a win for campaigners challenging Home Office use of the algorithm, which for the past five years has been helping decide whether people are granted visas.
What we still don't know about the coronavirus pandemic six months in, why Huawei is in an impossible spot and how 5G will change the way we play games.
Generation China is a CNET series about how the country is staking out positions in big areas of tech, from 5G to social media, with players like Huawei and TikTok.
MIT and Mozilla want people to better understand the disturbing power of deepfake videos in a new project called In Event of Moon Disaster.
A new Google machine learning tool shows that pictogram symbols of yore were pretty similar to emojis of today.
It's hard to know what to do with 360 footage, but maybe AI can fix that problem. I took the Insta360 One R to the skate park and let it edit my footage for me.
Fabricius aims to use machine learning to help out Egyptologists.
How subzero storage could be your ticket to a second life; the myth behind the US-China AI arms race; and the little-known story of the US cowboys who drilled Britain's secret World War II oil wells.
Carnegie Mellon University scientists come up with a technique that automatically makes communication better mannered, thank you very much.
That doesn't guarantee it would roll out this year, or any time soon, for that matter.
The reality is that US and China efforts to develop AI are entwined, even if the tensions of coronavirus and trade disagreements may spur a separation.
In a massive warehouse in New Jersey, Bowery Farming is trying to change the future of agriculture (all while using 90% less water).