Software that carries out tasks by itself sounds like sci-fi, but increasingly, it's part of everyday life – from self-driving cars to intelligent homes. For now, most smart technology is still designed in the US. Germany has some catching up to do.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming increasingly prevalent in our daily lives, from medical care to self-driving vehicles. DW reports from a two-day conference on the topic taking place in Berlin.
The struggling phonemaker is staking its future on new cybersecurity software that aims to protect driverless cars. It says the tool could also have uses in the healthcare and industrial sectors.
Months after fake "celebrity porn" reared its head online, there's a bad-tech aftertaste. Clearly our sense of truth is morphing, with clever dickies using AI to fool us. So how can we trust AI to tell us what's real?
With increasing developments in artificial intelligence, fear of the unknown is growing. DW has spoken to Professor Zoubin Ghahramani who works with AI - and knows all about its pros and cons.
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