Many just don't believe that automated systems in transport and their underlying artificial intgelligence components can make our lives safer. But they do, says Olaf J. Groth from Hult Internatiional Business School.
Tobacco users struggling to quit may soon be able to share their plight with Florence, the WHO's first virtual health worker. The technology uses AI to come up with personalized advice, minus the human judgment.
The US and China are leaders in developing AI applications. But many Germans still have reservations about this technology. Now, German industry is urging greater progress, as Sabine Kinkartz reports from Berlin.
Europe wants AI to be trustworthy, to set itself apart from the USA and China. DW's Zulfikar Abbany asked computer scientist and German junior minister, Ina Schieferdecker, what that means.
How did an awkward, nerdy boy from South Africa become a world-famous American engineering entrepreneur? Elon Musk's story is a lesson in how a few simple principles, applied relentlessly, can yield amazing results.
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