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Computer-based employee monitoring is not bad all of the time, just when it’s dumb — which is often
Autonomous vehicles are less friendly than human delivery workers but they do not need to be paid
New rules would curb excesses while encouraging innovation with goal of a middle way between China and US policy
GCHQ director Jeremy Fleming says Britain is a ‘big animal’ in the digital world but must adapt its sovereign capabilities
Regulation will extend beyond output of company decision-making to cover what is fed into the process
Pilots will be able to fly aircraft beyond their line of sight in tests that could shake up logistics industry
Biden’s plan to spend billions on health, home care and education is good economics and politics
Computers can drive our cars and beat us at chess. What they lack is our ability to know when we don’t know
Singaporean used-car platform hopes automation will keep its workforce lean
Investment by US private equity firm strengthens its ties to Gulf emirate
The latest way to improve how call centre employees deal with tricky customers has the problem upside down
Company takes aim at Intel with new technology for use in advanced AI
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Acquisition of AI company is its second-largest acquisition to date
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‘If you look at Spotify’s top 10 most popular artists of 2020, only two are women’
For the Japanese tech group, the deal could restore some confidence that not every investment has an ultra-long horizon
Japanese company will pick up 40% stake in Norwegian warehouse automation specialist
Who gets to decide which jobs require automation?
Semiconductor manufacturers compete in race to develop machine-learning applications
Computer-generated commentary to be rolled out on thousands of mutual funds and ETFs
The psychologist on difficult parents, the dangerous seductiveness of the digital — and taking on sexism in academia
Two Nobel laureates on the ethics of AI and gene-editing, the battle over truth and the age-old rift between the ‘two cultures’