Craig S. Smith is a former correspondent and executive at The New York Times.
Many of us already live with artificial intelligence now, but researchers say interactions with the technology will become increasingly personalized.
By Craig S. Smith
A wave of venture capitalists is heading to quieter, less-expensive locales, where they are helping fund start-ups.
The pattern-recognizing power of machine learning is affecting players, teams, sports medicine and even betting.
Scientists are exploring approaches that would help machines develop their own sort of common sense.
One of the top allergists of the 20th century, Dr. Frankland, who died of the coronavirus, helped legions of hay fever sneezers by publicizing pollen counts. Among his patients was Saddam Hussein.
Artificial intelligence is starting to take over repetitive tasks in classrooms, like grading, and is optimizing coursework and revolutionizing the preparation for college entrance exams.
Three women with extensive experience in A.I. spoke on the topic and how to confront it.
Dawn Song, an expert in computer security and trustworthy artificial intelligence, is working on making that vision a reality.
Machine-learning systems could be a boon to medicine. But they also can be hacked to mislead, researchers are discovering.
By Cade Metz and Craig S. Smith
Researchers can now send secret audio instructions undetectable to the human ear to Apple’s Siri, Amazon’s Alexa and Google’s Assistant.