• There Will Always Be Lawyers
    This tin can won't be making partner anytime soon.
    There Will Always Be Lawyers

    AI can crunch the data, but good deals require wily humans. 

  • Become a Chef
    "Monsieur Botcuse, can you hold my beer, s'il vous plaît?!"
    Become a Chef

    If your menu tastes like screws, it must have been the robo-cook.

  • The Future of Decision Making?
    The Future of Decision Making?

    AI and the Limits of Common Sense

  • What is the Fourth Industrial Revolution?
    What is the Fourth Industrial Revolution?

    A convergence of technologies is swiftly transforming the world. Are you ready for its perils and opportunities?

  • Yes, But What Has AI Done for You Lately?
    Yes, But What Has AI Done for You Lately?

    You’ve heard the hype about artificial intelligence (AI) being the future. Well, the future has arrived. Many businesses currently use AI for a variety of applications and now’s the time to consider what AI can…

  • All About AI – Part 3: Robots, Robots, Robots
    All About AI – Part 3: Robots, Robots, Robots

    Sometimes you need a machine to perform actions in the physical world. And that’s what we call a robot. Robots need to be able to sense the world and to act upon it.

  • Deepfakes: Can AI Restore Trust?
    Deepfakes: Can AI Restore Trust?

    The rise of fake information and the proliferation of artificially generated narratives are challenging. Will AI help make sure the most accurate information prevails?

  • All About AI – Part 2: How Machines Learn 
    All About AI – Part 2: How Machines Learn 

    It’s fascinating to see what today’s machine learning algorithms do. They detect patterns and classify data based on the similarities they find in those patterns.  

  • AI for Survival of the Fittest?
    AI for Survival of the Fittest?

    From Charles Darwin to Elon Musk: How artificial intelligence will influence human evolution and natural selection.

  • “When You Talk to People About Fairness, the Conversation Immediately Becomes Political”
    Michael Kearns and Aaron Roth
    “When You Talk to People About Fairness, the Conversation Immediately Becomes Political”

    Computer scientists Michael Kearns and Aaron Roth research how computer programs can affect our lives. Even when written without malice, algorithms have the potential to treat people unfairly or violate their privacy. How do you…