Wednesday, 17 August , 2022

AI

Google sacks senior software engineer Blake Lemoine after claiming its AI...

Jul 23, 2022 Google has sacked a senior software engineer after he claimed the company's AI chatbot is a "sentient" being. The search engine's parent company...

Preparing for War

The US Navy's newest fleet is keeping an eye on the North Atlantic with a first-of-its-kind deployment The US Navy's 2nd Fleet surged forces to...

Chinese Perspectives on AI and Future Military Capabilities

By Ryan Fedasiuk August 2020 The world is watching how the Chinese military develops and deploys artificial intelligence—but how exactly will it apply AI? This policy...

UN fails to agree on ‘killer robot’ ban as nations pour...

December 20, 2021 Autonomous weapon systems – commonly known as killer robots – may have killed human beings for the first time ever last year,...

Two ways ahead for Europe and the former USSR | By...

By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos Today we publish the second and final part of the interview with Sergei Yurievich Glaziev (You can read the first part of...

U.S. builds new software tool to predict actions that could draw...

December 16, 2021 HONOLULU, Hawaii, Dec 15 (Reuters) - U.S. military commanders in the Pacific have built a software tool to predict how the Chinese...

Henry Kissinger’s Last Crusade: Stopping Dangerous AI

By Belinda Luscombe Nov 5, 2021 At the age of 98, former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger has a whole new area of interest: artificial...

First ‘living robots’ can now ‘spontaneously’ self-replicate, scientists say

30 Nov, 2021 Miniscule biological machines developed by scientists from the cells of frogs – commonly referred to as Xenobots – can now self-replicate, according...

After more than two centuries, Beethoven’s 10th Symphony has been completed...

By Julie Gaubert Oct 14, 2021 In 2020, Ludwig van Beethoven would have turned 250. To celebrate the composer’s genius, this year’s edition of the BeethovenFest in Bonn,...

Avec les drones et algorithmes, l’Europe construit un mur virtuel contre...

Gazeta Wyborcza (Varsovie) Οct. 11, 2021 Loin d’être plus objectifs que les gardes-frontières humains, les robots et algorithmes de plus en plus souvent utilisés dans la...