Cybersecurity spending has rarely been linked to increasing revenues or reducing costs, but that’s about to change in 2020.
In a shocking twist when it comes to the world of artificial intelligence, robots are now teaching humans how to be more humane.
We cannot stop harmful applications of deep learning and instead must focus our efforts on countering its influence.
The public and private sector are turning to AI and automation in their fight against cyber-attacks. However, this strategy must not be at people's expense.
Robots aren't replacing everyone, but a quarter of U.S. jobs will be disrupted as artificial intelligence accelerates the automation of existing work.
U.S.Army’s three-star senior futurist: "The Artificial Intelligence the military needs most is not some kind of killer robot..."
Getting ready for a new world: There are two critical issues that will affect security over the next 20 years, artificial intelligence and bio-engineering.
To combat the spread of terror-related content online, Facebook announced Thursday that it will bolster its automated and human-powered efforts to flag and take down extremists posts.