This post was originally published on SLASHDOT.ORG rickih02 writes: In 2018, we will enter a new era of machine learning — one in which AI-generated media looks and sounds completely real. The...

This post was originally posted on TECHRADAR TECH NEWS Have you ever asked Google how a television show is or details about an upcoming event ? You’re not alone, as Google reveals the search results...

This post was originally posted on TECHRADAR TECH NEWS The Mac Pro isn’t dead. Although its last true appearance was back in late 2013, the iMac has gotten so powerful that it would have nearly deemed...

This post was originally published on SLASHDOT.ORG Slashdot reader Grady Martin writes: I disrespect people who describe their work in highfalutin terms… However, describing my own work as “programming...

This post was originally published on SLASHDOT.ORG An anonymous reader quotes Ars Technica: Bitcoin’s price set a new record on Saturday as the virtual currency rose above $19,000 for the first...

This post was originally published on SLASHDOT.ORG “The JavaScript world is richer and messier than ever,” reports this year’s annual “State of JavaScript” survey, which...

This post was originally published on SLASHDOT.ORG Long-time Slashdot reader Joosy writes, “Until 2012 the Pentagon had a program, the ‘Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program’,...

This post was originally published on SLASHDOT.ORG Long-time Slashdot reader Baron_Yam writes, “Some AI news items are amusing. This is one of those.” ProKras reports: What do you get...

This post was originally published on SLASHDOT.ORG An anonymous reader quotes Bloomberg: Google moved to strip from its news search results publications that mask their country of origin or intentionally...

This post was originally published on SLASHDOT.ORG “Our machines can very easily recognise you among at least 2 billion people in a matter of seconds,” says the chief executive and co-founder...