Meet Cora. She's a customer service avatar designed by New Zealand company Soul Machines. But what will digital 'humans' entering the workforce mean for us all?
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China is likely to take the lead in adopting blockchain — a type of technology originally developed as a digitized public ledger for cryptocurrency transactions — in the real economy, an industry white paper says.
Carmaker Nissan plans to test self-driving taxis on Japanese roads from March next year.
London's skyline is one of the world's most famous -- from this sleek modern glamor of the Shard to St Paul's Cathedral's classic dome.
A widely used method of encrypting emails has been found to suffer from a serious vulnerability, researchers say.
Warren Buffett called Bitcoin “rat poison,” but the technology behind it is something everyone can agree on. Here are other life-changing uses you didn’t know about.
Google says it will take steps to ensure that humans are not fooled when they get called by software bots that can convincingly mimic the human voice.
On the edge of our solar system is a cold, dark region containing asteroids, comets and icy objects, called the Kuiper Belt.
Facebook has said it will block ads relating to Ireland's forthcoming referendum on abortion that do not originate from advertisers inside the country.