When humans are still cheaper than AI
The finance industry is moving quickly to use AI in new ways. But there are still times when it makes more sense to use human brainpower.
How AI is transforming Hollywood
Artificial Intelligence is transforming virtually every industry around the world, with the latest developments bringing changes to movie production. In Hollywood, one company - Deep Voodoo - is changing the way studios create visual eff...
Analysis: The 'risk of extinction' debate on AI
Hugging Face Research Scientist Sasha Luccioni joins Caroline Hyde and Ed Ludlow to discuss the warning from a group of industry leaders saying artificial intelligence may pose the risk of extinction and why she believes it is a "misdire...
Analysis: YouTube on AI and the streaming wars
YouTube Global Head of TV, Film and Sports Partnerships Lori Conkling joins Caroline Hyde and Ed Ludlow to discuss AI's impact on its business and shares her outlook for the streaming space and industry competition.
French Open banks on AI for players’ online safety
The French tennis open Roland Garros began on Sunday in Paris. But in the time of social media, how can players resist online pressure and preserve their mental health?
NVIDIA enters the AI race
Nvidia Corp. Chief Executive Officer Jensen Huang discusses the future of artificial intelligence as he unveils a new batch of products and services tied to AI at the Computex show in Taiwan.
Eating disorder helpline replaces staff with A.I
The National Eating Disorders Association said it's replacing its staff with an artificial intelligence chatbot.
Google urges EU to 'hurry up' on AI laws
EU legislators are currently negotiating the Artificial Intelligence Act, but the legislation could take up to three years to be fully applicable.
The AI-powered robot replacing security guards
The robot frees up a single human to patrol large outdoor areas that normally require significant staffing but at a lower cost, its creator says.
The robots standing in for care staff
Robots are already assisting staff in care homes and hospitals. Could they replace them altogether? The Munich Institute of Robotics has developed Garmi, a humanoid robotic assistant for the elderly.
AI startup raises $70M for humanoid robot
Figure CEO and Founder Brett Adcock joins Bloomberg to discuss how the AI robotics startup raised $70 million to help with its development of a humanoid robot that could take on a wide range of tasks traditionally performed by people.
Microsoft announces new AI features, products
CNBC's Steve Kovach joins 'Power Lunch' to report on Microsoft latest A.I. unveiling and Google's CEO remarks on the emerging technology.
Adobe launches generative fill in Photoshop
Adobe Head of Digital David Wadhwani joins Bloomberg to discuss how the company is rolling out Adobe Firefly generative artificial intelligence into the design workflow, allowing users a way to add, extend, or cut content from images usi...
What will AI's impact be on politics?
Cornell Tech Policy Institute Director Sarah Kreps joins Scarlet Fu and Alex Barinka to discuss the impact of generative AI not only on the economy, but also on democratic engagement. Plus, her thoughts on social media apps like TikTok o...
China enters the AI race
Testing of Baidu's new AI-powered chatbot has found it refuses to answer sensitive political topics relating to China, as the company prepares to release it to the public. It comes as G7 leaders in Japan have called for more standards to...
Will AI threaten the movie industry?
For some, it is an opportunity; for others, a threat to genuine creativity. Either way, the effect of artificial intelligence on the film industry is sparking debate at the Cannes Film Festival in France. Al Jazeera's Charlie Angela repo...
The phenomenon of interactive AI girlfriends
Amouranth, the globally renowned celebrity, creator, and entrepreneur, is launching a two-way audio AI companion on the prestigious Forever Voices AI platform, Forever Companion.
UK telecom to cut 55,000 jobs, replace with AI
UK telecoms company BT Group has announced plans to cut 55,000 jobs in a major overhaul and says some tasks will be undertaken by artificial intelligence.
Fast food restaurants employ Artificial Intelligence
AI will be part of your fast food ordering process this summer, and you'll have no choice but to jump in and go with it. The FOX 5 I-Team's Dana Fowle explains the new twist you'll be seeing soon in the drive-thru.
UK launches first autonomous bus fleet
Five autonomous buses will ferry up up to 10,000 passengers a week along a 22.5 km route in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Congress mulls AI regulation
Ed Ludlow discusses a congressional hearing which examined artificial intelligence, and why the EU has a leg up on the US when it comes to AI regulation.
'I'm the reason OpenAI exists': Elon Musk
Tesla and Twitter CEO Elon Musk sits down with CNBC’s David Faber for an exclusive interview from Austin, Texas, during Tesla’s annual shareholder meeting.
ChatGPT creator calls for AI regulation
ChatGPT's Sam Altman says the benefits of artificial intelligence outweigh the risks, but that AI should be regulated.
Why AI language tools make mistakes
Brandon Todd's recent test of Google's new artificial intelligence tool Bard revealed plenty of errors. It sheds light on the many concerns that may lie ahead. Dr. Gopal Gupta heads up the computer science department at UT Dallas and co-...
TSA begins testing facial recognition technology
Your next journey through airport security could feel more like a photoshoot, as the Transportation Security Administration begins rolling out facial recognition technology at airports around the country.
Europe's AI Act explained
A European Parliament committee voted to strengthen its legislative proposal as it heads toward a final vote in June. Watch a guide to understanding the ambitious plans to regulate artificial intelligence.
A.I that helps take care of your dog
John Honchariw, CEO and founder of Companion, joined Cheddar News to discuss the first innovative device solely designed to entertain, engage and have fun with your dog all day long. "What we aspire to as a company is to be a supplement ...
Drake or Fake? How AI creates viral hits
Canadian rapper Drake is one of many artists whose voice has been used for so called audio deepfakes - without his consent. Creating them is becoming easier and easier, but what are the legal and ethical implications?
Governments' race to regulate AI tools
Rapid advances in artificial intelligence such as OpenAI's ChatGPT are complicating governments' efforts to agree to laws governing the use of the technology. Here are the latest steps national and international governing bodies are taki...