AI now and tomorrow

Honda’s East Liberty Auto Plant in Ohio, U.S.

For US autoworkers, robots are the job killers, not trade

Trump administration ducks the issue of how to prepare people for the AI era

  • Fudan University professor sees bright AI future for China

    Doctoral research is 'top class,' but fostering creativity remains a challenge

  • Help wanted -- young AI engineers in demand in Japan

    Shortage of specialists leads companies and schools to start training early

  • AI -- the fussy assistant that needs to be micromanaged

    Getting the best out of technology not as simple as it sounds

  • As AI technology advances, 'bad' robots become real

    Maintaining human control over our creations is key

  • As jobs fall to AI, can workers adapt?

    Unprecedented challenges arise as tech renders humans increasingly redundant

  • Is your job robot-ready?

    Our interactive calculator lets you find out how threatened you are

  • Robots can handle a third of our workplace tasks, study finds

    Just don't ask them to use their imaginations

  • Can human-android interaction lead to true love?

    As robots evolve, so will humanity's feelings for them

  • Ideal society or dystopian nightmare -- the pitfalls of progress

    New technology raising serious ethical questions