EmTech 2015, MIT Technology Review's annual conference, focused on the future of technology and what we can expect in the coming years.
It's a common theme of science fiction, robots rise up and take over earth, leaving humans as subservient slaves to their emotionless computer chip brains. But a recent report from Forrester suggests a very different future for robots at work.
Computer scientists say fears shouldn't stunt research, but talk should go on now to make advances in artificial intelligence safer.
Joseph Landes, General Manager, Developer, and Platform Evangelist, Microsoft, explains how Azure enables customers to extend their on-premise investments into the public cloud and choose between infrastructure and platform services.
Consumer drones can both threaten the military and be used by them
Toyota is working on a 4-inch-tall robot that could gesture, read your mood and talk to you while you drive
The test flight took five minutes and carried a letter and a T-shirt
It is stigmatizing much-needed research on autonomous robots that will be central to increasing economic productivity and quality of life