A new batch of AI-powered devices known as AI agents are all the rage in Silicon Valley. They're devices with a voice assistant that can complete real-world tasks for you.
As AI-generated deepfakes are being used to spread false information in elections in the U.S. and around the world, policymakers, tech platforms and governments are trying to catch up.
The federal agency's ruling follows concerns over how the cutting-edge technology is being used to scam people and mislead voters.
Meta will start labeling images created with leading artificial intelligence tools in the coming months, amid growing worries about the potential for AI to mislead.
Comedian George Carlin has been dead more than 15 years, but AI George Carlin is out with "new" material.
At the CES trade show in Las Vegas, the nation's largest retailer said it will expand its drone delivery to 1.8 million additional households in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area this year.
Donald Trump's onetime personal lawyer and fixer says he passed along to his attorney bogus artificial intelligence-generated legal case citations he got online before they were submitted to a judge.
Three Stanford graduate students built an AI tool that can find a location by looking at pictures. Civil rights advocates warn more advanced versions will further erode online privacy.
Israel's military says the system makes it more efficient and reduces collateral damage. Critics see a host of problems with the nation's use of AI, but other militaries will likely follow suit.
The S&P 500 has surged this year, but most of those gains are thanks to a handful companies nicknamed "The Magnificent Seven." And that's worrying Wall Street.
English Wikipedia raked in more than 84 billion views this year, according to numbers released Tuesday by the Wikimedia Foundation, the nonprofit behind the free, publicly edited online encyclopedia.
In the year since ChatGPT was released, people have been figuring out what it's good at, what it's not good at, and how AI tools will change how we live and work.
The company's non-profit board and for-profit arm have long been at odds. CEO Sam Altman's week-long ouster represents the culmination of that long-simmering tension.
The surprise development follows Altman's abrupt ouster from OpenAI by its board of directors over an apparent rift over balancing AI safety with the push to publicly release new powerful AI tools.
Nine artists including T-Pain, Demi Lovato and Charlie Puth have granted Google permission to use their singing voices for the new tool, Dream Track.