Uber was the first company to ever experience a fatal accident with a self-driving car, and in just a few years autonomous vehicles will start flooding the market. So what went wrong with Uber's driverless car, and how do companies rebuild trust with the public?
Companies are turning their artificial intelligence networks towards cancer detection and treatment. So can AI really be used to detect cancer?
Will robots just take all our jobs? In this episode Rosanna Myers shares the story of Carbon Robotics - a company which is building industrial robots that are designed to work alongside humans.
What impact will autonomous vehicles have on our cities and how will they integrate with our existing city space?
Nell Watson from Singularity University and OpenEth.org shares her thoughts on why humans need a code of ethics for AI.
There's no more visible display of artificial intelligence than in the field of robotics, but when will we all have our own robots?