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Re/Code's Mark Bergen and Barings' James Ross discuss the future of artificial intelligence.
Researchers at New Zealand's University of Auckland have created a highly complex computer program to imitate the neurological processes of a human brain.
CNBC is at Watsons' Global headquarters, where IBM is trying to redefine the relationship between man and machine.
Mathematician Alan Turing's efforts at Bletchley Park are largely credited with changing the power balance of the war.
As computers take over defense, its an industry in a tailspin. CNBC reports.
Motorola Solutions "Intelligent Data Portal" is one of the most wanted devices at this year's Critical Comms World, Spain.
The defense industry is continuing to expand. But as for which contractors will dominate - as new players like Google come online - that's still very much in the air.
DARPA, the U.S. military's research department, has been conducting a competition to develop the most advanced Military Robot on the planet. Now the results are in.
Thane Richard, COO of Outernet, talks about his plans to bring wireless information to the least-connected parts of the world.
CNBC takes a look at the businesses looking to cash in on mobile technology.
"Internet.org" was aimed at providing free web services to developing countries. Since launching however, it hasn't received great reviews.
CNBC looks into "mesh networking"; a technology being embraced by anyone from festival goers to big tech corporations.
Driven by the success of 4G, companies are now competing to create their own version of 5G, says Sebastian Anthony, senior editor at ARS TECHNICA.
CNBC talks to Google about the project that's bringing the Internet to the unconnected world via balloons.
Rahi Tavasoli, head of the 5G innovation centre at the University of Surrey, explains what 5G could mean for human connectivity.
Nokia Network's head of research, Lauri Oksanen, talks about the divisions push to join the 5G race.
CNBC heads to Venice to learn about a project that helps virtually recreate historical cities.
Companies like Google and Microsoft are working to bring augmented reality to the everyday consumer.
U.K. aerospace and defence firm BAE Systems shows off its next generation flight simulator, which is run with virtual reality technology.
CNBC visits the Bristol Interaction and Graphics in Britain, which is exploring the possibilities of a virtual future.