The way to prepare for a more automated future is to know how to use technologies relevant to your work, said Google's Peter Norvig.
The email that gave Russian hackers access to an Arizona registration base looked like it came from an employee, said an official.
The possibly of a homegrown terrorist is what keeps the top echelon of the FBI up at night, said deputy director Andrew McCabe.
Instagram on Tuesday launched a product designed to directly take on emerging rival Snapchat.
It's one of the more bizarre details in the lawsuit by Hyperloop One co-founder Brogan BamBrogan against the company's leaders.
By buying LinkedIn, Microsoft is showing that it wants to be the biggest provider of professional software services.
Apple's annual WWDC is usually less hyped than its higher-profile product launches, but this year's event, which starts Monday, might be an exception.
The Tesla CEO said he expects Apple to have a car by 2020, and that there's only one company whose use of AI potentially worries him.
Whether AI becomes a benefit or scourge for mankind depends ultimately on who "trains" the machines, said IBM CEO Ginni Rometty at Code Conference.