Special Issue | 17 July 2015Artificial Intelligence

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17 July 2015 | Introduction

Rise of the machines

Editors provide an introduction to Science's special section on the Rise of the Machines.

17 July 2015 | Policy Forum

Data, privacy, and the greater good

Protecting privacy when machines infer sensitive insights from seemingly non-sensitive data.
17 July 2015 | Review

Machine learning: Trends, perspectives, and prospects

Drivers of progress of machine learning, its recent advances, and future challenges are reviewed.
17 July 2015 | Review

Advances in natural language processing

Applications such as machine translation, spoken dialogue systems, and sentiment analysis of social media are reviewed.
17 July 2015 | Review

Economic reasoning and artificial intelligence

Artificial agents behave rationally, free from the biases and heuristics that computationally limited humans exhibit.
17 July 2015 | Review

Computational rationality: A converging paradigm for intelligence in brains, minds, and machine

Machines and minds make decisions in a finite amount of time and on the basis of uncertain information.
17 July 2015 | Books et al

Virtual love

A young programmer falls for a humanoid robot, but is the feeling mutual?
17 July 2015 | News

The synthetic therapist

Some people prefer to bare their souls to computers rather than to fellow humans.
17 July 2015 | News

Fears of an AI pioneer

Stuart Russell argues that AI is as dangerous as nuclear weapons.

17 July 2015 | News

Which movies get artificial intelligence right?

Science consults the experts to grade AI in Hollywood.

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17 July 2015 | News

QUIZ: AI in the movies

See if you can correctly guess these AI movies!

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