It was a breakneck, messy, glorious trip through the thought processes of an AI
Professor Jim Al-Khalili wants gov to take action to avoid public backlash
See clips unseen for decades through the eyes of a neural network
No new phone - but the new SoC is a beast
Assistant-powered gadget will set you back £399
It will make finding that one tricky quote a doddle
Support for other virtual assistants will come later
Upgraded 2-in-1s also pack optional 4K screens and GeForce MX150 graphics
Shoplifting has never been so expensive
The rise of the machines isn't coming any time soon
It's not all doom and gloom
Hints of such a feature lurk in the code of Facebook's Android apps
'This is what you humans call 'adverb''
Chill without the Netflix
Lack of work sets us free
And unlike the Echo Show, it'll offer native YouTube support
Becky, with the good Aire
'I'm sorry, I didn't understand, 'this petticoat is the wrong denier';
It's a bit bobbins, but it's a good start
Opinions are split between genius and Vogon
'Alexa, snoop on the West'
94 per cent of the time, it works every time
Boffins have figured out how to spot fingerprints in coders' style
For a German household to operate, does it need a cuckoo clock?
Because what could go wrong with that...
Firm takes another shot at Apple with Spotify partnership
Firm estimates it grabbed $1bn from AI-related chip sales last year
Neural network hides its intent until it finds the right victim
And it doesn't let third-party apps snoop on users either, firm tells lawmakers
Firm hopes futuristic tech will help it recover from 'sluggish' smartphone sales
It's like Stumbleupon only... well, no, it's Stumbleupon, basically
...or how curiosity can lose you your role as the head of the WI
And 37 per cent think rise of automation will make their job 'worse'
Puny humans struggle to compete in one of the nerdiest games around
Latest release lets Pi owners get to grips with Google's machine learning software
Firm will have more control over the hardware plonked in its autonomous systems
Firm wants 'entire team' focused on driverless cars
The AI learns through doing....which isn't creepy at all
It's an INQ story with sex innuendos. You know you're going to read it
Diane Greene says 'we need to be careful about how we use it'
Cast of thousands? No. Cast of one. Yes
The idea was never to make the patient worse
Create, deploy and enjoy could be a new Google strap line
'I've added a reminder for fire and brimstone to your calendar'
We bet two come along at once
Actual level of excitement may vary by +/-6dB
Redmond's cloud-first focus is paying off
AI-fuelled vehicle completed the uphill climb with a max speed of 75 mph