A selection of programmes pitting humans against machines
As top scientists warn of the risks of AI, should we fear super-intelligent machines?
Clive Anderson asks how the law will act when artificially intelligent robots go wrong.
Prof Noel Sharkey talks about the development of 'childcare robots'.
When all the other treatments failed to help her depression Brandy turned to technology.
Melvyn Bragg investigates artificial intelligence; can a computer imitate the human mind?
Jim Al-Khalili talks to roboticist and psychologist, Noel Sharkey.
Jon Stewart examines how scientists are trying to bridge the gap between robots and humans
How satellite technology and advances in robotics may revolutionise the future of farming.
Jim Al-Khalili talks to Maggie Boden, a world authority in the field of AI.
Matthew Sweet discovers his daughter is a robot. Should this change how he treats her?
Adam Rutherford and Francine Stock return in a new edition of the film and science special
Technology has decimated manual labour. Now it has its sights on white-collar work.
Lisa Jardine compares the computer science legacies of Alan Turing and Ada Lovelace.
Laurie Taylor hears why growth is good for all. Plus the rise of the fembot.
How the old and the young are navigating friendships through new technology today.
The University of Reading Professor explains one can fail the Turing Test.