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“AI is not sentient … it’s just another piece of technology”: Hudson-Powell on creating an identity for Graphcore

Pentagram partners Luke Powell and Jody Hudson-Powell have created an identity system inspired by machine learning for Graphcore – a UK and US-based company that makes processing units for AI applications. The system avoids techy cliches and instead features a dynamic typeface, a shape generator and some colourful illustrations that aim to make AI seem more accessible

What if Amazon did housing?

They help us shop eat, work and travel, but what if tech brands also ran our homes? Would you trade your data for a homelife where your every need was taken care of?

The impact of tech on creative people

Everyone’s talking about how to harness tech for creative work but what about the impact of tech on creative people themselves? Jamshid Alamuti of the Berlin School considers the future

Bot chat – how writers are helping machines to talk

Following his recent CR article on copywriting and social media, we talk to Nick Asbury about writing, technology and @botconference, his Twitter bot that posts live updates from a non-existent conference – and poses questions about how language works in the process

These Honda concept vehicles are super fun

Honda has laid out its future vision for autonomous driving technology in a series of seven concept vehicles, which include charming innovations such an automobile for climbing mountains that can sprout legs, and the ‘road tripper’ which features large glass panels allowing passengers to enjoy a panoramic view as they travel…

The future of car design, according to Ford

Speaking at the Salone del Mobile in Milan earlier this week, Ford director of design Joel Piaskowski predicted a future for cars featuring 3D printing, car sharing, and autonomous vehicles…

Robots to take over Trafalgar Square

Eight industrial robots, on loan from Audi’s production line, will feature in Outrace, a major installation for this year’s London Design Festival