The U.N. agency's first global guidance urges governments to quickly regulate generative AI in education and research.
The U.N. agency's report last month concluded that Japan's plans were consistent with international safety standards.
But the U.N. agency says any detonation of the mines should not affect the site’s nuclear safety and security systems.
The biennial report noted the erosion of nuclear security coincides with growing nuclear security dangers and alarming increases in stockpiles of weapons-usable nuclear materials.
The U.K.'s push at the U.N. Security Council could serve as a starting point for a multilateral approach toward addressing the serious security risks posed by artificial intelligence.
Nine social robots, flanked by their creators, offered mixed responses to reporters' questions about their future role in society and how strictly they should be regulated.
Experts with the Vienna-based U.N. agency have inspected parts of the facility in recent days and weeks, but Russian occupying forces are restricting some access.
The dam’s reservoir, with about 18 million cubic meters of water, provided water for Zaporizhzhya's cooling pools.
A new organization to supervise artificial intelligence could be modeled after the U.N. atomic watchdog agency, created in response to nuclear technology.
Kyiv said Russian forces blew up the Kakhovka dam and hydroelectric power station along the Dnieper River, while Moscow blamed it on the Ukrainian military.
Humanitarian leaders say the risk of nuclear catastrophe is the highest 'since the worst moments of the Cold War.'
IAEA experts at Ukraine's Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant were closely monitoring the situation after learning the town of Enerhodar was being evacuated.
After the latest round of Russian missile strikes on Ukraine, Europe's biggest nuclear power plant is running on emergency diesel generators to prevent a major radiation catastrophe.
U.N. atomic watchdog chief Rafael Mariano Grossi said diplomatic efforts to set up the nuclear safety and security protection zone are progressing and he hopes to soon reach agreement and put the much-needed measures into place.
IAEA's director general and Ukraine’s prime minister announced the agreement for the U.N. atomic watchdog agency to establish a continuous presence of nuclear safety and security experts at all Ukrainian nuclear power plants.
The U.N. climate summit in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt gives industry and agency leaders an opportunity to champion nuclear power's possibilities.