Despite the successes of robotic exploration, there's nothing quite like being there.
Nanosponge works on molecular level; a faster, cheaper, smaller way to make computers remember.
Better speech-based error correction for dictation tools; how to check errors in a quantum computer; machines learn to analyze brain activity.
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A notorious hacker turns security guru.
Building the planes is easy. Making them autonomous, and constructing airborne communications networks, is not.
Every year, the United States sends millions of tons of e-waste to Third World countries despite regulations designed to prevent this. The European Union, though, is pushing for more stringent guidelines.
Preaching the message of open source to the Third World, the Geekcorps is promoting libertarian sustainability for the digital age.
Hospitals across the country are examining whether video-enabled robots can help doctors extend their rounds safely and with patients' acceptance.
Once the darling only of on-the-go music lovers, iPods have become another tool of choice for radiologists who need to store, transport, and interact with digital images.