Ingesting a heap of drug data allows a machine-learning system to suggest alternatives humans hadn’t tried yet.
A plan to price policies based on likes and language has been blocked by the social network.
A new task force of industry experts wants to help home-grown semiconductor companies square up to their overseas challengers.
Copyright exemptions make it legal to tinker with our own digital toys, and security researchers will be first to take advantage.
First impressions count, but they’re notoriously subjective. Now computers have learned to make snap judgments just like humans do.
A data-based assessment of online sentiments and articles on the U.S. presidential debates reveals deep divisions among voters—and indicates that negative news about the candidates has done little to change many voters’ minds.
Laying off workers and putting expansion plans on ice, Google Fiber looks to be headed for a wireless future.
Internal documents suggest the company charges investigators to use a tool that mines its customers’ metadata.
The Obama administration has been touting a decrease in commercial espionage, but the reality for corporate America may be more complicated.
Government leaders who turn off the Internet as a means of censorship are shooting their economies in the foot.