An algorithm might create a playlist you enjoy, but don’t mistake that for creativity.
Millions play games to de-stress, but games using biometrics could help players learn how to manage their stress outside of the game.
As cars of tomorrow get attention at the Frankfurt motor show, here’s a reminder of what vehicle-connectivity technology will mean.
A roundup of the most interesting stories from other sites, collected by the staff at MIT Technology Review.
Facebook’s virtual assistant, M, can handle more complex queries than Apple’s Siri and might one day become available to all.
Intrigued by fossils of a new humanlike species dubbed Homo naledi, researchers and students use 3-D printing to handle the bones and search for clues.
The ability to number-crunch vast amounts of words is creating a new science of linguistics.
Facebook’s “Like” buttons have been logging data on our browsing for years – now the company will start using that data to target ads.
Retailers can now use software to track one person across multiple surveillance cameras, possibly helping them improve store layouts.
Researchers dug through public records to uncover the true shape of cables at the heart of the U.S. Internet.