Disruptive technology platforms are only as good as the human resources they leverage.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv preprint server this week.
Motion, audio, and location data harvested from a smartphone can be analyzed to accurately predict stress or depression.
A startup says getting a robot to do things should be less about writing code and more like animal training.
If you pay a "like farm" to generate likes for your Facebook pages, what do you get?
We’ve renamed some of the story channels that organize our site.
Computerized headlights could eliminate glare from oncoming cars while improving visibility.
Tesla and Solar City say their vast manufacturing operations will make solar the cheapest source of electricity in the United States.
Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.
A new study says the population could hit 12 billion by 2100, though it doesn’t take into account the effects of climate change, food shortages, disease, or conflict.