Software that analyzes friends’ faces or knows what’s in your photos must be restricted because of privacy concerns, says Apple.
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Public companies live and die by their quarterly earnings. Author Eric Ries, calling this bad for innovation, proposes an alternative.
Improbable developed simulation technology for video games that’s turned out to be just as useful in real-world scenarios.
Microsoft’s biggest acquisition ever sheds light on CEO Satya Nadella’s vision for business-related computing services.
As this video and supporting article illustrate, Brainspace enables the meaningful combination of people and machines.
With Google and Apple preparing voice devices for the home, Amazon is teaching Alexa to listen for emotions.
Schemes for giving everyone a guaranteed income are gaining momentum in Silicon Valley and throughout Western Europe. It’s a great idea, until you look closely.
This week’s most interesting and thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
Spark Therapeutics is turning gene-therapy experiments into real drugs.