This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
This dispatch from a recent MIT Enterprise Forum bootcamp introduces leading European startups and shares expert advice.
Google’s skunkworks made a path-breaking phone whose hardware was customizable, but it never got off the ground.
Federal rules could lay out how cars decide whom to protect or harm in a crash.
A new online MIT Professional Education course, Data Science: Data to Insights, explores how organizations can convert avalanches of data into meaningful business decisions.
NASA’s computer model predicts that the exoplanet Proxima b will appear as a pale purple dot when it is imaged for the first time.
Illegal robocalls that try to scam you out of money are flourishing. Can the phone companies figure out how to stop them?
A breakthrough with tiny thrusters blasted this entrepreneur into the small satellite industry.
Researchers at the company could unveil a quantum computer that is superior to conventional computers by the end of next year.
Artificial intelligence will transform just about everything, but technologists should stop fretting that it’s going to destroy the world like Skynet.