Researchers demonstrate a wearable system for tracking chemicals in saliva that may correspond to fatigue and other health issues.
Making AI software take real school exams might accelerate progress toward machines with common sense.
The rocket carrying two HoloLens headsets to the International Space Station blew up in June, and NASA is planning another launch.
A debate over the future of Bitcoin seems to be getting ugly – some people say their computers are being attacked to suppress their preferred changes.
Mobile phone data reveals large-scale human activity that is otherwise hidden from view. Now one website visualizes and compares the activity in different cities.
Are stem cells at the root of common cancers? A startup named Stemcentrx thinks so.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week.
The auto maker has lured the organizer of the DARPA Robotics Challenge to lead its new AI research effort.
Another chance to catch the most interesting and important articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.