Simon Johnson, Professor, MIT Sloan School of Management on the global implications of new digital currencies.
The autonomous craft would be a cheap, disposable way to deliver medical supplies in remote areas or conflict zones.
MIT Technology Review business editor Nanette Byrnes talks with Harvard Business School professor Willy Shih, an expert in manufacturing and technology. Listen in as they discuss his extensive tour of top factories in China, the future of advanced manufacturing, and what it means for the U.S.
A new air cargo hub and logistical management of sea freight is complex, expensive—and ultimately worth it.
The makers of some of the world’s most impressive robots usually develop machines that walk—adding wheels has resulted in something fast, and frightening.
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It’s another seminal moment for machine learning, and a painful schooling for humans.
Gamalon has developed a technique that lets machines learn to recognize concepts in images or text much more efficiently.
The way we use the Internet is beginning to reveal human behavior patterns on a previously unimaginable scale.
The ability to gently grasp soft and unpredictable items will help pave the way toward fully automated grocery stores.