The implications of pervasive or ubiquitous computing are still only beginning to be apparent.
Nobel laureate Robert Shiller sees economic benefits to today’s technology-driven economy, but worries that automation poses “the challenge of our time.”
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week.
A roundup of some of the most interesting stories about mobile technology from other sites, collected by Rachel Metz, MIT Technology Review’s senior editor for mobile.
An ultrathin, inexpensive wearable patch can give doctors detailed information about crucial markers of health.
Researchers have figured out how to use a 3-D printer to make plastic hair of varying thicknesses for things like toys and brushes.
A roundup of the best stories on energy from other sites, collected by Richard Martin, MIT Technology Review’s energy editor.
Another chance to catch the most interesting and important articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.
Architects are toying with exotic new materials that can be poured into place and yet form complex structures
A 1968 story from our archives takes a look at the early work in artificial intelligence by Marvin Minsky.