Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.
The latest data-driven campaign pitches target you based on your personality, not just your demographics. But does such profiling work?
A remarkable machine-learning trick that cleans up pixelated videos and photographs can automatically generate high-quality computer-game graphics.
Google’s “pirate” research group is now leaderless, and none of the projects it has birthed have caught on at scale.
DARPA funded the development of a new computer chip that’s hardwired to make simple mistakes but can help computers understand the world.
Big data is transforming business today. Here’s how Oracle is mining its cutting-edge strategies.
Investments in carbon capture and storage technology have largely been failures.
Yellow fever has already killed hundreds in two African countries, and health officials fear it could spread further.
New wireless technology could let mobile devices access data at speeds matching the fastest fiber-optic broadband.
Researchers used a brain-computer interface to give a man control over his paralyzed hand.