Mental health researchers wonder if the social network’s intervention techniques will be effective.
Drug failures may be telling us that we don’t know what causes Alzheimer’s disease.
We are now in the early stages of the next technological revolution: the development of a ubiquitous wireless network that will marry data collection and computation with billions of devices. This will provide us with unprecedented insights and abilities that will change what we do and how we do it. This network is called 5G
Korea’s Snow is more popular than Snapchat in China, Japan, and Korea, and wants to be big in the West, too.
Sexual discrimination, explosive lawsuits, and an aggressive CEO all need to be tamed if the company wants to maintain its success.
Startup Cobalt gives bots a warm and fuzzy look to help humans feel more comfortable around them.
At what may be the agency’s final summit, speakers and attendees argue that federal support for energy research is critical for job creation.
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An unfavorable Trump budget and promises of “aggressive” regulation rollbacks could leave the agency a shadow of its former self.
The company isn’t known for meeting its own deadlines, and there’s a lot of testing yet to be done.