TR takes a look behind the scenes at Wolfram's development lab as Google launches a similar effort of its own.
Nobody has automated the process of diagnosing epilepsy from ordinary EEG data--until now.
How can the cosmos have the entropy we see today if the temperature was almost exactly the same everywhere after the Big Bang? The answer may lie in our "cosmic telephone number".
Google's operating system will soon arrive on more phones and even netbooks.
Carpet cloaks make practical cloaking at visible wavelengths possible for the first time.
IBM sees the game show as the next big test for artificial intelligence.
A system lets users manage a team of robots through cloud computing.
Science has long used the singular genius model. Is this interfering with translating bio-research into something useful?
If you're a grandmaster, the way you play chess may reveal your identity.
A version of the Turing Test now running in Second Life could one day prove that humanity is truly intelligent.