The leader of the National Security Agency's hackers says that putting industrial control systems online has made America less secure.
Spotify relies heavily on algorithms to offer its listeners interesting music. Today the company decided to see what happens when a human comedian gives it a try.
How Marvin Minsky, a pioneer of artificial intelligence who died on Sunday, still influences the field today.
Carmakers are already struggling to make regular cars secure against hacks—self-driving technology will bring new problems, says a leading researcher.
Personal tech and presidential security don’t play well together. So the most powerful man in the world almost certainly carries around a bunch of lame gadgets.
Google achieves one of the long-standing “grand challenges” of AI by building a computer that can beat expert players at the board game Go.
Two startups aim to make carbon-fiber parts more affordable by reinventing how they are made.
The TCP standard at the heart of the Internet dates from 1974. A proposed replacement could make our connections much faster.
Software that detects when Twitter users are being sarcastic could help computers gain a sense of humor.
David Bowie’s death produced an outpouring of grief around the Internet, and some people question its sincerity. But that’s what we do now. We grieve online as much as we do in person.