The past year saw progress in developing hardware and software capable of human feats of intelligence.
From Facebook’s purchase of WhatsApp to the possibility of peak coal in China, the numbers told the tale.
Health-care organizations often store medical records and other information insecurely.
Singapore plans to let anyone test driverless cars in one of its busy neighborhoods in 2015.
Humans and software see some images differently, pointing out shortcomings of recent breakthroughs in machine learning.
A variety of new digital filters will make a photograph look vintage. The inauthenticity of the effect is irrelevant: it’s enough to evoke an audience’s sense of the past.
What do the latest technologies to flop, fizzle, and flame out tell us about innovation?
A prototype app called Contax analyzes communication patterns to figure out who matters to you most.
A new kind of computer memory could help make more capable computer chips that function more like biological brains, say IBM researchers.