A 2001 essay warned advocates of free expression not to delude themselves into thinking the Internet can never be controlled.
We should think sensibly about nuclear energy’s risks.
It is difficult to protect your privacy even if you know how.
It’s too easy to be led astray by the lure of big data.
Creating artificial intelligence turns out to be far more challenging than anyone expected. But the new Center for Brains, Minds, and Machines is ready to try again. This time, computer scientists, biologists, and neuroscientists will be tackling the problem together.
In his self-assembly lab, Skylar Tibbits, SM ’10, is testing the boundaries of what he calls 4-D printing.
Robert Lustig ’77 sees fructose— not fat—as the main villain in our diet.
Satellite engineer secures smartphones for soldiers.
Facebook’s mobile man.
Documentary on employee-owned businesses shines at film festivals.