Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.
A major technological shift is needed in the next few years if computer chips are to keep improving.
The tiny country has announced its enthusiasm for getting into the off-world resource-extraction business. Trouble is, that business doesn’t exist yet.
Software that can read medical images and written health records could help radiologists work faster and more accurately.
Using cutting-edge imaging to study the inner workings of our brains could lead to more powerful and useful machine-learning algorithms.
A study of the social networks between political donors suggests a new and fairer way of increasing campaign donations.
Some hedge funds boast that AI algorithms make their trading decisions—but these systems might be more conventional than they seem.
Researchers look at how the speakers and microphones already built into gadgets can be used for wireless sensing.
Mechanical engineers have developed a new helmet design that tackles a key contributor to brain injury.
The National Security Agency is worried that quantum computers will neutralize our best encryption – but doesn’t yet know what to do about that problem.