Machines are now almost as good as humans at object recognition, and the turning point occurred in 2012, say computer scientists.
The latest in autonomous farming is a robot that weaves between corn stalks, applying fertilizer as it goes.
Datacoup will pay for your online data, then use it to provide insights on consumer behavior.
Tablets and laptops coming later this year will be able to constantly listen for voice commands thanks to new chips from Intel.
A new way to track heart and breathing data, demonstrated with Google Glass, could heighten interest in wearable sensors.
It's always been hard to capture 3-D virtual models of complex shapes. Not anymore.
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Collaborative software development can be hugely successful or fail spectacularly. An analysis of the metadata associated with these projects is teasing apart the difference.
Biometrics researchers are using off-the-shelf fingerprint sensors and new software to track vaccination records of young children in Africa.
Google's crack at a quantum computer is a bid to change computing forever.