Throughout history, communications have mainly been ephemeral. We need to be sure we can preserve that freedom.
Cyberattacks are a fact of life across the world, as intruders breach more and more organizations each day. Why are we so vulnerable? And what can we do to make our systems more secure?
The rapidly increasing number of interconnected devices and systems today brings both benefits and concerns. In this column and a new MIT Professional Education class, the head of MIT’s open and digital learning efforts discusses how to successfully navigate the IoT.
A law professor who backs Apple in its case against the FBI says it would be dangerous for the company to win on First Amendment grounds.
Developers expect the system, which is now commercially available in Europe, to become available in North America sometime this year.
People have learned to pool their knowledge. We need to help machines do the same.
Why a new messaging platform can’t solve our productivity problems.
Having your genome sequenced doesn’t always mean you have full access to the data.
Join us in San Francisco this May as we explore how artificial intelligence is changing business and redefining the way we work.
The mosquito spreading Zika doesn’t belong in our environment. Soon we may be able to eradicate it with new technology.