From ferrying people along canals to tracking ocean life, autonomous vessels are spreading far and wide.
It’s not safe to connect our voting infrastructure to the Internet, but some election boards are doing it anyway.
An unarmed, unmanned aircraft that shines bright lights and broadcasts warning messages is intended to be cheaper than human guards.
Tech companies and Internet policy experts urge Congress not to give in to erroneous arguments about Internet oversight.
During a political rally in Moscow, police reportedly tried to cuff a very unusual suspect.
After unveiling its “Tesla fighter” last week, the company has now made a bold promise focused on using more renewable energy. Sound familiar?
They may not be particularly useful yet, but they’re being created faster than apps were in their heyday.
This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
Mapping the 3-D network structure of a fly’s brain is a major step forward. But it took 1,700 person-hours to complete, meaning that human labor will be a significant bottleneck for future advances.
Bombs, bullets, and online ads—the tools of modern warfare.