The U.S. Department of Defense founded a kind of startup in Silicon Valley to accelerate the development and acquisition of new technologies useful to the military. But will it survive President Trump?
Millions of Americans lack broadband access and computer skills. Can President Trump bring them into the digital economy?
It’s not just disease that’s dragged down the nation’s life expectancy.
Since a catastrophic explosion in September, delays have lost the company work to a European rival.
Sebastian Thrun helped stoke the hype around massive online open college courses—but has pivoted his own startup to focus on vocational training instead.
The poorest people, who might benefit most from Internet access, are often the least likely to have it.
A computer scientist who saw congressional decision-making up close in 1980 found it insufficient to the task of solving big problems.
Softbank and Foxconn both plan to broaden their American operations, and the president-elect is happy to take credit.
The popular portrayal of computers as magic boxes capable of anything has done real societal harm. Now one TV show wants to save us.
Leaders in artificial intelligence say the government should be more influential in shaping the technology’s development.