Software will alert medics to early signs of illness, but some critics argue that too much data is being shared.
The cornerstone of modern construction, cement accounts for a large chunk of our carbon emissions, but once it’s put to use it does something underappreciated.
A new book on Hewlett-Packard’s management history offers cautionary tales for today’s leading tech companies.
Online sales are grabbing a bigger piece of holiday shopping, and retailers aren’t waiting until Cyber Monday to offer big deals.
Google researchers trained an algorithm to recognize a common form of eye disease as well as many experts can.
The Aquila drone’s maiden voyage ended with a splat, not long before the company’s satellite went up in flames.
Demand for the fuel rose dramatically in the last 25 years—but forecasts claim that electric vehicles are about to force a worldwide decline.
The effort aimed at identifying criminals from their mugshots raises serious ethical issues about how we should use artificial intelligence.
Patrick Soon-Shiong hasn’t been shy about hyping his efforts to “win the war on cancer.”
Privacy advocates and legal scholars are worried about the consequences of making it easier for investigators to obtain warrants for devices they don’t have in custody.